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.
While some groups benefit more than others, all americans will benefit from the new rights and protection. In all the countries health care is needed to live because its better and safer for you. If you do not have some type of health insurance ... ... middle of paper ... ...en thoe if the insurance helps you by paying half that is good because you don't have to pay all of the money. That is good because many families don’t have a lot of money to be paying a lot. But I think that it will be very helpful if also the insurance will help with the medicines of the families because how I was saying they also cost a lot they are not cheap.
Obama Care was put into place to increase the quality, affordability, and availability of health care (Obamacarefacts.com). Your health insurance will not be taken away if you lose your job or get hired somewhere else. Before Obama Care, you could be denied from health insurance companies due to previous health conditions or because you were a female (Obamacarefacts.com). Millions of people do not have health insurance, but as of January 1, 2014, everyone is required to have health insurance (Kaiser Permanente). Those who do not purchase health insurance will receive a tax penalty issued by the government.
Most of us will be covered by our employer, government with medicare and medicaid some of us will be buying our own and most of us might not even have coverage at all. Many Americans are already covered by their employers, they will have some advantages for example they will be paying less than what you actually pay to get check ups , They will have free preventive care for free. The biggest changes will be for those who work with b... ... middle of paper ... ...Obamacare because the law is not benefiting everybody in the U.S and in most cases it is not helping people who actually have the insurance, some people have to pay more than what they were paying before they had the ACA. I would say that if it was for every single human in the United States including immigrants i would keep it, There is no point when the immigrants including seniors,kids, need it the most, are not getting anything out of it. The people who are actually benefiting from this law are seniors who have already retired, which is good but seniors who are immigrants don’t get the same.
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.
Healthcare is a bit complicated here in the United States; operated by a managed care system. Obama’s health care reform does a number of important things offering Americans a number of new benefits, rights, and protections in regards to their healthcare and setting up a Health Insurance Marketplace where Americans can purchase Federal regulated and subsidized health insurance. Here in the United States, there are some hard working citizens that cannot afford healthcare insurance. Their jobs can offer healthcare insurance and citizen still can’t afford to pay it. Canada and the United Kingdom provide healthcare for all their citizens but there are a few countries that pay for their citizen healthcare if they are unable to afford it.
The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Obamacare; but, at the same time, it ruled that under the new health law the Federal government can’t withhold funding to states that decline to participate in the expansion of Medicaid. As a result, the expansion of Medicaid, a Federal-state program that provides health care for over 60 million low-income Americans, is now considered optional. The consequences of this decision are significant. Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion would have covered nearly half of America’s uninsured citizens, and this will now leave many of the nation’s poorest without health insurance. But the Supreme Court’s action hurts more than the less fortunate among us.
People would be able to choose taxpayer-subsidized plans or private insurance, but subsidies and cost-shifting would make the government plans ultimately have more appeal. Through government research st... ... middle of paper ... ...people will suffer the consequences of an inferior health system if the government enacts Obamas proposed healthcare system. Works Cited Coffin, Bill. "Bad Medicine." National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services 115.4 (2011): 16.
The ObamaCare, also known as the Affordable Care Act is a national health care plan aimed at reforming the American Health Care System. The main focus of ObamaCare is to provide affordable, quality health care for all Americans and reduce the growth in health care spending. The ObamaCare does a lot of things for the Americans. The ObamaCare contains over a thousand pages of reforms to the insurance industry and the health care industry in order to cut health care costs and to provide affordable health insurance to all Americans. One of the major things ObamaCare does is help individuals who currently don’t have health insurance, to get health insurance through expanding Medicaid and Medicare and offering cost assistance to Americans who cannot currently afford health care.
According to an article in “The New York Times”, insurers claim that the website for affordable healthcare is still flawed. This article greatly magnify a number of economic applications. The affordable healthcare act in itself is a rather broad topic that involves the intervention of the government to renew healthcare laws. One segment of the law requires all Americans to have some sort of insurance, which in turn effect the demand and supply of healthcare. By the government inventing a new health insurance, this causes the demand for healthcare to become more elastic.