Affordable Care Act Analysis

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On March 23, 2010, the former President signed a law called the Affordable Health Care Act, also known to everyone as ObamaCare. The Affordable Care Act didn’t happen until January 1, 2014. The goal for the Affordable Health Care Act was: expanding coverage, hold insurance companies accountable, lower health care costs, guarantee more choices, and enhance the quality of care for all Americans.
Medicaid is a jointly funded, Federal-State health insurance program for low-income and needy people. It also covers children who are disabled and other people who are eligible to receive federally assisted income maintenance payments. There are thirty-two states and the District of Columbia that provide Medicaid to people who are eligible, also,
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In many ways the Affordable Care Act helped many people in the US. Today, Medicaid provides care for poor families with children as well as many people with severe disabilities; it also provides long term care, mostly in nursing homes, for the low income elderly. Money that is saved would go to the poor/homeless people getting preventive health care rather than ending up seeking expensive emergency room treatment after long-untreated medical conditions worsened. Our group has a better idea to solve this…show more content…
What President Trump is saying, is not set in stone. Right now the stuff President Trump is saying is all talk. He has not worked on the Affordable Health Care Act and no one knows if he is going to actually "make it better". What does President Donald Trump say he will do about the Affordable Health Care Act?
If you were to ask Donald Trump for his view on the Affordable Care Act, his instant response would be that it has got to go. He would also claim to replace it with something terrific. He has an idea that suggests he can work out a "deal" with hospitals across the nation to provide health care to the less wealthy citizens of America. Many would consider this to be a typical Trump quote, almost as if he is claiming to have a plan but has yet to considered the

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