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.
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 Affordable Care act provides low cost healthcare to the previously uninsured and guarantees continued healthcare in the case of job loss. Many people are still opposed to this act. This new system of universal healthcare will lead to improvements within the lives of American Citizens. There are many myths about universal healthcare that stop people from accepting the plan. Once the United States fully adopts the idea of universal healthcare, it can eliminate the flaws within its system, which will yield a happier and healthier population.
The newest controversy of the affordable care act is contraception. Obamacare is trying to make it a mandate that companies supply their customers with some form of birth control. Hobby lobby a family run company spoke out against Obamacare saying that it violates religious freedoms and takes away religious beliefs (high court ... ... middle of paper ... ...ing hiring more part time workers than full time workers. They want to do this in order to reduce the number of benefits to give out. Because of some of these events the economy has suffered or will suffer.
The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Obamacare; but, at the same time, it ruled that under the new health law the Federal government can’t withhold funding to states that decline to participate in the expansion of Medicaid. As a result, the expansion of Medicaid, a Federal-state program that provides health care for over 60 million low-income Americans, is now considered optional. The consequences of this decision are significant. Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion would have covered nearly half of America’s uninsured citizens, and this will now leave many of the nation’s poorest without health insurance. But the Supreme Court’s action hurts more than the less fortunate among us.
Quite simply, Obamacare is wrong and will not work. The idea that the fortunate, once again, bail out the unfortunate is hard to swallow. The poor who could not afford health care did not go to the doctor prior to having insurance, now, with Obamacare, those same people will go to the doctor more often and possibly abuse the system, costing money. In order for health care to be affordable for all people the insurance will have to restrict and offer less coverage. The main reason to not support the Affordable Healthcare Act is that insurance has become a “right, not a privilege” (Rak & Coffin, 2012).
The reported story mainly focused on the fact that many consumers who are pleased with their health care insurance won't be able to keep them. The one hundred and twenty one pages containing the new rules regarding health care insurances under the Obama care were cited. Parts of Obama’s speech regarding the Obama care were showed; his promise on people keeping their old health care insurances was highlighted. The commentator used accurate and specific words. The impact of these new rules on small companies were also discussed emphasizing how small companies won't be able to shop for better health care deals without breaking some of this new rules or perhaps they won't be able to offer a health care insurance to their workers at all.
“From the very beginning…. Obama’s message was not that the law would result in higher premiums, but better coverage. It was that the law would lower premiums, end of story” (Roy). Yet another promise has found itself broken after the ACA came into the sunlight of reality. “His $1 trillion in tax increases [hit] the middle class hard…” Mitt Romney said, “… in the health care system I envision, costs will be brought under control not because a board of bureaucrats decrees it but because everyone- providers, insurers, and patients –has incentives to do it” Unfortunately, that isn’t how it is.
The charge of Obama care would dump 60 million workers into the laws state and federal insurance exchanges which lead to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With the economy down, the ACA is far from being aff... ... middle of paper ... ...r the following year .According to Forbes , the government will spend $ 2 trillion to expand the traditional insurance coverage to about 30 million uninsured .The government for its part says that by repricing program for the insurance market , the Affordable Care Act has already saved consumers approximately one billion dollars. The disturbance of knowing that you are a hardworker and not getting proper health benefits is a big issue. You never know when something is going to happen to you or even family memebers. Not having health insurance is a scary thing and people who are working and paying taxes should be able to be under a universal coverage.