Obama Care should not be mandatory in the United States. In today’s society, people have always thought as individuals and always wanted an individual health care system that they received themselves. Obama Care is a universal health care system that allows every person an affordable health care system. Fortunately, Obama Care will not hurt the states and put them more in to debt because Obama Care is cheaper. 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.
Health Care companies cannot also drop those who get sick and parents can put their children on the plan until they are 26 years of age. If you can’t afford health insurance, Medicaid will be expanded based on the Federal poverty level. Many issues arise from Obama C... ... middle of paper ... ...ome inequality, both associated with adverse health outcomes, are also lower. Unlike many American health insurance providers, the government groups that manage Swedish health care are non-profit entities. Their goal is to provide quality care for all citizens.
In much of the developed world healthcare is a right but in America many citizens struggle to afford it still today. Healthcare is an important part of living a healthy life and if people cannot get the care that they need, they often run into problems down the road. America needs to join the rest of the modern world in providing health services for people as a right and not a privilege. Expanding healthcare may be a more liberal view with increasing the government control but it does not have to be. The U.S. government has so much control over the system because of the subsidies that they offer to the wealthy.
Free health care means a lot, it could simplify the whole system, imagine if there were a free Healthcare in the United States, you wouldn 't have to worry about trying to find a job that provides you and your family with health insurance, and, if you 'd choose to work for a privately owned company you wouldn 't have to worry about paying your health insurance out of the pocket. But because this country is capitalist, everything is controlled by the rich people, that 's why the government can 't push the free Healthcare through, because people who have clinics, and
However, not everyone can or will realize their American Dream since space is limited at the top. The richest Americans are able to enjoy larger homes, nicer cars, and lavish vacations. These are material items, but there is something else that they are able to buy that is not material, that is the right to life. The best healthcare can be viewed as subjective, but having more money you can buy almost anything, including the best care and options that people with less resources cannot. Therefore, people at all income levels experience different levels of healthcare.
This doesn’t means that the donors will have to give up their lives but, they can and will live healthy. For example if someone is dyeing and in need of a kidney and there is no chance for that person to live unless he gets one. Legalizing selling organs will saves this person’s life because he would easily buy an organ and complete the rest of his life without and problems. But in the case of that kidney that is in need, other people could sell theirs without having and problems that would affect them. Humans have two kidneys and one kidney that wills saves other person live is going to kill this person or even hurts.
The healthcare system isn 't completely bad that would be even better if it was free. Many people have tried to convince our government that free health care is beneficial for everyone, but as we can see they 're still hasn 't been a change. Yes there has been minor adjustments within our healthcare system that is beneficial for the middle to lower class individuals but I feel like we can do much better. The reason I believe that we don 't have free healthcare is because these insurance companies are making so much profit off of the people and it 's benefiting them in the end game. There are convincing the government that if we change our ways that it 's only going to harm our community versus helpless.
The biggest concern for Americans on a universal system is everyone would be paying the same amount of taxes for health care costs and for others care essentially also. People that live unhealthy lifestyles for example, smoking or excess drinking and unhealthy eating habits would be covered if a medical condition rose from their self-induced decisions. Leaving some health conscience citizens that don’t need as much money spent on medical treatments because they stay active, healthy and make good health decisions practically paying for someone else’s medical bills. A lot of citizens find that it is unfair to be paying the same amount of taxes and don’t need the same care as someone who is unhealthy and
It is just something that everyone alive needs, so they raise the prices of procedures and care because in many cases it is a luxury. They make more money from us if they charge full price rather than tax us on it. If they taxed us rather than make us pay full price for the care then they would have to putt all the money back into the Health Care system. In some cases this can be indeed good but in hindsight it would lower many medical professionals salary and most likely decrease their benefits. 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.
But, on the other hand, sometimes people choose the only jobs that are available. These companies take advantage of that situation and aren’t required to provide health insurance. Rising insurance costs, a poorer middle class, and shifting coverage by employers is causing the problem to get worse (Beauchamp). Our country is considering moving to Universal Health Care. By doing this, everyone will have an equal share of the money being spent on keeping us safe and healthy.