What is the rationale on how did the elimination of pre- existing conditions as criteria for non-coverage effect the public. Also why is this question relevant to public administration, public policy or nonprofit management.
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The elimination of pre-existing conditions as criteria for non-coverage has affected the public. The insurers first take into account the health status of prospective customers when determining their premiums. In this case apart from demographic factors, the insurers in some cases consider medical history. Also, they deny coverage of pre-existing conditions for a fixed period of time after the customer enrolls (a). The rationale from the perspective of insurers is that if the customer buys insurance only ...
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Ethic
Provide an analysis of the ethical and legal foundations of the health care policy issue HR 3590: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). Explain what the ethical issue is, and present the pro and con ethical positions surrounding the health care policy issue. Then, explain what the legal issue is, and present the pro and con legal positions surrounding the health care policy issue. Finally, apply your critical thinking and analysis skills by suggesting two recommendations to the policymaker and/or stakeholder that align with your own position on the ethical and legal issues.
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