More and more people are getting tired and angry on the presidential statements concerning the benefits of Obamacare. In spite of the optimistic predictions on the effects it, many people are still standing in line and overcrowding the emergency rooms.
Doctors say ER visits have increased although medical insurance for individuals should cover all the needs in assisted medical care. According to Obama’s healthcare reform, people should have benefitted from a decrease of ER visits. All this should have happened by pushing all the American citizens to turn to their primary physicians rather than emergency visits to the hospital.
The main concern of doctors is that they will run out of resources if the volume of hospital visits increases in the short run. There is a great shortage of primary care doctors able to treat the growing number of sick individuals.
Most of the ER doctors complain about visits continuously going up ever since the law passed. Republicans are trying to bring beneficial measures by passing budgets supposed grow economy and reduce the debts. Republican senator John Barasso comments on the presidential healthcare promise and the imperative need to cover it with facts and healthy people outside the ER.
Of course the political battlefield is bloody and violent in measures and statements, but this doesn’t exactly change the state of facts. Obamacare is inefficient, there is a great lack of primary care doctors able to treat patients with health care coverage and there are ongoing trials and tribulations in making medical appointments.
Michael Gerardi made a statement that sums it all up: “Just because people have health insurance does not mean they have access to timely medical care”. And that could be all there is to say about the benefits of Obamacare.
Chairman Mike Enzi took leadership on this social issue and was applauded by the John Barasso, who is proud of the new budget reinforcement. But in spite of the republicans trying to repel the healthcare law with fat budgets, politicians still have Obamacare completely out of control.
Last week, Barasso was commenting on a declaration made by the president in regards to the health law. As Obama was praising the great effects of the law in Wyoming State, the press was hooting and howling with news coverage about the failure of this presidential initiative.
Now it seems the republicans take the lead by trying to cover all the wrongs with one right – a budget that passes through the votes of the Congress.
After all the information, updates and comments both on the sides of politicians and citizens, the healthcare reform is still diving in murky waters and the republicans take this as a good chance to promote themselves rather than bring realistic benefits. At least for the time being.
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