Cassidy said that republicans believe if you like your current insurance, then you should keep it.
Sen. Tim Scott represents SC residents in the U.S. Senate. But when her insurance ran out, she found a new plan with a $500 monthly premium through the Affordable Care Act. He said the number of individuals without insurance would double and almost a million Pennsylvanians would see their coverage terminated. "Many parts of Obamacare were already in effect in NY State", says Sandman.
"This legislation transfers power from Washington back to patients and the states", Graham said in a prepared statement. Still, the congressional Republicans are willing and, in fact, eager to eliminate health care for more than 22 million Americans. If those covered under the Medicaid expansion can't find a doctor who takes Medicaid, they have coverage but limited access.
What's more, Thompson said he is hopes the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) can be restored.
"The Affordable Care Act is not flawless but it has provided a significant benefit to working families across Michigan", Rep.
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Meanwhile, Twila Brase of Citizens Council for Health Freedom says replacing ObamaCare is simple.
"While selling the Affordable Care Act, President Obama promised the American people that if we like our health care plan, we could keep our health care plan", said Harper.
The insurance market has steadily increased overhead and the "free market" has done nothing to reign in the cost to consumers. Yao and Lissenden believe the ACA initially affected the diagnosis of colorectal cancer more than that of breast cancer because the decrease in out-of-pocket spending was larger for colorectal screening than for breast cancer screening.
The bill summary says, "Option 1 allows the State to reinstate Title I of the ACA, including its mandates and other requirements". In either case, the funds would be delivered directly to patients through a health savings account. "This would target segments of the population that are uninsured and need and can afford insurance but choose not to purchase coverage". The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) defines the net cost of health insurance as the difference between incurred premiums earned and benefits paid for private health insurance during a calendar year.
"This is going to take transition", Thompson said, adding he doesn't want to see the health insurance market upended.