HealthCare Reform Act
A majority of the American public does not have health insurance which ultimately limits their access to healthcare. Thus this topic has been not only a public concern but has also dominated public debate and thus politics. Many seek reforms within the health care industry yet no politician has been able to tackle this issue and provide coverage to the masses. So when health care became a forerunner in the political dialogue many actively promoted or opposed same. Supporters sought true health care reform eventually seeking affordable health care options for the masses while those that opposed argued that it would deplete either the government or the small businesses. What does the Health Care Reform Act mean to us? Wide health care accessibility will seek to broaden the population that has health care coverage either through government insurance programs or private insurance programs while decreasing the cost of same. In reality the cost of health care is so high that most cannot afford it, in fact, the health care system in the United States is the most expensive in the world, which also means that most in the Unites States cannot afford access to health care. I am for health care reform. I cannot understand why one of the most developed countries in the world cannot extend decent heath care to its citizenry. To me the question of healthcare reform is not difficult as I feel that the right to health care is a basic right which should be enjoyed by all U.S. citizens. In the long-run a healthy nation will be much more efficient than one that is filled with untreated ailments. The health care reform law will offer consumers choices in insurance coverage, will provide more information to patients, children’s pre-existing conditions will not preclude them from coverage, curb insurance cancellations, insurance companies will have to provide coverage to everyone, more competition between the insurance companies and senior citizens’...
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