Obama Care also known as the Affordable Care Act signed in by president Barack Obama in 2010, This was to insure that all the Americans will have free access to medical care if they got sick and it would will help reduce the growth of healthcost spending in the country, hence in economic and stability growth among the citizens of America. Right now in the USA the ObamaCare law is a permanent part of the landscape, The USA republicans said that, despite the high court decision upholding various subsidies, the law itself remains the largest and dangerous threat to health care. Although it has its own benefits, Obamacare is increasing costs for hardworking families. Republicans argue that many people have to pay higher costs or see their former policies canceled.Which is leading to poor economy and increasing of debts and deaths within the country. Stakeholders The stakeholders of the ObamaCare include the tea party, doctors, Low income consumers, pharmaceutical companies, employers and the employees.
Consequently, the use of NSIs is also crucial with how nurses provide a high-quality patient care. In the given case, the daughter of Mr. J noticed a red, depressed area over her father 's lower spine. The NSIs
At its core socialized healthcare means that the government pays for the people’s healthcare. Countries like Canada and Denmark and the United Kingdom and Sweden guarantee healthcare as a right and have a single payer system. It is declared a human right in those countries because, as everyone would agree, healthcare is a necessity. Many also argue that the cost of health insurance is too high and people can not pay for healthcare. This is true.
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It be treated in the public hospitals and clinics that is supplied by public insurance since it lacks the least facilities that can treat any patient, consequently low, middle, and high income families shift to private insurance since it can provide the least facilities. Adding to that, private insurance can provide a plan of payment according to the patient’s salary, but each plan has its benefits and coverage. Some other private insurance have special enrollment periods. For instance, according to HealthCare.gov (2015)“ special enrollment period such as having a baby, getting married or moving to a new
The Affordable Care Act, (ACA) often referred to as Obamacare, was signed into law March 23rd, 2010 and has quickly become a nightmare to millions of citizens nationwide. While there were fortunate people who benefited from the heavily subsidized and affordable healthcare that was not readily available before ACA was passed, many more people found that their once affordable healthcare was no longer an option due to new ACA requirements (how so?). ACA was designed to extend insurance benefits to roughly 30 million uninsured Americans. The Obama administration aimed to extend Medicaid and provide federal subsidies so lower and middle-class Americans could afford to buy private insurance. This act alone forced millions of Americans out of their
Primary Health Care (PHC) is not just the first contact that people have with the formal health system (Alperstein, 2009: 7) but rather, it is an approach to health that promotes the attainment of level health to all people of different levels in society to allow them to live a socially and economically productive life. The main aim of PHC is to achieve health for all. With regards to PHC, there are six principles. The first one is equal access and equity. This means that everyone should have access to PHC regardless of whether they are rich or poor but it also means that health care should be accessible and relatable e.g.
“Health care is an essential requirement for well being” (Maruthappu). All over the world, health care is a constant concern because of the difficulty maintaining quality and affordability. In the United States, health care reform has been a huge debate topic. The purpose of health care is to satisfy the medical needs of an individual. However, this is considered a “luxury” to many, because millions of low income families cannot afford the same care as the middle or high class.
The second reform was under the Comprehensive Health Services Reform Act in which the government was held responsible for access to health services and emphasis was on primary health. Lastly, the Health Care Reform (1993) accepted the Health Card and focused on a managed care model. Today the health plan of PR relies on primary and specialty benefits and has cut out behavioral health. In 2010, Puerto Rico implemented an Integrated Health Model (Mi Salud) that incorporated PPACA and additional benefits; regrettably, this plan did not pull
To offer some suggestion and measure for improving the health services offered by the public healthcare system. Literature Review: Primary Health Care as defined by the World Health Organization in 1978 is: “Essential health care, based on practical, scientifically sound, and socially acceptable method and technology; universally accessible to all in the community through their full participation; at an affordable cost; and geared toward self-reliance and self-determination.” (WHO,