Obamacare Outline

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Topic: Obamacare Health Reform
Thesis: Obamacare is beneficial despite its downfalls, being that it provides healthcare, promote health, and control cost. Possible Introduction: Obamacare is a new law to take full effect in 2014 that can provide 32 million uninsured Americans with health insurance. Insurance company’s costs will be lower and more affordable for everyone. The law sounds great, but many people believe Obamacare can cause problems with quality of service provided and many other issues. Main Point 1: Healthcare

Sub-Point 1: Access to healthcare for everyone
Sub-Point 2: Pre-existing conditions
Main Point 2: Promotes Health
Sub-Point 1: No cost preventive care
Sub-Point 2: Reformed Medicare
Main Point 3: Controls Cost
Sub-Point 1: Limits cost increase
Sub-Point 2: Tax credits
Main Point 4: Opposing point of view
Sub-Point 1: Cost may increase
Sub-Point 2: Tax for not having insurance
Possible Conclusion: Even though there are some downfalls with the new health reform, the benefits can outweigh the drawbacks. American’s will finally be healthier than before with a lower cost choice. If American’s compare the pros and cons of Obamacare people will see that the pros rule over the cons. Obamacare will be a good move for Americans. References:

The White House (2012). Retrieved from The White House website: http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform/healthcare-overview U.S. Department of Health (2012). Healthcare.gov. U.S. Department of Health Retrieved from http://www.healthcare.gov/ The Heritage Foundation. (2012, March 6). Retrieved from http://www.heritage.org/research/projects/impact-of-obamacare
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