Health Care Debate

1428 Words6 Pages
America’s Health Care Debate Dwight D. Bennett Sr. Saint Leo University ABSTRACT The passage of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) in the United States put the issues of health care reform and health care costs back in the national spotlight. The United States Census Bureau, in addition to the Congressional Budget Office are non-partisan government departments that provide citizens of The United States ample independent data of which they may educate themselves with factual data, to assist in making informed decisions about their future. The Congressional Budget Office previously estimated that the cost of a family health insurance premium would equal the median household income by the year 2025 [ (Carmen DeNavas-Walt, 2012) ]. A slowdown in…show more content…
[ (Carmen DeNavas-Walt, 2012) ] References Bibliography Carmen DeNavas-Walt, B. D. (2012). Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2011Current Population Reports. Washington: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. CENSUS CBO. (2012, July 24). Publication 43473. Retrieved from Congressional Budget Office: Christopher Weaver, K. S. (2010, February 10). How Health Overhaul Would Affect The Uninsured. Kaiser Health News, p. 1. Colander, D. C. (2010). Macroeconomics. New York: McGraw-Hill. Ezra Klein, E. W. (2012, March 20). No, the CBO hasn't double. Retrieved from Washington Pos: Medicine, A. O. (2012, MARCH/APR). VOL. 10, NO.2, Pg 156. Retrieved from ANNALS OF FAMILY MEDICINE:
Open Document