But they actually do not know how it works because they had have some problems with their insurance. Health care reform is needed because, the price of health care are tremendous impact on a lot of families, businesses and the economies. Over the last decade americans have been spending more and more on healthcare while receiving less and less. The average of americans has a lot to gain and little to lose, while those that make more including larger firms and consequently their employees, may notice negative financial effects. While some groups benefit more than others, all americans will benefit from the new rights and protection.
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. For example I have insurance through my husband’s work, but the copays are so high we cannot afford to use it regularly. When we do go we are not treated like our time and money matter, for instance I went for severe abdominal pain, and was told I am over weight go home and lose weight and I should be fine. Why would anyone want to pay monthly for insurance rates and high copays to be treated that way? If people were not rushed and treated with respect and dignity, more people would not have a problem paying for services.
Currently H.R.3590 addresses the need for quality of care through reports and wellness programs. As outlined these wellness programs include smoking cessation, Those without insurance have the most to gain by receiving some provisions allowing for greater standard of living. Is this gain even perceptible? The logistics of the health care system determine the the cost and quality of doctors. The American health care system currently has trouble supporting those who can afford the steep health expense.
Health care is one of the biggest issue in the United State, and it is on going problem. The fact that Medical treatements are very expensive, Citizen's need a health insurance that doesn't cost a lot and covers well. The Government offers free care for elders, disable, and the under ages in households that make income bellow the poverty level, and employers cover workers with affordable cost, The rest are stuck with private cares, which have their own prices. The Government should be involved with price increasing to health care. Rising the cost of health care would effect the nation in variety ways, but it would be more punishment if it was controlled by individuals .
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).
There is an increasing debate on how citizen should be provided with free medical services. Although United State does not permit free health care services it should have free health care for all citizens. This is due to the fact that healthcare is the largest industry in United State. Due to the fact that United State is a rich country, it should have a healthcare system that provides free services such as treatment for its entire citizen. This will play a significant role, as it will stop medical bankruptcies in... ... middle of paper ... ...al for every American citizen to be entitled for free health care services.
In some ways if the Universal Health Care system was put into place it would help this county in so many different ways and we could look after other issue this country faces. All though solving this issue would hurt the medical field tremendously, cures would be slower to develop, prosthetics would not increase in efficient, and all around medical studies and developments would almost cease to happen. All because the medical field would not have enough money to support all this as with a traditional Health Care system. It would take private investors to finance the research and development or they would not have enough money to support their selves on their own “two feet” as they say. In a way this country needs a Health Care system that meets in the middle and helps the people in need of care without charging an arm and a leg, and for the medical field to have enough money to support all their future and current developments.
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.
However, there are lots of pros and cons opinions. The pros of reforming Obama Care are that more Americans have health insurance, health insurance is more affordable for many people, people with pre- existing health conditions can no longer be denied coverage, no time limits on care, more screenings are covered, lower prescription drug costs. The cons of reforming Obama Care are that many people have to pay higher premiums, you can be fined if you don’t have insurance, taxes are going up as a result of the ACA, enrolling can be complicated, businesses are cutting employee hours to avoid covering employees. I think Obama Care is good for US people. It really needs to care poor people in US.
People are living longer because there are better treatment regimens and a higher selection of medications, but the economic standing of many elderly people does not meet the needs of their daily living and their medical costs (Allender, Rector and Warner, 2014). The elderly are a vulnerable population due to a lack of resources and an increased rate of health problems. There must be no discrimination of care; no matter the age, ethnicity, gender, or socioeconomic standing every person deserves to be treated justly when it comes to their health. The term ageism is often thrown around due to the increasing population of elderly people that have a need for employment or life-saving care. Ageism is discrimination of a person based on their age.