Obama Healthcare Reform Plan for Americans: Challenges and Constraints

Mahmoud Kamal Abouraia, Benjamin Balbuena Aguenza


Healthcare reform is a set of criteria, employed for describing significant components of health policy development or changes but most cases, governmental policy that influences health care delivery in a place provided.  In the United States, President Obama approved an inexpensive Health Care Act into law in March 2010, to capture adjustments in healthcare systems.  Such changes, is to enhance the amount of people covered with insurance as well as to boost the quality of treatment while attempting to balance or decrease expenses.  Under this legislation, everyone ought to have health insurance independently but majority of the employees in the United States depend on their companies’ healthcare coverage.  In this issue, the accurate understanding of healthcare protection would appear to be essential for making clear decisions in selecting the finest plans that match the distinct requirements of a family.  Various literatures revealed that most of the employees have little understanding of the scope and value of healthcare reform plans.  Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of Obama healthcare plans to American employees and discuss the significance, challenges and constraints of the policy to attract and maintain talented individuals.  Generally, companies need to remain updated in the newest healthcare reform requirements and provide healthcare strategies to support employees make better choices in regards to the insurance coverage.

Keywords: American employees, healthcare reform plan

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