The Insiders: All health care politics is personal
They would get a full cardiac “workup” to find out what’s going on medically, Marcus said. Having a psychiatrist available for a mental health consultation makes it possible to diagnose psychiatric problemswith greater accuracy and treat the patient more effectively. Removing barriers The Affordable Care Act removes several artificial barriers to care, psychiatrists Marcus and Ram said. Refusal to cover those with mental health problems will be illegal, and some limits to care have been removed, too.
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There is no other way. This has led to the current furor, along with President Obama’s ill thought out promise that if you like your health insurance policy, you can keep it. Health insurance companies have sent letters informing many holders of health care policies that their coverage doesn’t meet minimum standards under the health care reform act and their policies will need to be replaced. These are policies bought on the individual insurance market before health care reform. Most individuals will be able to change to polices that provide better coverage at lower costs after qualifying for subsides under the law.
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Universal health care coverage makes minimum standards necessary
And thanks to President Obama and his Democratic allies, today every American adult is anxiously evaluating the personal status of his or her health insurance. In most cases, these people either cant get any answers or they dont know if what they are being told is accurate or even truthful. This is big. The Obamacare debacle has become something of a national collective focal point.
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