Because of some of these events the economy has suffered or will suffer. In order to fix this America needs to revise the Obamacare reform to reduce spending and not attack jobs. The Obama administration believes this is the key to future healthcare success for all Americans. Others believe that it will not work because of the increased cost, loss of benefits, and how much damage it has done to the economy. The American people need to understand the affordable care act is not the answer for the future of America.
“As states are forced to redirect a growing portion of their budgets to Medicaid, less funding will be available for other state priorities, such as education.”(Senger) Some people that are going to a college could be having problems because with Obama Care it is making colleges more expensive and where you have to pay more money. Most people have a problem with it because Obama is making us have health care. Obama is also taking away our human rights that we have as a citizen.Obama is also making us get his preferred insurance which is what takes away our rights.. It also takes away money for people like landlords. I believe that Obama Care is not helping our community, because it is making some people have less money.
Doctors provide a service, therefore, to demand doctors to provide a service to individuals who simply cannot pay is fiscally irresponsible. It is not fair for doctors to incur the risk of student loans on MED School only to be not paid when they join the workforce. Universal healthcare in America strips the motivation for doctors to provide a service for hardworking Americans who have proper health insurance. Doctors are not paid because universal health care expands health insurance to individuals who make poor life choices, become unhealthy, and cannot afford the service that the doctors provide. It is no surprise that most doctors oppose Obamacare.
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.
Those who do not purchase health insurance will receive a tax penalty issued by the government. (Medicaid) If mandatory health insurance is still too expensive for certain individuals, the government will help them financially (ProCon). This is where the controversy comes in. Many people, mostly Republicans, don’t feel that they need to pay for other peoples‘ health insurance. 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?
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.
The big issue is that Democrats believe that the bill that they pushed through Congress will help people with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes. They also believe in the long run it will benefit the United States as a whole. The Republicans however believe that the bill is destroying jobs, raising taxes, and increasing the cost of healthcare in general ("Repeal and Replace the Job-Destroying Health Care Law - A Pledge to America"). Some Alexander 2 people also believe it may hurt jobs in the medical field in the future and it may affect doctor's incomes now. On the other hand, everyone can accept that the healthcare reform law will indeed benefit people with pre-existing illnesses such as diabetes.
The affordable health-care act, much more commonly known as Obamacare was designed to provide insurance to a large amount of Americans, who would otherwise be uninsured. However it has been a major issue since being created. Americans should have their own choice on health insurance because Obamacare is failing tremendously. The cost, low quality, and the rights are just a few of the main issues with the act. For people who were happy about the law, there was a realization that they would soon be able to have health insurance and could not be rejected due to having pre-existing conditions, leaving them no longer struggling with medical bills if something unexpected were to happen.
There were constant error messages popping up from the start of the website, so users were not having much success getting signed up for the program. It has also been reported that Obama’s promise, “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it.” was false. Participators of the program stated that they had to cancel their doctor of choice and find a new doctor that was covered under the Obamacare health plan. There... ... middle of paper ... ... president of the United States, who claimed that it was wrong to involve one’s self with lobbyists (A Pattern Of Concerns | Not Fit To Be Commander in Chief 1). In conclusion, Barack Obama has not had what it takes to get the country back in the shape it needs to be in.
One belief is that the U.S. can simply not afford to cover the uninsured, even though other countries have proven this wrong (Palmer 1999). A second belief, which is mostly believed by medical professionals, is that they will lose more power than what they have already lost under corporate managed care, yet universal health care elsewhere has given the profession more power and flexibility. A third belief is that universal health care means that it is based solely on a single-tax payer system, which is completely false, as many countries operate on different systems. A fourth, erroneous belief held by many Americans is that the U.S. is simply too large to take lessons from smaller countries on health care. Lastly, a fifth reason Americans disfavor universal health care is because conservative lawmakers have poisoned their minds with the belief that it would mean lower salaries, higher taxes, longer wait times, and run-down government hospital facilities (Light 2003).