What is universal health and how is it different from a one payer source-
A health care system is often both single payer and universal. Under such a system, all citizens would have health insurance (the "universal" part) and the funding for all citizens' health insurance would come from a single, usually public or quasi-public, source. This is how the health care systems in Great Britain and Canada work. Though the system is both single payer and universal, the terms mean different things: one refers to the source of funding for health care, while the other refers to the level of health care coverage.