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A nation full of sick people
A nation full of sick people cannot be able to prosper this is because sick people cannot be able to do attend to their daily activities as required of them or efficiently. Healthy persons are able to perform to the maximum and make sound decisions, with that in mind most governments in the world are striving to make health care available to all their citizens. One such country is the United States of America.
Health care is the maintaining and the bringing back to good health through treatment of diseases or by use of preventive measures to avert spread of a disease by qualified and licensed medicalpersonnel. The medical personnel include doctors, nurses, midwives, dentists, psychiatrists, and other public health workers.
So as to be able to help each and every citizen in the United States of America to be able to afford excellent medical attention, the country has strived to make some reforms in the health sector.Health care being a priority on the 23th of March in the year 2010 the President of the United States Barrack Hussein Obama signed an act known as the (Affordable Care Act) or commonly known as “Obamacare”.The act was meant to ensure that all Americans citizens can be able to afford medical care, even though the Act was meant for the good of all the United States citizens there were some pros and cons on the reforms (Sered, 2005).
Advantages of the reforms
The Affordable care act was able to bring some changes in the health sector such as all American citizens were able to have a health insurance if they needed it. People who are sick or have lost their jobs were still able to have their medical expenses paid by the insurance (Obama, 2008). For persons who were already suffering from various illnesses were still able to benefit from the healthcare services. The cost of health care had risen sharply so the “Obamacare” as it is commonly known will mean the American people will spend less on health care (Starr, 2011).
Introduction of the health care bill meant that the insurance firms that charged very high fees for their services had to reduce their rates .............
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