Health Care Act ( Aca ) Essay

2273 Words Oct 18th, 2016 10 Pages
The United States of America is the only western industrialized country that does not provide universal health coverage to its citizens. Most health care is financed by a for-profit, minimally regulated private Insurances. 10.4 percent of the United States population, still went without health insurance for the entirety of 2014. Millions more were uninsured for at least part of the year. Most Americans citizens who are not insured is poor, black and Hispanic. In spite of targeting to insure everyone in the United States, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) left remarkable gaps in coverage, and denied many people to access insurances under this law. The government keeps establishing these new programs for people who do not have health care, but most of the time it doesn’t reach everybody. When it comes to the topic of health care in the United States of America, most of us will readily agree that the health care system in the United Sates needs ameliorate. Where this agreement usually ends, however is on the question is health care a right or a privilege. Whereas some are convinced that health care in the United States should be universal and provided to everyone in the state, others maintain that health care should come out of your own pocket and not the state. I always believed that health Insurances should be provided by the state, that everyone has a right to health care. However it has become common to dismiss this idea in the United States, that the government should…

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