The Health Care Reform Act

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In March 23. 2010 the Health Care Reform law, also known as the “Affordable Care Act” was signed to enhance help for the United States health care system. This law is meant to “provide affordable, quality health care for all Americans and reduce the growth in health care spending, and for other purposes”. Although this is the most recent act to help the health care system, this effort to reform the system has been in action for many years with many failed attempts to succeed. With further research on the “Health Care Reform”, came with better understanding if the topic. In “World Prosperity Organization 's Viewpoint on Healthcare Reform”, it briefly gives its own description on Healthcare Reform. It states “current healthcare system finds that the root cause of its problems is premedical education, most of which is irrelevant” (World Prosperity,2013), with this said it shows that part of the reason why our attempts don’t succeed is that our educational system is flawed to the point where it is not effective as it should be. To become a certified physician it takes 10-12 years to become one, in the process the majority of students will go into financial debt. To compensate for their time dedication, they will charge to what they believe they deserve. There has been ideas to make medical education a lot cheaper and a lot more efficient in retaining the information. Patient centered learning is what is believed to be that form of method, which learning is primarily focused
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