I think the veterans deserve more attention than a failed website, because the website is not very important than the veterans and their families that need insurance. This are some problems that has Obama with the website of Obamacare. All this things he is saying about the veterans are putting him in a bad place because people are thinking wrong about him. Many people might think that Obama Care is a very helpful health care for families. But they actually do not know how it works because they had have some problems with their insurance.
Dr. Molly Cooke once said, "Like auto insurance, health insurance is a service you pay for but hope you will never need. It's there for the unpredictable, unexpected and fundamentally uncontrollable problems that come up in people's lives." Everyone in America needs health insurance to ensure they can get the best medical there is without having to be responsible to pay their entire hospital bill. To ensure that every American has access to affordable health care, Barack Obama signed a law called the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care, on March 23, 2010 (Obamacarefacts.com). Obama Care was put into place to increase the quality, affordability, and availability of health care (Obamacarefacts.com).
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. Even though The United States is one of the few counties left that does not have a universal health care system, it definitely needs to be mandated so that we the people can save money as well as the government. Although, Obama Care should not be enforced, the government should mandate a universal health care system because it will give the people an affordable insurance, it helps turn an individualism economy in to a community economy, and it help with the people’s fiscal problems. Obama Care also has some faults believe it or not; this is that the Act that could increase health care costs over the short term when it starts. That's because many people will receive preventive care for the first time in their lives.
Many United States Citizens will receive medical care that they originally could not afford to receive, but not all citizens will be eligible for Medicare even with the program’s expansion. The Affordable Care Act could and will provide help to many United States citizens, but it will not perform its purpose efficiently without more thought and consideration of the act’s secondary effects. This act will prove to be both a tremendous help to those in poverty and a menace to those working in the healthcare setting.
Will the Implementation of “Obamacare” Hurt the Nation’s Economy? “President Obama made this telling claim about his signature health-care law: Americans are “Going to the able to sign up for affordable, quality health insurance at a significantly cheaper rate than what they can get right now in the individual market.” (Roy p.1) Since President Obama introduced the legislation bill of the Affordable Care Act, there has been mixed feelings, as a nation, on how it can possibly affect their lives, but more importantly, the economy that is already in chaos. It is interesting to see that even though the nation as a whole is not in favor of the Affordable Care Act, the population will still be in favor of what the Democratic party proposes for health care reform more than the Republican party They show little to no interest in health care reform. Socializing health care in the United States can have its positive and negatives depending on how they are implementing it. The way the Affordable Care Act is written at the moment will not only hurt the patient, by making them wait even longer for care and forcing them to buy health care, but it will also hurt the economy by making the nation dependent on the government and their services.
Some people still aren’t aware the ACA requires them to have coverage. Others know what’s required but haven’t purchased insurance anyway, because it’s too expensive. And it’s still not clear if Obamacare will do anything to reduce medical costs and make healthcare itself more affordable. Some analysts think the opposite could happen, with more people demanding healthcare pushing doctors’ fees and other costs up, not down. Nonetheless, the implementation of the AC
Well, it will lose 10,000 by not meeting by switching to the medical record and so on. Physicians should be aware og knowing the guidelines of the EMR and HER because they could be penalized. Each physician needs and requirements are different. It takes anywhere from 2-4 months to install these programs. There is a 6-8 month
If people were not rushed and treated with respect and dignity, more people would not have a problem paying for services. In tryin... ... middle of paper ... ...s paying into health insurance would increase jobs in the medical field. LA Times reports to the contrary “Among the questions they're asking is: If healthcare spending is rising so fast, why is healthcare job growth flat? As Austin Frakt of Boston University puts it, the data "suggest that Americans recently poured a lot more of the national economy into health care without moving the needle on the rate of growth in real, human resources (jobs) devoted to delivering care.” (LA times) So if imposing health insurance on American citizens was supposed to help with lowering cost and create an opening for more jobs why is this not the case? I feel it is because like me a lot of Americans feel we should have the freedom of choice.
The problem here is the lack of technological innovation, which will be more user friendly and encourage more insurers to be satisfied and receive the services they sign up for. If the government doesn’t fix this issue quickly, it can decrease their market power, causing people to seek insurance elsewhere. “The insurers are in “an unenviable position,” said Brett Graham, although they don’t have the responsibility or the capability to fix the system, they’re reliant on it.” The website is the main channel for people to buy insurance under the 2010 health care law” (New York Times). Due to the new healthcare law the demand for health insurance has increased, which could cause more comp... ... middle of paper ... ...n public responds to this new law. Will privately insurers convert to Healthcare.gov?
First, administrative costs are high due to poor management between the providers and the newly implemented Electronic Health Record (EHR), which could decrease wasteful services. It can also help if patients want to go to another hospital where they could easily have another physician. The EHR will slash the redundancy of these investigations. If 80% of the U.S. population used the EHR by 2019, around $21billion could be saved. President Obama said that in order to save dollars and lives, all Americans must have EHRs by 2014 (Barton, 2010).