Health Care Innovation
Sara Lynn Jones
March 18, 2015
HCA 210/ KARLA QUINONES
Various changes occur in the world that do great harm and changes that do great good. Health care innovation is being pushed by advancement in technology and does not appear to be easing up or fading away. One major health care innovation that lands as the center of controversy often is The Affordable Health Care Act, generally known as “Obamacare.” This new bill enacts a plethora of changes into the social and health care field. It is meant to have a dramatic, life-changing effect to the future. These changes could help many people with their financial situations. It specifically targets the elderly and lower income families, but it is meant to help a variety of people as well. Sometimes, people with unstable or stable financial conditions can often abuse the system. It can often vilify them. Many people are often cunning enough to beguile the law and can easily abuse the program that was meant to help. Cheating the system has been hackneyed in the past, but many people need this program to survive. This deceitful act disparages the very existence of this program. Strict limitations must be placed on this program so that Obamacare can provide help to those that are in dire situations, rather than to those who will abuse this help. The trepidation felt on this is gargantuan, almost to the point to make people act in an arbitrary manner. This is important because the abuse of this program can lead to various problems in the system. Many say that this bill will cause great harm and ruin the United States’ economy, but in fact, this bill will help and stimulate the economy and help those who deeply need help financially and medically.
Obama Care is the official name for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The President signed the bill on March 23, 2012. It provides affordable healthcare insurance to millions of uninsured people and reduces the...