Despite the ruling, the process of signing up for Obamacare — wading through a blur of numbers indicating various premiums, copays and deductibles — remains complex for many. Inhealth insurance mattered for the first time on U. In the days after the Supreme Court ruled to uphold a key component of the Affordable Care Act, supporters of the law heaved sighs of relief that it remained intact.
The Affordable Care Act—also known as Obamacare—is one of the most controversial and politicized topics in the United States today. This timely book examines prominent claims about the legislation's drafting, debate, passage, and implementation, and discerns what is true and false about the law.
Each of the text's eight chapters delves into the common beliefs, misinterpretations, and myths surrounding the act, tracing the history of the assertion and supporting or challenging its veracity through nonpartisan research and analyses.
Chapters begin with an objective look at the claim's origins—with a brief focus on the person or group that conceived it and why—then set about clarifying or debunking it using evidence from research studies and reports from authoritative sources.
Entries feature primary documents, a further reading section, and tables and graphs. Topics include the impact on health care costs for families, states, and the federal government; the effect of the Affordable Care Act on employer-sponsored insurance; and the role of health status on coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
The purpose of the series is to give readers a clear and unbiased understanding of current issues by informing them about falsehoods, half-truths, and misconceptions—and confirming the factual validity of other assertions—that have gained traction in America's political and cultural discourse.
Ultimately, this series gives readers the tools for a fuller understanding of controversial issues, policies, and laws that occupy center stage in American life and politics. Author Info Purva H. Rawal, PhD, is an adjunct assistant professor at Georgetown University and a principal at CapView Associates, a policy consulting firm.
She received her doctorate in mental health services and policy program at Northwestern University.Sep 28, · The accusation that the Affordable Care Act will determine which medical treatments, procedures, tests and drugs Americans will be allowed to get is false.
Rather, the government will continue to decide which services Medicare will reimburse for, while also deciding what care private insurers will be required to reimburse for. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law ) – derisively referred to as “Obamacare” – was a fundamental and substantial “reform” of .
Interim final rules for group health plans and health insurance issuers relating to coverage of preventive services under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. . legislative achievement, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA” or “Act”). 15 The ACA is a comprehensive regulatory scheme that seeks to achieve.
However, since the implementation of Obamacare, jobs in the healthcare sector, at least, rose by 9% and a study found that around million jobs could be lost by if it is repealed.
Passage of the March Health Care Reform Laws. ( KB) to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and health care related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of On Jan. 19, , the US House of Representatives passed the bill in a vote.
On Feb. 2, , in a party .