The act was supposed to help the citizens without any insurance but now it is ac... ... middle of paper ... ... on. Having to keep up with inflation and the constant spending involved in a practice may prove to be too difficult. Many practices will need to either combine and cut back on expenses, or shut down entirely. This, like mentioned before, would also lead to less options for citizens to choose from when receiving medical attention. This whole diminishing medical field is enough alone to prove that this form of universal healthcare is not an ideal option for the United States.
Obama Care is not helping our community. It is making some people poor, because Obama is making have to have health care although some people can’t afford it. Some people can afford it but don’t want it,and some people will get it because the want it. With Obama Care there is also less money for schools and education. It also makes colleges more expensive than they would be normally so most people don’t agree with Obama Care, and with Obama forcing people to pick his prefered insurance, people lose the right to chose for themselves.
Less students will want to pursue a profession in the medical field. Healthcare is going to cost America billions of dollars and people will go to the doctors for minor illnesses which will lessen the time doctors have for serious patients. First, mandatory Health Insurance is not something I agree with nor do the majority of Americans. 67% of Americans describe the US healthcare as being in a state of crisis or having major problems. Most of them believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice.
People are bound to choose the doctor they want them to examine. Medicare sometimes doesn’t cover some part of doctor’s visit as they have highly qualified doctors and people have to pay some money towards cost of these little things. The cost and expenses vary accordingly in government hospitals. Whereas private hospitals are made privately and are not run under the government’s budget. These can cost people a lot.
And the handout points out exactly this, unequal distribution wealth cause unequal medical care among the citizens of the United States. To fix this issue, there would need to be either a redistribution of wealth or companies that provide cheap low quality medical services. The former is unlikely to happen, but the trouble with the latter, is the profit motive of businesses. Doctors would be motivated administer unnecessary tests, prescriptions, etc. to make up for the low price.
Consumer Reports said (2014), US private health insurances are getting expensive because insurances dose not fully protect to citizens and people want to get premiums health insurance for their coverage. The cost of health care in the US is the highest per person in the industrialized world and growing the fastest. Last, Cooper, Taylor (1994) said, “Financial incentives encourage expensive high-tech diagnosis, treatment, and specialization; there is not enough primary care” (paragraph 8). Hospitals and doctors want to easy to cure and does not want to see many
Money is being made but not properly being distributed due to the debt of the WTO loan and interest of the WTO loan. The IMF makes loans so that countries can maintain the values of their currencies and repay foreign debt. The IMF is there to help countries in need as does the WTO; but the IMF is daunting leaders of countries from investing in healthcare. Incidentally, many poor countries provide insufficient health care, which results in increased mortality rates. IMF programs that spend less on pub... ... middle of paper ... ... due to workplace exposure to dangerous substances that creates health issues.
A consumer point of view - Why people opt for insurance Healthcare is expensive, even for the wealthy. Having insurance protects you from being poorer. Most incidences are not meant to happen but most times, people cant help it. Consumers think of health insurance that way. The unpredictability, the large impact and the infrequency encourages consumers to purchase health insurance.
In much of the developed world healthcare is a right but in America many citizens struggle to afford it still today. Healthcare is an important part of living a healthy life and if people cannot get the care that they need, they often run into problems down the road. America needs to join the rest of the modern world in providing health services for people as a right and not a privilege. Expanding healthcare may be a more liberal view with increasing the government control but it does not have to be. The U.S. government has so much control over the system because of the subsidies that they offer to the wealthy.
Because it causes overpopulation, hurts foreign economies, and spends money that could be used closer to home, United States aid is not a good thing. Although the United States is known as the "helping hand" throughout history, foreign aid is not helping as much as it is hurting other countries. These countries shouldn't be given money and food, but rather be educated as to ways they can improve themselves. Once the aid runs out they will need to fend for themselves. If we were to give them some of our technologies and educate them, we would make a bigger difference.