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Healthcare Reform: Affordable Health Care Act

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vs. Disadvantages A shared responsibility requirement, commonly called an individual mandate, requires that all individuals not covered by an employer sponsored health plan, Medicaid, Medicare or other public insurance programs, purchase and comply with an approved private insurance policy or pay a penalty, unless the applicable individual is a member of a recognized religious sect exempted by the Internal Revenue Service, or waived in cases of financial hardship. Firms employing 50 or more people but not offering health insurance will also pay a shared responsibility requirement if the government has had to subsidize an employee's health care The new law will provide new coverage options for young adults. Advantages The law will make prescription drugs affordable for seniors 2010 2015 2013 2011 Current Healthcare Plan March 23, 2010 Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. Which one is better? New Consumer Protections Improving Quality and Lowering Costs Increasing Access to Affordable Care (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Increased access to care - Insurance companies will be required to sell policies to everyone regardless of current or past health issues. As a result, over the next two decades, tens of millions more Americans will get health coverage under the new systems. Health insurance tax credits- Starting January 2014, if your household income is less than $88,000 for a family of four, and your job doesn’t provide coverage you can afford, you are eligible to receive tax credits to assist you with paying for insurance. An advance payment can be made to your insurance company to help cover the cost of premiums. Non-compliance penalty- Most Americans will be required to obtain qualifying health coverage by 2014 or face a penalty. Lowering Costs Holding Insurance Companies Accountable The topic of healthcare is definitely a "hot button issue" right now. It is a great concern for the citizens in the upcoming elections. Some people argue for Obama's healthcare policy while others support Romney's healthcare plan, but overall, they are essentially the same plan. The healthcare plan is what keeps people from breaking the bank when they get sick or injured. It is worth thinking about since your own life could depend on the existence and quality of the healthcare you receive. Why should you care? Saves Lives Healthcare (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr Affordable Care Bundle Payments Funding for Children's Health Insurance 2014 Prevention of Discrimination Greater Access to Medicaid Small Business Tax Credit Payment on Quality not Volume Health & Human Services, n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2012. <http://www.healthcare.gov/law/timeline/full.html>.

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Facts: Facts on the Obama Health Care Plan. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2012. <http://obamacarefacts.com/obamacare-facts.php>. "ObamaCare Facts: Facts on the Obama Health Care Plan." ObamaCare Facts. N.p., n.d. "Obama Care Facts 2012 - We Tell You the Facts, Not The Talking Points."ObamaCare References "Key Features of the Affordable Care Act, By Year." Healthcare.gov. Health insurance exchange program- Starting January 2014, if your employer does not offer health insurance, you can buy it directly from an Affordable Insurance Exchange. The insured- For the other 256 million Americans who already have health insurance through their employers or another source, the impact isn't as dramatic. Parents will still get to keep kids on their insurance plans up to age 26 and many insurers will continue to offer preventative services, such as immunizations, without a co-pay. Big and.... ... small According to John Boehner, the minority leader of the House of Representatives, more than 87 million Americans can lose access to their current health care plan The Affordable Care Act added new requirements for charitable hospitals. On June 22, 2012, the IRS issued proposed regulations which provide information on the requirements for charitable hospitals relating to financial assistance and emergency medical care policies, charges for emergency or medically necessary care provided to individuals eligible for financial assistance, and billing and collections. *Preventive services will be covered with no deductible or co-pay.
*The law forces insurance companies to provide consumers with greater value by spending at least 80% of premium dollars on healthcare and quality improvements instead of overhead, executive salaries or marketing.
*Health promotion by means of illness prevention.
*Increase support for community health centers. Healthcare Reform: Affordable Health Care Act Impact on Americans Health care Reform: Affordable Health Care Act Nurse practitioners are the future of primary care in the United States The advantages of the Health Care Reform Act in the Nurse Practitioner role With 32 million more americans gaining health insurance the Health Care overhaul is putting more money into Nurse Managed Clinics

With the shortage of primary care doctors 28 states are considering expanding the authority of Nurse Practitioners

Strengthening and growing our health care workforce - The provisions of the Affordable Care Act will support the training and development of more than 16,000 new primary care providers over the next five years

Investing in community health centers and new clinical settings - the Affordable Care Act will establish new nurse managed health clinics to train Nurse Practitioners and operate underserved communities

Loan Forgiveness and Scholarships - The National Health Service Corps will be expanding in order to repay student loans and provide scholarships for Nurse Practitioners willing to work in underserved areas As the Health Care Reform unfolds the access to high quality primary care services that emphasize health promotion, disease prevention, and the effective management of chronic disease its becoming a primary focus for the health care provider.
Approximately 80% of Nurse Practitioners provide primary care services throughout the United States. Therefore it is imperative to recognize and include Nurse Practitioners in the reform process and plans that are being developed. 2011. Health care providers and the affordable care act.
<http://www.healthcare.gov/news/factsheets/2010/07/health-care-providers.html> Act Public Law of the Heath Care Reform, 2012.
ANA Public Law 111- 148 Advanced practice RN's to provide primary care services to patient centered medical homes.

US Public Health Sciences Track to support health professions education that emphasizes team based services, public health, epidemiology, and emergency preparedness and response

Public Health Services Act providing grants for FNP postgraduate training programs

Medicare graduate nurse education program that will work with nursing schools, hospitals, and community based clinical settings to provide funding for the clinical education of APRN students Mason, D. J., Leavitt, J. K., & Chaffee, M. W. (2007). Policy & Politics in Nursing and Health
Care. Philadelphia: Saunders Elsevier. Care Facts: Fact sheets on the health care providers and the affordable care act, American Nurses Association. The Patient Protection and the Affordable Care
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