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Obamacare (Affordable Care Act)
We have all heard about Obama Care. What is Obama Care? Obama Care also known as the Affordable care Act is a nationwide health care plan that is aimed primarily to alter the American health. Obamacare primary focus is to regulate the health insurance industry create a reduction in the USA government spending on the healthcare. Does that mean all people of the United States be able to afford this health care insurance? The following paper will answer some of these important questions about Obama care and what the people of the United States can expect. Affordable Care Act is also known as the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act was undersigned into law on March 23, 2010. Many of us have been debating about health care reform for long time. Thousand or more pages of Obamacare reforms the health care industry as we know it including health care providers and health care insurance industry. The Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) is all about cutting costs related to health care and to provide affordable health insurance to all American. Close to 44 million Americans are currently without health care insurance. One of the major things Obama Care will do is help these individuals to get h health insurance through expanding Medicaid and Medicare programs and assist those Americans who cannot afford health care. Medicaid will expand and will cover over 15 million uninsured low income Americans. Affordable Care Act requires almost every American to purchase some a health insurance by the year 2014 or face financial penalties of not having a health insurance ("Obamacare Facts: Obama’s Health Care Reform", n.d).. Affordable Care Act was created as a result of the constitution because in the constitution it states that the constitutions commerce clause authorizes Congress to regulate health care, which accounts for 18% of America’s GDP, therefore the law seeks to expand the insurance coverage and lower...
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