Wilmington University Week 4 the Health Care Act Paper

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Appraise the future of the Affordable Care Act. As part of your paper, please identify and discuss any major: policy factors, political factors, judicial factors, interest groups actions, and historical factors. Conclude with your analysis and prediction of the future of the ACA.

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Running Head: AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

Affordable Care Act
Student’s Name
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AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law by President Obama in 2010 as a
comprehensive health care reform. ACA is also known as Obamacare. The Act attracted divided
public and partisan opinion. Still, it was a significant milestone for the United States healthcare
system because it reduced significant amounts that average citizens paid for uncompensated care
(Patel & Rushefsky, 2015). The initial plans of the Act required every citizen to obtain health
insurance coverage. Also, for those who could not afford the cover, Obamacare offered them
financial assistance. Together with the Republicans in Congress, President Trump took over power
with threats that they would change and replace the Affordable Care Act. Therefore, this paper
will explore the Affordable Care Act factors and elements and appraise the Act's future (Patel &
Rushefsky, 2015).
There are essential policy factors covered under the Affordable Care Act that make it
operational. The first policy is the eligibility for medical insurance cover. The policy relates to
young adult coverage, where all the persons under the age of 26 years qualify for health insurance
coverage under their parent's or employers' coverage (Patel & Rushefsky, 2015). The policy is
universal in all the states regardless of the level of education or marital status. The policy intended
to do away with discrimination experienced in receiving health care services (Brodie et al. 2020).
The other policy is the expansion of Medicaid and CHIP. The implementation of the
Affordable Care Act intended to expand the coverage of the Children's Health Insurance Program
(CHIP) and Medicaid to ensure all the families in the United States are insured. Millions of families
lack healthcare insurance, while others are victims of low income thus cannot pay for health
insurance. The policy intended to expand and cover all the persons aged 65 y...


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