referring to Buying clothing or auto insurance is not the same as buying health insurance, and health insurance is not the same as Health care.
I support a Free Market health care plan, not a Free Market insurance scheme.
The new Republican plan is a health insurance plan – access to health insurance – not to doctors and the delivery of health care.
Many talk show conservatives repeat the Free Market dictum ad nauseam, and rant against any government-involved system, always claiming that what the central government does, the Free Market can do better.
Free Market emphasis is an aspect of a philosophy supported by Libertarians and nouveau Conservatives called “Free Marketers.”
As it stated in The president’s health care reform and his radical budget: RIP.
The number of people receiving health insurance increased, but Obamacare as constructed proved unsustainable.
By 2018 Trump supporters will be paying more or unable to obtain insurance at affordable rates, and many will see their favorite programs gutted in the Trump budget.
Restructuring the American health care system has long been a goal of American presidents.
Among other things, it set very expensive standards of coverage and guaranteed health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions at premiums that do not reflect that risk to the insurer.
As it stated in Background The ACA, a major reform of health care in the United States, was passed during the 111th United States Congress.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The American Health Care Act of 2017, referred to by the acronym AHCA and nicknamed variously Trumpcare and Ryancare, is a proposed United States Congress bill whose initial contents were publicly released by House Republicans on March 6, 2017.
Views of experts Health care experts from across the political spectrum—on the left, right and center—agreed that the House Republican health care bill was unworkable and suffered from fatal flaws, although specific objections varied depending on ideological perspective.
Experts agreed that the bill falls far short of the goals laid forth by Trump —”Affordable coverage for everyone; lower deductibles and health care costs; better care; and zero cuts to Medicaid”—because the bill was “almost certain” to reduce overall health care coverage and increase deductibles and would phase out the Medicaid expansion.
Both healthy and the sick are required to pay the surcharge, which may cause healthier persons to remain outside of the market, causing overall health care costs to rise (see adverse selection, risk pool).
This content may collect you by Eliana Eli