The bill is enduring a lot of vetting and committees within the legislative process. All this does is makes the implementation of the bill extremely difficult and bureaucratic. The reforms needed in the pharmacies, doctors and other health sectors possess a big problem as the transition is hectic and difficult (Bailey, 2008). Like many other ideas to better the people as a whole within this country, Obama Care has put the cart before the horse. I am not saying that the bill will not work or that it is not needed, I just believe that more effort and thought should have gone into the proposed plan and what implications it has on all involved before trying to go live with coverage.
By adopting a pay for performance stance on impacting the preventative side of health care, a substantial savings in rising health care costs may be met. Challenges for putting into practice a pay for performance system is it is very difficult to get everyone on board with quality standards. “Quality standards are objective measures that are used to verify whether or not health care providers are offering the best high quality health care. It is difficult to predict what the effects will be of a pay for performance system”. It probably won’t have much of an effect on individual patients but eventually those patients may benefit from better health care without paying a higher price for it.
A Case against Universal Health Care MHA620: Health Policy Analyses Instructor: Robert Vega Marla K. Fresquez 08-26-13 Health care has come a long way in its innovations and medications that can help diseases. We have vaccinations that use to kill people in the earlier ages such as small box, polio we have come a long way. Unfortunately with all of these new medications and machines it has also made the cost of healthcare go up. Will insurances pay for these medications and the new technology that could possibly save your life? It may or may not depending on what kind of insurance you have and how many hoops you have to jump thru before they actually authorize the medication or give you the okay for the technology to be used on you.
Some of the things that the Affordable Care Act of 2009 wanted to address were to make it possible for every American citizen to have insurance coverage; another problem they wanted the act to address was the help reduce the soaring cost of Medicaid. The public option was to be a government supported insurance program to compete with the private insurance companies to help keep down the cost for private insurance; the reason that the public option did not pass was because
Eng 101 Medicare for All Health care reform has been and will continue to be an ongoing debate. How can the United States take care of its ailing population? How can the people of America know in their hearts that their loved ones in the future will be taken care of? How can the United States pale in comparison with European countries, in regards to health care reform? Many believe it is an individual states decision on how medical expenses be paid, however other’s belief the states should all follow the federal governments lead.
American National Government Obamacare Tracy Harris The Obama care Reformation is one of the leading controversial subject matters In the United States. The signing of the medical bill by Barrack Obama has influences and has been the topic of much controversy among employers everywhere. The position of Health care among employers strategic position as if pertain to health care insurance and premium and has many organization rethinking and going back to the table to reevaluate their health insurance plans that effect their employees (Patterson, T. (2012, July 27). The greatest fear of the Obama care is that people may lose their rights to choose their own personal physician. In the health care systems the patients relies on the system for the proper treatment, care and medicine in the long
Efforts Combined: Healthcare Powerhouse of Consolidation American consumers are finally demanding of the health industry what they have demanded of other industries for years. Better quality at a lower price. The current status of US healthcare has many systemic problems which demand immediate attention. With the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), new regulations and requirements demand more out of health provider systems. The ACA has a triple aim to usher healthcare provider systems into the future, by improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care.
With taxes at a breaking point government has little recourse but to try to hold down costs. Government cutting budget for health care sector affects every aspect. Since labour is the main component of health costs, income for health workers and professionals have been brought under tight government controls. This causes brain wash. Health professionals will migrate to other countries were they would compensate for the same services they provide. This causes shortage of labour force in health care sector which in turn causes long patient wait time.
Obama Care Tabatha Eberhart DeVry University Living in America where Health Insurance is a major concern and issue there seems to be a major debate on Obama Care. Why are so many people confused on how this coverage works? Health Insurance has been around since the beginning of time, providing coverage for people. Many people depend on their health insurance for losses from accidents, medical expenses, or disability. Prescription drug plans are a form of insurance offered through some health insurance plans.
Eventually, the consistent care would balance as the health care needs are met. Another measure of savings would be the reduction in cost for administration. The best way to control costs is to simply improve health care planning. Setting and enforcing a budget will assure the appropriate investments are made by negotiating outrageous fees for high-tech care with doctors, hospitals, and drug