The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has faced much criticism and support in recent years (PPACA). Its implementation, which began in 2010, resulted in significant changes in healthcare, especially with Medicare (Rosenbaum, 2011). Long-term treatment for the most disadvantaged people, such as the disabled and elderly, accounts for a…
One of the current challenges facing the American healthcare system is the repeal, modification, or substitution of the Affordable Care program widely referred to as Obamacare. Because of the high health-related costs and the increasing aging population coupled with improved life expectancy, healthcare in the United States is a critical…
One of President Donald Trump’s primary campaign pledges was the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act. Although the approach of repealing the legislation is clear, questions have been raised about whether President Trump would be able to locate a better alternative. Any big reforms that are expected to…
Affordable Care Act is the universal health care reform law introduced in March 2010, popularly known as Obamacare, which aims at making affordable health insurance more Americans available, extending the Medicaid program to include all adults living below federal poverty and promoting creative treatment approaches designed to minimize healing costs….
A dominating trend influencing party affiliations and electoral alignment has been the spread of healthcare costs in the United States. Capitalist economies encounter inequalities in the allocation of income, and health care programs need to guarantee that quality healthcare can be provided by most parts of the community. For the…