While some groups benefit more than others, all americans will benefit from the new rights and protection. In all the countries health care is needed to live because its better and safer for you. If you do not have some type of health insurance ... ... middle of paper ... ...en thoe if the insurance helps you by paying half that is good because you don't have to pay all of the money. That is good because many families don’t have a lot of money to be paying a lot. But I think that it will be very helpful if also the insurance will help with the medicines of the families because how I was saying they also cost a lot they are not cheap.
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).
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.
When Obamacare, a law passed to guarantee affordable health insurance to all Americans, was put into action it received many responses, and not all of them were positive. Obamacare was portrayed to be a great healthcare initiative and many people supported it. When the law was passed, however, it was revealed that most of it was a big lie. Obamacare should be taken away due to the many problems it has and unbeneficial results it produces, such as, unaffordable health care means fewer people have jobs, the benefits described are not near as nice as they were made out to be, and it is impossible to provide insurance for everybody in the United Sates without raising taxes. With the slow economy today, jobs are already hard to find, but under
Health insurance should be more efficient with coverage and affordable costs to everyone depending on their income level. Single payer health care system need to be more affordable to everyone; moreover, it can bring down the unnecessary deaths especially due to not having health
The essential health benefits include categories like emergency benefits, prescription drug, preventive vaccination, maternity care and mental health. Prior to affordable care act the insurance did not cover all the benefits causing people to buy new health insurance for one or other additional benefit. The addition of essential health benefit in all health benefits in the insurance plans not only helps economically but it also helps to improve the health and promotes healthy living. The inclusion of benefits like the emergency and ambulatory services helps one to avoid unexpected extra medical costs caused by medical emergencies while traveling outside. As the saying goes “Prevention is better than cure- Unknown”, preventive vaccination, preventive services and maternity care allows one to have healthy living by being prepared and it also lessens the economic burden overall by preventing diseases and avoiding huge expenses for the treatment of the diseases.
Wallet biopsy will not be used anymore; wallet biopsy is fee for services for medical. Decisions about clinical would not be effected from insurances anymore. A global budget is what is going to be dealing with the expense. Hospitals would not get shut down because of unpaid bills, now that universal health care is active. “The General Accounting Office projects an administrative savings of 10 percent through the elimination of private insurance bills and administrative waste, or $150 billion in 2002.
In the 1960s the Medicare and Medicaid programs were put into place to try to help those that can’t afford health insurance. However, not everyone is eligible for those programs, so they still lack health insurance and are still susceptible to various illnesses. This is why the Affordable Care Act, or commonly known as Obamacare, was signed into law in 2010, so health insurance would be more affordable and more available to those who can’t provide it themselves. However, there has been much controversy over this policy. Some believe that the act is unfair because it could disrupt existing health care plans and it could increase costs from the new insurance standards.
The Government has been trying to reform the health care by introducing a universal health care system. A system whereby a basic health needs, can be given to people without denying and pay the cost. But their some groups that think the system is not the right for choice for the Americans." The new health care law builds on what works in our health care system. And it fixes what’s broken by making improvements in several key areas.
When you have disposable resources then the sky is the limit, where the poor have very limited options. Th... ... middle of paper ... ...never the government talks about positive rights a portion of the country will express distention, but this would be a utilitarian idea and many people would benefit from this change. Unfortunately, there is no magical switch that can be flipped to have healthcare equality in the United States overnight, but over time with a public healthcare program we can ensure that everyone is given the same basic care and continue working toward healthcare equality. Works Cited Liz, S. (n.d). Hospital inequalities widen the care gap.