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Topics: Health care
May 20,2014

To: Professor Sohan

From: John-Paul Mijares

Subject: Proposal to research the effects Obamacare has had on our health industry.

In 2010, the president of the United States, Barack Obama, successfully passed a new health care reform law. The Affordable Care Act “Obamacare” has dramatically changed the health industry in the past four years since its approval. The question at hand is, was it a positive or a negative change in the health care industry?

This proposal will summarize the major changes Obamacare has made in the way our health industry works. I will provide both the pros and cons of our new health care reform, and review all aspects of this controversial topic and make an educated decision.

Problem

When the government introduced Obamacare to the public they made many promises such as, “ If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor.” They also said that the cost of health insurance would go down, and that there would be no tax increases. Finally, Obamacare also promised to protect Medicare. Have these promises been kept, or were these just false promises? If they are false promises, what impact have they had on our health industry?

Feasibility

By gathering research information, I plan to present both sides of this ongoing debate. I will first present the opinions and ideas of those who believe Obamacare has had a positive impact on our health care industry and then that of those who disagree.

Topics to Investigate

My report will discuss some of the major changes Obamacare has caused within the healthcare industry.

What is Obamacare?

How has Obamacare changed our insurance companies?

What effect has Obamacare had on patients?

Does Obamacare benefit one social class over another?

Has Obamacare made health insurance more accessible to everyone?

Audiences

My audience for this report will be Professor Sohan. Although his political preferences are unknown, this topic will still be



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