The Obamacare Bill Legislation For The Health Care System

884 Words Sep 18th, 2016 4 Pages
Imagine if you were a doctor, owned your own practice, and your clientele were of a satisfying quantity due to the personal relationships that you shared with every one of them. What would you do if that quality of business was taken right out from under your feet due to the change in law? That is what Dr. Joel L. Strom talks about in “The Right Way to Repeal and Replace Obamacare,” as he explains what Obamacare has done to the health-care system in America, and what Republicans need to do to fix it through his eyes. When the Obamacare bill passed in 2010 and began in 2014, it was something that grew from what was originally rejected during the Clinton Administration in the mid to late 90’s. When the bill passed, it wasn’t due to Republican voters, but solely Democratic. Strom shows compassion towards the needs of his fellow Americans and concerns of his medical colleagues, but he is also a Republican which may show a little bias.
There have been several attempts made by Republicans to fix the health-care system with the best interest of the American people in mind. One plan is the Sessions-Cassidy plan. When Strom says “Americans trust doctors, nurses, and others involved in medicine more than most any other group,” he shows how medical professionals are one of the biggest keys to helping the Republicans gain the trust of their constituents and it would be in their best interest to make them allies (Strom). A poll was taken April 2016, where they found that 51% of likely…
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