The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act
The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also know as Affordable Care Act, is a law that was brought into effect to improve the way of the Health care system as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Which was signed in March 2010 by President Barack Obama. This law allow the uninsured and middle class workers to be able to afford health coverage. It also allows existing insurance holders to be able to keep their plans. This act consist of ten amendments, listed below:
Title I: Quality Affordable Health Care for all Americans.
Helps all Americans get an affordable health plans with lower premium cost. This plan ...view middle of the document...
S.. More information on preveention wellness and public health. Also offers screenings for the seniors with Medicar without having to pay a co-payment.
Title V: Health Care Work Force.
Makes sure that the health centers are accessible. Offers funds for operations of buildings and furthering education. Scholarships are offered to healp bring much needed positions. There is a shortage of Nurses. Oppurtunities for recruiting and coming up with new plans and ideas on ways to bring in more health care professionals.
Title VI: Transparency & Program Intergrity.
Allows you to be able to pick and choose your own inurance plan that is best for you. The have more information about different medical methods that yo and your doctor can discuss that work best for your needs. This act also helps mak sure that assist living places are safer. Namely programs that would help employees beware and prevent abuse towards the patients. Also provide background checks on the employees.
Title VII: Improving Access to Innovative Medical Theraphies.
This act was put in place for lower income families to be able to purchase low costing medications, by giving the hospitals a discount on medications.
Title VIII: Communnity Living Assistance Services & Support Act (Class Act):
Lowers the spending cost for the Medicaid program. it’s a insurance choicce for members with disabilities.