Affordable Care Act, Healthcare Insurance Benefits, Georgia School Districts, USA, medical services access
European Medical Universalism has been approach that has been adopted by the European Countries in the implementation of their medical strategies and interventions. Unlike the European counterparts the United States of America have adopted an approach commonly referred to as the social model. In this model it works in such a way in which the people are not made to suffer for the poverty but rather they can have access to the medical services and enjoy them regardless.
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[...] Balancing Incentives Payment Program (BIPP) developed through the enactment of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 has seen Georgia increase such centers which has made health care more accessible even to the people who were not able to get such services initially. The Balancing Incentives Payment Program (BIPP) was the government way of reaching out to more people who were unable to afford health services. Programs such as Money Follows the Person (MFP) instituted by the Affordable Care Act of 2010 allowed for the transfer of patients from the larger expensive institutions to the community and home care where they were able to get the same services. [...]
[...] The Affordable Health Care Act has significantly increased access to health care among Georgians living in the School Districts. This paper seeks to uncover the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Healthcare Insurance Benefits in Georgia School Districts through careful analysis of the aspects of the Affordable Health Care Act, its implementation and the implications it has on Healthcare Insurance Benefits in Georgia School Districts. Since the implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act of 2010, there has been expanded health insurance coverage in the Georgia School Districts and this has enabled the State to save resources (Sweeney, 2012). [...]
[...] Since the inception of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 it has allowed for the continued expansion of the preventive care coverage. As such the cases of loss of lives due to a number of varied reasons have drastically reduced. With the people enjoying the empowerment of access to health facilities and the best health care with the limited resources available the levels of death cases especially the avoidable have considerably gone down. Government has instituted measures in place that have seen people being able to get medical attention at the easiest convenient locations and at very affordable costs as reflected in Table Two of the appendix section. [...]
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