Essay

865 words - 3 pages ✓ Expert Reviewed
VIEW DOCUMENT
Preview

Expanded and strengthened state private insurance companies are to be expected since more younger Texans enter the market thanks to the premium support. Texas can expect savings through more proper use of medical care, lower numbers in Medicaid, and savings from increased recipient cost sharing. Texas must refuse to comply with the new high-risk pools. There are many reasons Texas should not comply but the main reason is poor design. Currently, eighteen states have decided not to participate in these pools, Texas is undecided. Any person with a pre-existing medical disorder whom has been without insurance for six month will qualify. The law gave the Department of Health discretion in determining with conditions qualifies. Theoretically, the Department of Health could say the flu is a pre existing medical condition. If Texas does not refuse to comply with these pools it is only a matter of time before the demand will exceed the supply. A huge concern is when the funding is gone what do the state politicians do. I see two options. One, state officials will end the coverage all together and pull the plug. Two, continue to allow the program to run with the use of state tax dollars.
The federal uniform health care system should be based on Texas not the other way around. With a universal rate system that will soon be implemented the government is forcing insurance companies to sell their health part of the company just to exit the market. Texas must oppose Obamacare by enacting our own alterations that will increase health insurance competition and thus driving down cost. Texas officials need to lower market entry to start up health insurance companies to help promote competition. A uniform healthcare system might be priced lower but you are paying for that lower price someone how. The only true way to drive down healthcare cost would be to increase competition among companies not drive it into the ground like Obamacare.
The Affordable Care Act, if executed, will inflict significant new Medicaid costs on Texas and establish a huge federal disruption of long-standing state authority in regulating private insurance. Americans whom rely on employer-based and individual insurance for their health insurance will face disruption and expenses never seen before. While most of the disruption and expenses do not take place till two thousand fourteen, other regulations are going into effect. Texas state legislators must act right away to implement their own private insurance market amendments and Medicaid to lessen the harmful effects of the Affordable Care Act. Texas state legislators have to realize that Texas is not an instrument of the...

Find Another Essay On Essay

Essay

606 words - 2 pages ENGL 100 Essay Project Final TemplateStep 5: Essay Project Final DraftDirections: Turn off the "Track Changes" feature. Copy and paste your edited draft. Select the entire essay and choose "Accept Changes" if the document does not automatically make the changes for you. Save the changes to this document; save it as "Essay Project Assignment." Then use the link provided in Blackboard to...

Essay

1233 words - 5 pages organization and to his people. Works Cited 1. Tanyaturner (2013) Case 7-1 the Politics of Performance Appraisal Essay [online] available from [24 March 2014] 2. Williergivens (2011) Case Study [online] available from [24 March 2014] 3. Thomas Grady Bunch (2009) ePortfolio... Interdisciplinary Studies: Work and Professional Study Understandings [online] available from [24 March 2014] ...

Essay

1862 words - 7 pages conditions. This essay will discusses how the body can be seen as a canvas of identity creation. “Perhaps it's impossible to wear an identity without becoming what you pretend to be.” (O, S, Card, 2014). Identity, of course it is not just one’s given name, but it what defines you as an individual. There are many factors that influence identity, such as culture, personality, ethnicity and your sense of fashion. Throughout a person’s life he/she builds and...

Essay - 1253 words

1253 words - 5 pages In 1998 a man named James Byrd was drug from a pickup truck in Texas and dismembered. Ashraf Rushdy wrote an essay to examine the moral authority of photography and the effect it has upon a population’s view of a tragedy. Rushdy’s argument is that in 1955 when Emmett Till was murdered his mother allowed photographs of her son’s mutilated corpse to be shown across the nation. These photographs had a significant effect upon the course of the civil...

Essay - 1823 words

1823 words - 7 pages African diaspora. The curatorial vision of the exhibition set out to create a distinct space of personal and cultural histories, perspectives and artistic visions, while attempting to avoid homogenization of the multiple realties of the artists involved. (Nka, 2008:41). This essay will critically investigate the concept of diaspora, the place it serves in the artistic community as well as the issues of nationalism, the desire to create new spaces...

