President Obama's "Health Care Bill"

timer Asked: Mar 29th, 2017
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Question Description

Write a comprehensive analysis of President Obama's Health Care Bill and it's impact on:

1. The Economy

2. Health Insurance

3. The Health Insurance Industry

4. Wall Street

5. The U.S. population in general

6. ....YOU!!

Requirements: 7-10 pages minimum, typed, double spaced.

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Since time immemorial health care bills have been passed in the United States to
improve the country’s health system. Some managed to be passed into law while others
faced rejection. Health care reforms tend to propose strategies that will, in the long run,
make medical care for each citizen regardless of their social status. Those who are
usually considered in this reforms are mostly those who have less access to affordable
health care. In order to come up with effective and applicable proposals for the health
care system, research is usually conducted to come up with relevant ideas. Funds are
given out to coordinate research programs that will help in coming up with better health

Despite the effort of the United States to come up with affordable health care
programs, the country is rated as to having the highest health care cost as compared to the
population it holds. A good percentage of United States citizens had lacked health
insurance cover .proposed policies endeavored to change this through ensuring that the
number of Americans who had access to health insurance increased. The health care
system is considered as one of the most challenging sectors in the United States
government which puts the country at a disadvantage. The increase in population will
without a doubt incur cost on the budget and end up in straining the make
matters worse the number of employers who agree to provide their employees with health
insurance has drastically reduced over the years.

During president barrack Obamas term his movement introduced ‘the patient
protection and affordable care act’ the act is commonly referred to as the Obamacare or



the affordable care act. The affordable health care for America bill was passed into law in
2010. This is after passing changes in its original draft to the current act. The main goal
of the act was to ensure that all Americans get access to affordable health care. Also, it
was to ensure that the health of Americans is put first instead of profits made by
insurance companies. The act held key provisions that would bring changes in the
healthcare system of the United States. The reforms that came as result of the act were
viewed by Americans differently. Some saw it as a disadvantage while others as a
positive strategy. Insurers and middle-class families were seen as t...

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