What’s Ahead for Healthcare Reform in 2020

 

Three trends defining the future of healthcare

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What’s the future for healthcare in the COVID-19 era?

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The Future Of Health Care After COVID-19 | MTP Daily | MSNBC

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Top Healthcare Policy Options for 2020 Candidates | Differential NOW

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Five Numbers That Could Reform Healthcare | Randy Oostra | TEDxTraverseCity

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Is Telemedicine The Future Of Health Care?

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Expert Opinion A look ahead: What the 2020 election could mean for health care Let’s explore two remaining presidential candidates’ positions on and visions for health care reform. And as we approach the November 2020 election, we will hear a lot of debate about the right path forward to fix what ails our current system. It is encouraging to hear so many people—candidates, policymakers, opinion leaders and others—asking how our nation can provide the highest-quality and most affordable health care for patients. In the wake of the 2018 mid-terms and leading up to the high-stakes 2020 elections, much about the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and U.S. health reform is known and much remains unknown.

Under the Trump administration and a divided U.S. Congress, the only certainty in health policy is continuing change—small, medium, and large. The Trump and Republican 2020 Health Care Plan.

Republicans saw moving the design and administration of health insurance reform to the states as. Health care policy is front and center in our current political debate. Join local health care advocates as we invite the presidential campaigns to discuss their health care platform and answer questions from co-sponsoring organizations. Co-Sponsored by: Citizen Action of Wisconsin Doctors for America Physicians for Social Responsibility Wisconsin Wisconsin Faith Voices for. Moving Toward High-Value Health Care: Integrating Delivery System Reform into 2020 Policy Proposals Delivery system reform has been a focus of regulatory and legislative policy to date.

Policymakers should integrate delivery system reform into their 2020 plans to continue driving value in the health care system. Photo Credit: SEIU on Flickr via Creative Commons. This is the first of a three-part blog series by strategic policy director, Michael Miller. With Democrats recently installed as the majority in the House of Representatives, a favorite story line of health care reporters has become the presumed fault line between different parts of the caucus.

These stories often depict two camps: supporters. In 2020, the Affordable Care Act will turn 10 years old. Since it became law and ushered in sizable reforms across our industry, some aspects of health care. Trump and Republican Health Care Reform: The Republicans’ Irrational Opposition to Medicaid “What’s Ahead” Nine million people being pushed out of Medicaid by 2020 growing to 14. Cost-sharing subsidies continue to be available for 2020, despite the fact that the federal government stopped reimbursing insurers for that cost in late 2017.

5  Insurers in most states have incorporated the cost of providing cost-sharing subsidies into the premiums they charge.

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Healthcare reform in the United States is happening now, and it is moving at an unprecedented speed.

“Principles of Coding and Reimbursement for Surgeons” by Mark Savarise, Christopher Senkowski
from Principles of Coding and Reimbursement for Surgeons
by Mark Savarise, Christopher Senkowski
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Changes enacted in 2017 and 2018 by Congress and the Trump administration appear to be the first steps in returning control of the health-care system to the insurance industry.

“Nursing Now: Today's Issues, Tomorrows Trends” by Joseph T Catalano
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by Joseph T Catalano
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The most momentous change occurred with the passage of the Medicaid and Medicare programs in 1965, but smaller more incremental reforms also set the stage for passage of the ACA in 2010.

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Realizing the full potential of health information technology to improve healthcare for Americans: the path forward.

“Public Health Informatics and Information Systems” by J.A. Magnuson, Paul C. Fu, Jr.
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by J.A. Magnuson, Paul C. Fu, Jr.
Springer London, 2013

health care system and will continue to be with health care reform.

“Public Health Nursing E-Book: Population-Centered Health Care in the Community” by Marcia Stanhope, Jeanette Lancaster
from Public Health Nursing E-Book: Population-Centered Health Care in the Community
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

In 2010, Congress passed two large bills, signed into law by President Barack Obama, to enact comprehensive health care reform.

“Investing For Dummies” by Eric Tyson
from Investing For Dummies
by Eric Tyson
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In 2010, comprehensive health care reform legislation was passed and is now being incrementally implemented.

“Social Policy for Effective Practice: A Strengths Approach” by Rosemary Chapin
from Social Policy for Effective Practice: A Strengths Approach
by Rosemary Chapin
Taylor & Francis, 2014

While the need to deal with rising health insurance costs and rising overall healthcare costs will likely return, major reform may have to wait for a new presidential administration after 2008.

“Social Issues in America: An Encyclopedia” by James Ciment
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Health spending projections through 2015: Changes on the horizon.

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Springer International Publishing, 2019

United States health care reform: progress to date

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  • Telemedicine is a powerful tool that makes healthcare accessible, cost-effective, and significantly enhances patient engagement. The debut of telemedicine dates back to late 1950s and has constantly evolved over the years with advancements in the field of tele-communication technology.
    Read more insight https://bisresearch.com/industry-report/telemedicine-market.html

  • Is telemedicine the future of health care? YES!!! Once two things happen: 
    First, The use (not the improvement, they’re already good enough,) of biomedical sensors in watches and cell phones. 
    Second, the training of doctors in the use of the equipment.
    When doctors realize the time savings of not having to commute from their home to a clinic, its game over.

  • We have had corporate socialism for over 3 years now!!! The rich get richer and poor get poorer with this administration!!! It’s a fact!!!

  • Telehealth: an innovation that should increase access and reduce cost. Instead this show highlights it is simply seen as an opportunity to make more revenue with greater margins. Few studies on quality of outcomes, inequality due to device access (already seen this with my own patients) and cases that are most appropriate for the service.

