Increased domestic and global competitiveness for US companies.
Increased worker productivity due to regular check-ups and earlier detection of problems.
Lower drug costs due to earlier detection, shorter recovery times, less expensive drugs.
Lower overall health care costs because people won't wait to use the emergency room, (the most expensive care available) when they can more easily and cheaply see their own physician.
Improved government efficiency - one agency will handle what is currently covered by Medicare, Medicaid, VA's hospitals and health care, some elements of Social Security, etc.
A health care system that is driven by health outcomes, rather than by gross and net profits.