The Patient Care and Affordable Care Act was created and signed into law on March 23, 2010 to make sure that all Americans have access to health care at an affordable costs and to help control the rising health care cost. The PCACA aims to increase the quality and affordability of health care insurance, lower the uninsured rates by expanding private and public insurance coverage, and help reduce the costs of health care for individuals and the government (expenditures). It provides a number of mechanisms coverage and affordability. The PCACA was opposed from the beginning big time, this reform measure creates opportunities for individuals to access insurance with pre-existing conditions, preventative service, immunizations, dependent coverage age up to 26 years of age, and to help develop information for consumers to make informed decisions when shopping for health care insurance. This Act will be implemented in 2014 and the impact of the costs that will have to be covered by employers is a huge concern. Employers are trying to find ways to get around paying for employees health care costs by reducing hours, changing employees from full time to part time, keeping employee staff numbers under 50 to avoid tax increases under The Patient Care and Affordable Care Act. Aimed at providing for the non-insured and under insured citizens of America while providing a guidelines to choosing a health care insurance plan to best fit the customer needs, and the costs to business.
The Universal Health Care is a system which provides financial protection and health care to all the citizens. The way it’s organized is that it’s providing a specific package of benefits to all members with a goal of