Part of the problem here is so people feel they have some sort of magical entitlement to health care. This sadly is a myth. There is no golden promissary note from heaven which says everyone has the right to see a doctor for every problem that ails them. We all don't wind up with the same cars, the same houses, the same disposable income to take vacations and buy things with. Health care is no different, its just another service, fetishing it as some sort of 'right' simply causes debates to devolve in shrill screaming about people dying in the streets which really is a myth.
This is pure bullshit and a reason why I have no more respect for libertarianism than I do for soviet communism or anarcho-primitivism.
A society that doesn't recognize healthcare as a right
is dysfunctional in the same way a society that doesn't provide free education to children or a police force equally protecting all citizens is dysfunctional.
Basically, it comes down to you being willing to let someone go without medical attention in order to have more money for a car, house or vacation.
My question is, what if you'd be on the other side?
Were you ever trough a surgery? What anasenthic did they give you?
Have you ever had to go to work with a fever?
Did you ever fear for life of someone you care about?
Do you know someone who was permanently disfigured?
Do you know someone who gone trough an abortion?
Do you know someone with mental problems? Dangerous to others?
Did you ever have allergies? Allergies that can lead to a painful death?
Did you ever use a pain-killer? How would you feel without it?
Did you ever break something? Were in a cast?
Do you have someone in your family with a serious illness like cancer or alzheimers?
Do you have kids
Imagine being in any of the above situations, not being well off and having someone tell you that you can suffer because there's no 'right' to get any help.
And that's just the moral argument. There are practical arguments for healthcare being a guaranteed right as well.
(like epidemics, desperate people breaking law, people with rare diseases gettinh shafted, hospitalization costing more than prevention and the fact that other people can bring more benefit than 'cars,houses and money for vacation')