To begin with, there has been dramatic change in the healthcare system over the years. For instance Obama care has recently became an active form of private healthcare for everyone in this country that isn’t undocumented patients (GET A WEBSITE TO PUT FURTHER INFO). Unfortunately the issue that accompanies healthcare with undocumented patients that it’s a form of what is right or wrong. Plenty of clinicians consider that to refuse further care a far from primary or emergency care to undocumented patients due to financial reasons. That can come down to ethical issues that concern whether if one person deserves more care than the other (ADVOCACY).
The reported story mainly focused on the fact that many consumers who are pleased with their health care insurance won't be able to keep them. The one hundred and twenty one pages containing the new rules regarding health care insurances under the Obama care were cited. Parts of Obama’s speech regarding the Obama care were showed; his promise on people keeping their old health care insurances was highlighted. The commentator used accurate and specific words. 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.
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 American Healthcare industry is in dire need of repair. Not only is it in need or repair, the American public needs to know why and what exactly it is that needs to be repaired. Most Americans who have healthcare coverage don’t know or understand what their coverage entails. On November 8, 2009, the house passed H.R. 3962, which establishes standards for healthcare and health insurance, as well as a government-provided public option for those who can’t afford coverage.
There are many people today who do not like the idea of universal health care and refuse to get it. America is known for having the best medical physicians and people are afraid that it will change drastically if we all share one universal health care plan. Also, if the insurance were to decrease in the universal health plan then taxes should skyrocket and therefore the money that is being saved will end up being used for taxes. According to “Should the Government Provide Free Universal Healthcare for All Americans?” Joe Messerli says that “The government must pay for this somehow” (Messerli). I agree with this because the government will need the money to fund for this universal health care plan.
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).
The concept, affordable health care insurance for all, in theory sounds impressive and the practical application seems realistic. However, as the idealistic theory unfolds, the cost and the coverage are all falling or failing to deliver every aspect and causing so much controversy. The bill and Obama are rapidly dropping in popularity; initially Obama had the backing of the house and congress, which has changed drastically as well. This topic is a concern to all as everyone would like to have affordable health care insurance for their families, not just for catastrophic illness but also to cover preventative health care. Obama managed to get Congress to accept his healthcare plan by making a special rule for Congress and congressional staff to receive a special subsidy to purchase healthcare insurance on the Obama healthcare exchange, which was unavailable to other Americans of the same income level.
Healthcare in a Bundle People getting taxed on their hard earned money may be going to people who need it or to those who do not. The Healthcare reform law is not a reasonable solution for people who cannot afford or do not have private health insurance. The healthcare reform law has been the center of a heated debate for some time now within the House and the Senate. The Obama administration has been pushing healthcare reform since its beginnings in 2008 and has finally pushed the law through Congress. This was a difficult process simply because some of the members of Congress wanted the Supreme Court to judge if the healthcare law was constitutional.
According to the ABC News and Washington Post cooperative poll, 57 percent of Americans aren’t satisfied with the overall system of health care (Langer, 2009). Consequently, the issue of the Health Care Reform was born, but before analyzing the actual aspects of this reform it will be wise to brush up on those major attitudes and concerns which occupy ordinary people and how they respond to the unfolding changes in the area of health care and social security. More than half of the American population is convinced that the Health Care Reform is necessary and it must be carried out by the government. Hence, the government plays a huge role in the health care transformation as it provides the nation with the health care plans and outlines other possibilities for medical coverage like the health insurance exchange. President Obama suggests his own plan of stability and security for all Americans.
Otherwise this will be a different form of socializing medicine where beneficiaries will have very lousy insurane that is not accepted by many healthcare providers and will leave people on a long waiting lists to get any medical service. I don't beleive that I will be able in this paper to present a miracle proposal that will solve a long lasting and significantly challenging problem that left many of our policy maker gurus baffled. The purpose of this paper is to present some ideas that I believe, as a healthcare provider, will complement the Obama care plan. 1- Expanding public insurance option (Medicare) to cover people ... ... middle of paper ... ...f expensive unanticipated medical events that could impair their quality of life. This will help maintaing the work force knowing that 81% of the uninsured are from working families.