Essay - 1266 words

1266 words - 5 pages and fearless. The fight is only between men but the story takes a different turn and is clashed by a woman, Pocahontas. According to statements and facts based on research findings from The Princess and the Magic Kingdom essay; Pocahontas’ role is rather different than traditional Disney princesses prior to Disney’s death. She is the hero rather than the “damsel in distress” like Sleeping Beauty and Snow White, where they wait for a Prince to...

Essay - 1204 words

1204 words - 5 pages to work on environmental improvements. Integrated watershed management is a collection of target points that linked disciplines (Karageorgis et al., 2005). However, in many cases interdisciplinary watershed management lacks practical applicability. My proposition is in developing countries integrated watershed management is not actually an interdisciplinary project approach. Therefore, the objective of this essay is to argue on watershed...

Essay - 1223 words

1223 words - 5 pages Koy Saeteurn Theater 11 Textbook Essay 1 In the 16th century, the most extreme Protestants within the Church of England was given the name Puritans. They wanted to purify their church and rid the church of any Catholic influence. The elements of the Puritan's religion included simple worshipping services, personal and direct religious experiences with God by reading the Holy Bible, and moral conduct. They believed in...

Essay - 1221 words

1221 words - 5 pages saying at the time. Furthermore J.K Rowling use of rhetorical device spiced her essay up. She asks, “So why do I talk about the benefits of failure?” (Rowling, 2008). This is an example of a rhetorical device because this question was used merely for effects with no answer expected. Also, J.K. Rowling use of rhetorical device helped keep her audience engaged with her speech, because it forces them to be on their toes and think. She states “But...

Essay - 1515 words

1515 words - 6 pages consideration, the promise may be binding under the doctrine of promissory estoppel. Promissory estoppel excludes the general need of consideration within a contract and stops a person going back on their promise. This is to avoid any injustice. This essay will look at how promissory estoppel relates to the doctrine of consideration and whether it overlaps when considering the creditors promise to accept less. Consideration is where the parties need to...

ESSAY

1465 words - 6 pages ESSAY What is island life? what do you think of island life? My opinion of island life is a a place were you do what you want to do and with you you want to do it with.The book Lord of the Flies by William Golding and movie Castaway (2000) is directed by Robert Zeneckis. He similarly explores what happens to mankind when left stranded on an island without civilisation, rules and order. In Lord of the Flies a group of boys are left to...

Other Essay Essays

Essay - 1547 words

1547 words - 6 pages I. Introduction This essay will discuss Crimea’s recent annexation to Russia, which has caused much international discourse. The annexation and subsequent occurrences reveal key actors’ political motivations and policies. This essay notes that the Crimean annexation is a multifaceted issue that involves many actors, including the United States and many non-state actors. However, this essay will focus on the European region. First, this essay...

Essay - 655 words

655 words - 3 pages along with biology gave me a deeper understanding of the chemical reactions occuring in my body, aiding in the working of my body at every point. English Language and literature at AS level helped improve my essay writing skills and strengthened my ability of analytical approach which will be of advantage at a university. Singing and acting provided me with an environment not available in a classroom or a laboratory. While playing a role, I learnt...

Essay - 698 words

698 words - 3 pages Court nominees by the Constitution’s drafters (357). Giving the Senate the ability to use ideology in nomination debates means the Framers intended ideology to be a factor. This statement is not fully supported as the essay goes on to reiterate the previous argument that the division between states at the time is akin to today’s party politics. And this statement, though I consider it a valid and major point, is possibly the strongest argument...

Essay - 663 words

663 words - 3 pages EssayFast food is very tasty and in price wise very cheap as well. But is it right to eat fast food all the time? Fast food has a lot of harmful effects to the body, for example it has a lot of kilojoules more than the body needs. For example in McDonalds Big Mac there is 2060 KJ in just the burger. Usually a human needs about 2500...