I have been watching the news lately about the newest developments about the Obamacare and i am quite confused. While most people are against it, more and more people are signing up for the new service. Which one is it?
Obamacare provides affordabe healthcare for all american citizens, but the american people have complaints. The first one is that the new health plans offered come with high co-payments and deductibles. Second one is that the new plans offer a narrow choice of doctors and hospitals. From my perspective this thing is good because only the good ones stay. But is it fair?
Today CBS reported that nearly 15,000 Obamacare registrations did not reach the insurers. Considering the outburst of negative publications regarding the implementation of Obamacare we might wonder why it is that so many seem to be against Obamacare.
To me it seems like Healthcare.gov’s startup problems are being held up by the skeptics as the symbol that Obamacare is a failure.
We believe that the website’s problems are just minor setbacks on our road to better Healthcare in the U.S.
After the initial problems we predict more and more people will find the health plan that fits them best!
Lately there has been a debate between the Republicans and Democrats regarding the implementation of Obamcare.
Today i read an article about how President Barack Obama’s health law has helped economic growth by contributing to slower increases in healthcare prices and spending. Moreover, a report by the Council of Economic Adviosers said that healthcare spending grew at an estimated average of 1.3% per capita over the three years since 2010, the lowest rate on record for any three-year period.
This result has been achieved with a provision that reduces overpayments of the Medicare program for the elderly to private insurers and medical providers. Reforms that have cut the rates at which people are re-admitted to hospital have also helped.
I am really confused now why people are still against the Obamacare. I mean, isn’t it clear that the new reform has actually helped the economy and more than that, the prices have dropped so that everybody can afford good quality healthcare?
Washington (CNN) – House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said Sunday neither she nor President Barack Obama misled the American people when they said, during the run-up to the passage of Obamacare, that people could keep their health insurance plans.
Pelosi clarified their remarks, saying they only meant people could keep their plans if they had already signed up before Obama signed the bill in 2010.
Lately, we have been monitoring the news and started researching the differences between the system used by the States and the Chinese government.
How do you feel about Obamacare? Is it fair or is it, as the classic liberals would say, socialist?
Regarding the situation in China, can you spot any differences between the US and Chinese healthcare system? Please help us in this discussion and create dialogue on this issue. We welcome any new insights.