In the end, other healthcare systems are considered better because they are universal. Everyone within those countries (including tourists) have healthcare regardless of their income. Millions of people don’t have it at all in the United States. The key difference is that foreign health insurance plans exist only to pay people’s medical bills, not to make a profit. The United States is the only developed country that lets insurance companies profit from basic health coverage.
30 million people across the country will lose their health insurance including 4 million children. If the Medicaid program is cut, state and local governments will have no choice but to raise taxes on working families to make up the difference at the local level... if healthcare is to be provided at all... maybe not.