President of the American Medical Association (AMA), Jeremy A. Lazarus, MD, held that the AMA is content with the ruling by the Supreme Court to defend health reform. AMA has always worked to towards health insurance coverage for all US citizens. The verdict implies that a large number of Americans presently without any coverage may hope for a better health.
President Barack Obama’s healthcare law was upheld by the US Supreme Court on 28th June 2012 by a majority of 5 to 4. The Supreme Court decision ascertains continued funding for imperative research on the efficacy of drugs Part D and therapies and enhances the chances for millions of Americans to receive coverage for prevention and wellness care. The new law has already helped approximately 54 million patients.
The Affordable Care Act has helped ease up the administrative burdens. It has smoothened insurance claims so that doctors and their staff can devote extra time to patient care, and less on paperwork. The AMA holds that the new law guards Medicare Plans patients trapped in the “donut hole”.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also called PPACA, the Affordable Care Act, or more casually as Obamacare, became law on 23rd March 2010, when it was signed in by President Obama.
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