After the inception of ACA that is Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010 various policies and regulations has been proposed which has more controversy (www.healthcapital.com, 2013). Affordable health act has impact on the stakeholders in different manner. The main concern in the medical field is the input cost which is increasing continuously. This is the biggest challenge for the US government as the increasing cost makes it impossible for the government to allocate appropriate resources in managing the requirements of the ACA public policy. There are more initiatives taken by the US government in implementing the ACA in an appropriate manner by continuously improving the quality of health care at affordable lower costs (www.healthcapital.com, 2013). According to Kaiser Health Tracking Poll conducted in March 2013, about 40% of the public are against the ACA and 37% are supporting the ACA which satisfies the legislative requirements (www.healthcapital.com, 2013). Key issue in health care industry is the quality of doctors and the number of doctors available, this ACA mainly aims to address the issue of all citizens especially poor. The constituency of the act makes the US government to think about the Supreme Court Judgement about emphasising all citizens should have health insurance (NYTimes, 2014).
Following are the arguments concerning ACA execution:
In this case law is enforced on any individual it is a constituency.
About 26 states argued along with individuals that law is actually not jurisdictional because it is not a barrier to any other individual (NYTimes, 2014).
The supporters argue with the data that US is in the top position in per capita spending for health. Most of the individuals are not subsidized which adds more burden to the individuals. Health care spending is climbing up the ladder very fast when compared to other economies (www.huffingtonpost.com, 2013).
Many US citizens are not protected under medical insurance (NYTimes, 2014).
The argument of Obama administration is that this law is considered to be jurisdiction because it does not follow any specific terms.
The concern of the offenders is cost, implementation of ACA will require government to spend huge in developing hospitals, arranging for doctors, equipments and so on.
Health sector’s expenditure is always inclined and increasing fast every day.
Hospital stay costs very high for the US citizens, when compared to other countries number of days stayed in hospitals are less but costs are mounting up (www.huffingtonpost.com, 2013). This clearly indicates that private hospitals cannot afford to provide high quality medical services at lower cost due to various factors including higher pay demanded by doctors (NYTimes, 2014).
In this plausible solution should be such that one party should not win at the expense of others. In this more cooperation, coordination and support for all parties are required to make ACA effective. The plausible solution in...