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Transcript of "Pitapatting, P-Pitapatting!"
Act The First Problem The Second Problem Pitapatting, Department
Nursing Medicaid We Are From Pitapatting,
P-Pitapatting! Choi Woo Won
Kim Na Yoon
Jo Young Eun
Joo Eun Hye What
Difference? In Korea... P-Pitapatting! Last week of May, 2013. H "Pitapatting" B
" e l l o H E L L O ! 'Coursera' http://www.coursera.org F R E E MIT HARVARD Princeton Health Policy and Affordable Care Act Dr. Emanuel
University of Pennsylvania How
It Will Be! Absolutely
Interesting! Qualified! Government • democracy
• humanitarian crisis
• middle east security Private
Dying! Passed! 'Affordable Care Act' What is it? 1. By mid-2012 it was the common term used by both sides. 2. Use of the term in a positive sense was suggested by Democratic politicians such as John Conyers (D-MI). 3. President Obama said subsequently, "I have no problem with people saying Obama cares. I do care." 4. Because of the number of "Obamacare" search engine queries, the Department of Health and Human Services purchased Google advertisements, triggered by the term, to direct people to the official HHS site. 5. In March 2012, the Obama reelection campaign embraced the term "Obamacare", urging Obama's supporters to post Twitter messages that begin, "I like #Obamacare because...". 6. According to an analysis by the Sunlight Foundation, the term "Obamacare" has been used nearly 3,000 times in Congressional speeches since its debut as a phrase on Capitol Hill in July 2009. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly called Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. Together with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, it represents the most significant government expansion and regulatory overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system since the passage of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. Term "Obamacare" S
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5 Medicare Health Insurance $ 6 5 Disabled Kidney Failure "Medicare" A D B C P
T SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES
HOME HEALTH CARE MEDICARE PART A SUDDEN
ACCIDENTS "Medicare Advantage Plan" art C COST BENEFITS < > Drug
Government States Counties Children
Disabilities P.I.T.A.P.A.T.T.I.N.G. $14,000 Problems FULL OF HOLES Pre-existing Condition...... Small Businesses ------------------------ Lifetime Limit High Costs to Households
Strain on the Federal Budget
People with No Protection WE NEED SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Grandparents $2.8
trillion Health Care Market "ACA" NOW 2014 The First Phase Holes... Rebate! Over 65 or Disabled Young People Small Businesses A High-Risk Pool 'Do-Not-Have-Jobs' In 2014... Thank You! Dealing with Costs How They Spend "Will It Be Helpful?" Something
Better... The Second Phase BIG CHANGES WAITING! 'Low-Incomes' Options Here! Sign Here, Please! You Can't Charge Them! Must-Have-Insurance In 2019... Coverage Will Be
Decreased! Here are the Recommendations! "High-Earnings" Congressional
Office "What Do You Think?" Why Don't You
Join Here? Medically Necessary Services Preventive Services