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 Patient Protection Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is a federal statute that was signed into law by President Barak Obama on March 23, 2010. The PPACA which is commonly referred to as “Obamacare” was endorsed by lawmakers based on the objective of shifting healthcare cost from the employer to the government. The enactment of the PPACA has been viewed as unprecedented by many based on the constitutionality concerns related to healthcare reform. In order to address some of the concerns related to healthcare reform it is important to go back and view the nation’s history. Prior to the nation experiencing globalization and free trade, businesses were designed as employee based models, freely offering health care coverage to their employees as a perk to promote loyalty among other incentives within their companies.
Its goal is to provide all people with, “ affordable and flexible healthcare, while improving the healthcare of Americans.” Under this act, religious organizations would not have to pay for the contraceptives given to its employees. It would also Since then, there has been a lot of backlash against Obama and the Democrats. Katherine Sebelius, the secretary for the Health and Human services, says, “government would guarantee women's access to contraception without violating religious liberty rights.” For example, in some cases there would be a third party paying for the healthcare, so the money is not coming out of the religious groups’ pocket. Therefore, there should be no problem. If there is no third party, the White House says that the insurer would be forced to pay for the contraceptives.
(2010). Should the government provide free universal healthcare for all Americans. Retrieved from http://www.balancedpolitics.org/universal_health_car 14. Reilly, K. (2010). American Medical Association: Health reform's next challenge: Who will care for the newly insured?
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. Kentucky is commonwealth so why can’t all commonwealth states be like the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Healthcare which provides healthcare for their citizens who can’t afford it or why not just be nationwide? As is designed, Obamacare is becoming known as to assist those can’t afford healthcare. I don’t think it is right to treat individuals based on their financial stability or instability; healthcare should be a right or is it? Whether they can or not afford, the Government should provide health care for all citizens and legal immigrants.
I know that this is an insurance that is being provided through the government for the general public. I have read that President Obama never initially read the whole bill itself. I also know that people who cannot afford it, but make too much money to qualify for Medicaid are being heavily encouraged to get this insurance. Some of the common knowledge that I have found that the general public has about this subject is that some people are for Obama Care and think that it is a wonderful idea and that there are some people that are dead set against Obama Care. Younger adults, specifically college age and individuals that are in their twenties tend to be for Obama Care.
Their goal is to provide quality care for all citizens. There are also fewer, but larger hospitals with many specialized doctors in Sweden. They also provide drugs and treatments only when there is factual evidence that it is effective. People can spend money privately on unproven treatments, but the government refuses to impose their cost on taxpayers. From my point of view, I think we should have Obama Care in the U.S. because it is really beneficial to poor families.
Altogether, their refusal to pay leaves the office at a loss of money and calls for patients to pay extra in covering for the cost of the care the uninsured patient received. One office visit does not seem like too big of an expense, but multiple patients failing to pay for the care they receive adds up. Imagine the hospital bills that patients fail to pay; health services in a hospital are double, sometimes triple, in price at a hospital. It is unfair that paying patients are responsible for covering these unpaid services. Luckily, the Affordable Care Act was passed on March 23, 2010, otherwise known as Obamacare.
Therefore, to resolve this crisis in country like USA where everybody believes; Everyone is born equal, should have access to affordable health care system because if we don’t have health insurance many people will not have health insurance and the premiums will increase dramatically for the insured people. In less developed c... ... middle of paper ... ...th/chapters/htm Daschle, Tom, Scott S. Greenberger, and Jeanne M. Lambrew. Critical: what we can do about the health-care crisis. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2008. Print.