The healthcare system isn 't completely bad that would be even better if it was free. Many people have tried to convince our government that free health care is beneficial for everyone, but as we can see they 're still hasn 't been a change. Yes there has been minor adjustments within our healthcare system that is beneficial for the middle to lower class individuals but I feel like we can do much better. The reason I believe that we don 't have free healthcare is because these insurance companies are making so much profit off of the people and it 's benefiting them in the end game. There are convincing the government that if we change our ways that it 's only going to harm our community versus helpless.
In conclusion, there still needs to be a lot of work done to health care in the United States. Other nations provide universal health care to their citizens, but this would cause dilemmas in balancing two often conflicting policy goals: providing the public with equitable access to needed pharmaceuticals while controlling the costs. Universal health care probably would not work in the U.S. because our nation is so diverse and our economy is so complex. The system we have now obviously has its problems, and there is a lot of rom for improvement. HMO’s will still create problems for people and their medical bills, but they definitely should be monitored to see that their patients are receiving just treatment.
On the other hand, most Democrats state that everyone should have the right to get affordable health care no matter what (Obamacarefacts.com) The real question is... Do the benefits outweigh the costs of Obama Care? People are losing more money because... ... middle of paper ... ... surgery done. If they have no coverage, most likely they will not be able to afford any procedures or stays in the hospital. So who is left with the bill? Providers are becoming worried because as a doctor you may not know if someone has active insurance or not (Fox News).
Salsman also brings up the point that those working in the medical field are “p... ... middle of paper ... ... medical care, but in turn, taxes would most definitely go up a significant amount. For professionals, there are a couple downsides to not having health care as a right. In some cases, patients just won’t pay their medical bills either because of bankruptcy or various other reasons. If there was universal healthcare, everyone would have insurance so medical institutions would always get paid. However, since the government would control healthcare, they would control the cost of healthcare as well.
Recently President Obama has enacted new Health Care Reforms requiring everyone to have some form of insurance. Many citizens have a problem with being forced to buy insurance that is to expensive; or finding insurance policies that are affordable monthly, but the copays are too expensive to ever be able to use their policies. There is also the issue of some people do not believe in western medicine and have other practices of healing. I feel that it is unfair to make people finically or morally burdened by forcing them to buy health insurance. I know many people who would rather pay a fine than be forced into something they do not want or cannot afford.
In some ways if the Universal Health Care system was put into place it would help this county in so many different ways and we could look after other issue this country faces. All though solving this issue would hurt the medical field tremendously, cures would be slower to develop, prosthetics would not increase in efficient, and all around medical studies and developments would almost cease to happen. All because the medical field would not have enough money to support all this as with a traditional Health Care system. It would take private investors to finance the research and development or they would not have enough money to support their selves on their own “two feet” as they say. In a way this country needs a Health Care system that meets in the middle and helps the people in need of care without charging an arm and a leg, and for the medical field to have enough money to support all their future and current developments.
Its against the 1st amendment because people see it as a violation of the right of assembly. Its against the 9th amendment because there are more rights for the americans than the ones that are in the constitution. Free/Universal healthcare has been a more wanted thing for the less fortunate because it covers everything a normal person needs so they do not have to worry about losing their health care and not being able to go to the hospital. I am towards it because there are people in the world that cannot afford health care so if they can get on a computer or use a payphone and sign up. Because if someone were to get a disease and does not have health care it could spread and they just might die.
The impact of these new rules on small companies were also discussed emphasizing how small companies won't be able to shop for better health care deals without breaking some of this new rules or perhaps they won't be able to offer a health care insurance to their workers at all. Statics such as the eighty percent of small business and the sixty four percent of large business that may have to get rid of their current health care plans were mentioned. ... ... middle of paper ... ...urthermore, The Fox News impartiality made hard to distinguish whether they were given exact details or if they were magnifying the real stories and testimonies. Overall I did agree with most of the ideas present in the coverage since I feel like I might be affected by the new rules of the Obama care at some point as well. My position towards this topic might have impaired me from seeing other important details that could have been of great importance for the readers.
If it’s free nothing will happen like this. People often want to save their money and save it for something else that’s more important for them. Now it becomes a burden for them. Why does that happen to us? We didn’t have free and mandatory health care.
Obama Care should not be mandatory in the United States. In today’s society, people have always thought as individuals and always wanted an individual health care system that they received themselves. Obama Care is a universal health care system that allows every person an affordable health care system. Fortunately, Obama Care will not hurt the states and put them more in to debt because Obama Care is cheaper. Many of states believe they cannot handle the transition from a privately run insurance system to one that is done by the government, but it is one decision by the government that will save the states millions of dollars.