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Our nation is heading for a serious change in ways of operating due to the passing of Obama Care. Some believe that universal health care is the answer to many people’s plights. By making health care universal, our government feels that it will allow Americans to be healthy. However, there is a price to pay for health care. Most small businesses and citizens will have to pay for insurance regardless of income, and if not paid they will face penalties.
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“ObamaCare contains many benefits, especially for low and middle income families and business” (“ObamaCare: Pros and Cons”). Many people have been having concerns on the cost of the insurance because it has raised in cost. There is a new law out there that President Barack Obama passed called ObamaCare. ObamaCare is also known to be The Affordable Care Act (ACA). The goal of this act was to make sure every American had health insurance by January 2014.
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.
Health Care companies cannot also drop those who get sick and parents can put their children on the plan until they are 26 years of age. If you can’t afford health insurance, Medicaid will be expanded based on the Federal poverty level. Many issues arise from Obama C... ... middle of paper ... ...ome inequality, both associated with adverse health outcomes, are also lower. Unlike many American health insurance providers, the government groups that manage Swedish health care are non-profit entities. Their goal is to provide quality care for all citizens.