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History of ACA and Changes Under Trump

The Affordable Care Act called for an expansion of medical care for all non-disabled adults. These were the ones that had a low income. Once it was enacted ACA had very many goals. This included enrollment of uninsured residents. It also ensured that low income earners would access healthcare. ACA was also focused on promoting personal responsibility and value-based decision decision-making. Preventive and primary care was promoted through ACA. ACA was also focused on ensuring that management of the program was efficient. Fiscal responsibility was also promoted. After ACA was enacted it worked to ensure that adequate health care services were provided. Secondary treatments were also used to prevent progression of chronic diseases.

After it was approved it expanded coverage to parents with dependant children who had low income. At some point individuals with a high income were eligible for tax credits. There was a new health insurance marketplace that allowed them to purchase coverage. In this case they had been developed by ACA. In this case a personal wellness and responsibility account was created. This account was used to cover any initial medical costs. This account provided incentives for those people that utilized services in a cost-effective manner. There was also an account of preventive care developed. Individuals in this case were covered up to a certain percentage. This made sure that there were no deductibles and there was no withdraw from the power account. Obtaining preventive ensured that power account contributions would be carried over. There were minimal cases of patients who went straight to the emergency room for medical care. This has prevented the number of premature deaths. People in this case sought the medical care of physicians first.

When the ACA was not repealed and replaced by the congress, president trump took matters into his own hands. He ordered the departments of health, Labor and human services to propose regulations. This was to expand the types of plans for individuals and small businesses. This would allow more small employers with few employees to form association health plans. In this case they would be able to sell low cost and short term insurance.

He also insisted that payments for insurers were cut down. In this case this applied to those policyholders who earned moderate income. Insurance companies had to implement ways in which they would get the money they were promised. There was an executive order signed by Trump that would make it easy for people to access different health types. This was to benefit those people that buy their own insurance. This promoted health care choice and competition in all states. Many people would very happy due to this decision.

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