The Pros And Cons Of Health Care Reform

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Hal C. Scherz, a pediatric urologist (2011) lectured over “Obamacare” is specifically talked on how unhelpful the new law for health reform really is. His view states that “the new health care law is thoroughly disingenuous, beginning with its very name: the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Unfortunately, this law accomplished neither” (para. 2). Scherz claim is very well taken into thought and explains the reasoning as to why the new reform isn’t as “cared” for as it seems. There are many reasons that would suggests as to why building healthcare for every individual in the US is a good idea, but how much is truly being given? In the article he states three main points about the new reform that can be a potential downfall: • “Not…show more content…
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. When money talks a person wants to know exactly what they are paying for. According to the health form no matter how much money comes out of pocket a person is stuck with the coverage. David Hogberg, a journalist written an article based on what the health form entailed and no matter what a person wants for coverage or how sick the individual is. “You are young and healthy and want to pay for insurance that reflects that status? You’ll have to pay for premiums that cover not only you, but also the guy who smokes three packs a day, drink a gallon of whiskey and eats chicken fat off the floor. That’s because insurance companies will no longer be able to underwrite on the basis of a person’s health status” (Hogberg, para.2,

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