13 feedback loops show the complexity of the challenge. Blue are balancing, red reinforcing feedback loops
Preemptive measures, a healthy lifestyle seem to be increasingly beneficial, while environmental hazards and costs of treatments are decreasingly a problem.
Interesting how beneficial a universal income might be
From a bar chart view we can click on the show-why button to see the trees and loops that explain the impact of a factor. The analysis for the factor "Research" would show, how this leads to increased costs. A guaranteed health care, however, seem to be beneficial short term as well as long term. One reason are the economies of scale, another the peaceful and productive society. But if we decrease the impact of a peaceful and productive society a guaranteed health care might be less beneficial long term.