So the government should set aside some finances for the implementation of this bill wisely and carefully by making sure that it does not drive up the taxes as the prices of goods are already high as it is. For the insurance agencies, they should include an all out and fair insurance cover which will not prejudice against the low income earners. As suggested by Blendon, R.J and Benson JM (April 2010). In their article, "Public opinion at the time of the vote on health care reform". His advice to the government and the Medicare experts are simple, they suggested that the government should look into the bill again and revise it allowing for purchases of drugs from Canada and ensuring a limitation of the malpractices and for the government to reduce the qualifying age for Medicare.
2). These statements of information make a person wonder what the president is signing the US up for. Better healthcare is needed for everyone but at what expense. In a 2010 article “Health Care Bill: What Does It Mean for You?” written by Huma Khan, he states that the healthcare bill runs $938 billion which will be paid through higher taxes for the wealthy and Medicare cuts. In the understanding it means that people will receive health care but it means a higher expense for others.
The new laws where established to protect consumers against health insurers, so no one would be denied coverage because of an illness such as: Cancer, Aids and other chronic diseases. Author Jed Graham’s article, “Obama Care’s impact on Job loss” (2013), emphasizes how the new health care reform law is causing job loss. According to Graham some law firms, school districts and hospitals throughout the United States are facing tough choices with rising insurance cost under Obama Care. Graham shows the scope of this problem by showing that, according to politicians and economist Affordable Care Acts give businesses and incentive to cut worker’s hours below the 30 hour per-week
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
It reviews the advantages and disadvantages as well as the problems and challenges associated with the bill. Obama Healthcare Bill The medical environments around the world have been up to the task of improving their scope. The countries are focused on improving the efficiency within health care; and prefer the alteration of the health care sector. This is done through
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. Consolidation of hospital systems and insurers would create larger and more effective delivery systems and satisfy each one of these important goals. Across each goal, a focus on consolidating efforts and capitalizing on the expertise of both insurers and hospital will increase access to care and ultimately increase quality and reduce costs of a system in dire need.
The life time limit is the amount of money health service providers are willing and able to pay in a life time of the patients; this is one of the basic tools of denial care. However, the effect of health care denial, the legality, whether it can be thought by institution of insurance companies, why the government
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
Despite these facts, we are far from universal coverage. The author contends that our insurance system which attempts to cover everyone by providing minimal healthcare services. The article identifies two approaches for reform of the system. The first is addresses a paradox in the system and argues that there be greater access to some of the very technologies elevating the costs of health care under the current system, namely, high technology health care services. The author states that predictive measures need to be available to all in order to improve outcomes and ultimately reduce prices.
I don’t know if it’s ethical to require someone to have health insurance, however, I think it is admirable to want every American to have health insurance. My only concern is that there will be bias decisions based on the type of coverage that you have just like it is today. Majority of Americans can afford to pay for the best insurance plan .Whereas the rich will be able to pay the best coverage therefore leaving the person with low income the inability to get the best coverage available.” The national health system reform law is expected to reduce the nation's uninsured population to what could be an all-time low. But even after the major reforms take effect starting in 2014, millions will remain without coverage, whether by choice or