Abstract It is time for our government to take a step away from war and look to meeting the needs of their own citizens. The need for health care reform is more evident than ever. The recession of America has caused many people hardship due to many lay-offs and the fact that insurance premiums have risen drastically. Many families are not receiving the health care that they require due to these circumstances. It affects not only the young, but the senior citizens as well.
In conclusion, there still needs to be a lot of work done to health care in the United States. Other nations provide universal health care to their citizens, but this would cause dilemmas in balancing two often conflicting policy goals: providing the public with equitable access to needed pharmaceuticals while controlling the costs. Universal health care probably would not work in the U.S. because our nation is so diverse and our economy is so complex. The system we have now obviously has its problems, and there is a lot of rom for improvement. HMO’s will still create problems for people and their medical bills, but they definitely should be monitored to see that their patients are receiving just treatment.
Medical bills are highly expensive, and not affordable to pay, so Every individual needs and should have health-care. Governments involvement in increasing cost of health-care have both negative and positive side, it could effect negatively towards people that have cares, and effect positively the once that need it. To compare and look how other major countries are dealing with health-care issue, you will realize that everyone has access to health-care, which is what the government wants to do. As number one country of the world, the Government should have involvement in health-care increasing cost, and protect it's citizens .
I know many people who would rather pay a fine than be forced into something they do not want or cannot afford. THIS LEADS TO THE ARGUMENT IS IT FAIR TO FORCE PEOPLE TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE. Obama care is designed to give more Americans access to affordable, quality health insurance, and to reduce the growth in health care spending in the U.S. according to (obamacarefacts.com). Is forcing citizens to sign up for health insurance really going to help them get quality health insurance or reduce health car spending? I feel that we need to fix our systems and how doctors treat people; and maybe than more people would be inclined to have health insurance and use it.
Every year a citizen that is employed or non-employed suffers from not having proper healthcare coverage. In most developed nations they have universal coverage that covers their citizens and their families. Apparently here in the U.S, healthcare is a controversial problem for our economy and even a bigger problem funding these benefits for our citizens. Now the main question that citizens are asking is "If most developed nations have universal coverage, why doesn't the wealthiest nation which is the U.S have it?" (Ponnuru)This is an issue that no one but the government can let us know what's really going on at the moment, but results are always popping up as misguided quest or funds being lost.
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.
The Health Care Expense With congress recently addressing health care, people are interested in the ramifications of this momentous disillusion. Leading proponents of this cause crusade for change without examining the consequences. This year the American public will discover the real cost of universal health care through quality, expense, responsibility, and the role of private insurance. Quality of Care Quality is an issue most are reluctant to address. Currently H.R.3590 addresses the need for quality of care through reports and wellness programs.
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.
One of the major problems in America is the need for a new health care system. The number of uninsured Americans needing medical treatment is rising. Medicare, a major part of the American health care system, is projected to go broke in 2019 according to USA Today “Congress refuses to swallow cures for ailing medicare”. A public option will bring Americans their own pursuit of happiness. I believe that with a national health care system, similar to the one in Canada and some European nations, this recession will be decease.
With an estimated 30 million Americans expected to gain health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare work force is feeling the strain. One problem that is already evident is that there is a critical shortage of health care professionals. The ACA breaks the promises of access and quality of care for all Americans by escalating the shortage and increasing the burden and stress on the health care providers. The ACA has attempted to address the shortage of health care professionals but their efforts will not produce results for years due to the training requirements. Another problem that is daunting, is the estimated 190 million hours of paperwork annually imposed on businesses in the health care industry.