What is Obama Care? What is the Health Care For America Plan?
You've heard of ObamaCare, but what is ObamaCare or the Health Care For America Plan exactly? Obama Care (also known as the Health Care for America Plan) is a national health care plan aimed at reforming the American health care system. ObamaCare's main focus is on regulating the health insurance industry and reducing spending in health care.
What is Obama Care?: Obama Care is the unofficial name for The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which was signed into law on March 23, 2010. In a more general sense Obama Care and The Health Care for America Plan or any such name is a reference to the ongoing health care reform under President Obama.
(What is ObamaCare? President Obama Portrait Public Domain by WhiteHouse.org) The Obama administration has been working on a plan for American health care reform since Barack Obama was first elected into office. (The Democratic Party has been working on health care reform much longer than that.)
ObamaCare: What is it, and What Does it Mean to American Health Care?
So what is Obamacare and what does it mean to you? There are really only a few things you need to know about President Barrack Obama's Obama Care / Health Care Plan For America.
• The Affordable Care Act contains over two thousand pages of reforms to the insurance industry and the health care industry in order to cut healthcare costs and to provide affordable health insurance to all Americans.
• There are around 44 million Americans who currently are unable to get health insurance. What ObamaCare does is help these individuals to get health insurance through expanding Medicaid and Medicare and offering assistance to Americans who cannot currently afford healthcare.
What Does ObamaCare Do?
Now that we know what ObamaCare is, it's time to find out what's in Obama's health care reform. Here are some of the most important aspects of the law:
• ObamaCare provides insurance...
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