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President Barack Obama defending his health-care policy to college students

Squaring the circle in U.S. health care

  • Obamacare expanded enrollments and coverage in health-care insurance
  • Republican repeal-and-replace efforts have focused on cutting costs
  • With legislation deadlocked in the Senate, it may be time for bipartisan solutions

Health care in the United States has dominated the cultural and political conversation for over a decade. It’s obvious why. The subject elicits strong opinions because it touches on the political, moral and practical aspects of everyday life. Health care also has enormous consequences in terms of policy, law and public finance. This is particularly the case with the U.S. system, which turned into an inefficient and costly tangle of complex regulations generated by profit-driven organizations. The result is uneven coverage for many of the nation’s most vulnerable citizens.

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 Edwina Rogers
The AHCA addresses Obamacare’s very high financial burdens by restricting access
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What's inside
  • Obamacare expanded enrollments and coverage in health-care insurance
  • Republican repeal-and-replace efforts have focused on cutting costs
  • With legislation deadlocked in the Senate, it may be time for bipartisan solutions
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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