  • Trump..a story was told of.a flushing of body heat in embarassment when a stna had to witness an erection from a patient receiving stna services..a patient admitted to saving poop to be changed in a diaper to show off an erection and a patient wanted to invoke a blushing inducing a flushing of color….was a simulation reverse suppression oppositisim against nurse and stna going on eh?.Have a psychiatrist be contacted again to bother Jennifer texting comment and see what happens measly earthling science experiments…..Depopulate

  • We are forced to buy health insurance, so if this new medical practice is the norm, then reduce our health insurance cost. Charge patients per diagnostic

  • Since when the American lawmakers and cabinet secretaries need to stand up and cheer for their president or party leader? I thought this is America not president Xi or Assad something.

  • Insurance companies are always the assholes stopping everything so they can make sure to find a way to close and explode the system to continue stealing money from people

  • Universal Healthcare Now!
    Fund it by nationalizing our fossil fuel resources, like Norway did.
    Our nation can not continue to survive with this insanely broke, corrupt and greed driven system where the vast majority of Americans have absolutely no access to healthcare whatsoever without being bankrupted.

  • Healthcare is a mess in this country. These are the reasons.
    1. Big pharma
    2. Medical supply companies
    3. People who don’t have insurance and pass off the expense to insured people.
    4. People going to the doctor (even worse the ER) for too many basic illnesses that would go away with some rest (cold, flu, ect).
    5. Medical community that sells fear. Then follows up with implied miracles but can’t guarantee them.
    6. The desperation of people to live longer when death is inevitable (terminal cancer), and doctors willing to bill then for an extra 2 years of living in hell.

  • There are a wide range of telemedicine products out there. CoMediCard is exceptional. We make it affordable by offering a unique $0 copay Teladoc with $0 enrollment fee with unlimited visits. It provides peace of mind during the COVID pandemic. It is not a substitute for true health insurance but it does help provide that first line access 24/7 to a licensed physician. It is not for every issue but can provide peace of mind and direct qualified access to a doctor from the comfort of your home or office. As technology evolves, the information available to be shared with doctors online will increase. All visits can also be shared with a primary care physician.

  • Everyone on here pointing out the negative are being way too critical. Doctors are notorious for being laggers in technology. I used to have to still fax or mail in hard copies of papers doctors offices. This concept has a lot of value once we learn our way around it. It’s 2020, we have Alexa and smart houses now, telemedicine a great tool. It won’t replace the value of in-person care and evaluations, it never will. Yet, this is a game changer. Get on board.

  • Propagating telemedicine is just like talking good about e-leaning modules. The end user experience is down and would only benefit if there is a financial incentive for the customer. Remember boeing crashes due to bad I-pad based learning that resulted in countless deaths. This will also impact as even face to face doctor visits are not reliable unless the doctor has a reputation & experience and not a new one in the field.

  • After watching old Bernie speeches from 30 years ago on the same subject I’m thoroughly convinced that nothing will change for any reason short of violence.

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  • None of these health “experts” are talking about boosting immune function to minimize disease risks (vitamin D, vitamin C, NAC, boosting NAD+, lowering IGF-1, regular fasting, etc). That would make hospitals even less viable, and there would be a drop in Big Pharma profits too. What a sick system.

  • Seeing doctors talking about sustainability of an hospital based solely on money is pretty frightening. And what’s about the doctor complaining about having to prioritize the sickest of the sicks ;isn’t it what hospitals are made for?

  • What happens when doctors are replaced by computers who can run the same test based on the same set of outcomes? Are doctors really needed or do we need more nurses?

  • Tele health is a super fraud.
    If Tele health is applicable y we pay or insurance pay the same price. It’s like outsourcing
    Call center in China for chase n xfinity are paid 37cents per hour when giving service to American people. That is Tele call what’s the difference. Doctors gave symptomatic medicine on Tele health they don’t do surgery.
    This should be regulated by much less cost per patient r just terminate telehealth

  • Of course Trump is pushing his drug. It’s in his stock portfolio.
    Trump LAB RATS Americans For Profit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMoQNl4RaX8

  • Think about this, American people. The orange rat bastard might have gotten off, but at least now he can’t use the “Biden investigation at the last minute” scheme to his advantage in November to swing undecided voters. That plan is out the window. ����

  • Article: “Coronavirus: US intelligence warned Trump that pandemic was likely back in January: President failed to take threat seriously despite repeated warnings” by Shane Harris Independent March 21, 2020

  • Opioid epidemic. Hypocracy. People have a responsibility here. I understand that some will not have the discipline but I have seen so many people in pain over the past 3 years. It is sickening.

  • I hope not. The only time I had to use one was in late January, was extremely sick and they refused to give me anything but cough medicine. They were sure quick to take my copay though.

  • Healthcare shouldn’t be an area where profitability should be given such a high priority that doctors are churning out a lot of consultations per day at the expense of quality. Hope a balance is reached and that patients aren’t sacrificed for profits!!

  • Sir, I’ve been your supporter since day 1 and still your supporter. You said that you will not allowing socialism destroy our healthcare. The problem is, capitalism destroy our healthcare.

  • oh great so I’ll just go to web md next time I need to see the doctor I suppose. Wow we really have the best healthcare system in the world in america. This is a joke right?

  • “Despite the increase in revenue, Americans have been slow to adopt the practice.”

    Maybe because they can’t afford it. The number one reason for personal bankruptcy in America is healthcare costs.

  • Sounds good,,but the reality is Florida minimum wage $8.46 /heathcare $200 with deductibles/rent cost $900 a monthly,,
    normally the Democrat states are raising the minimum wage
    1, Seattle, New York California, Washington,,
    I vote for Bernie ��

  • “…wiping out the private health insurance plans of 180 million very happy Americans.”
    No applause for that one because Americans don’t love their health insurance. Trump is an idiot!

  • He said Obamacare works! This is a clean evidence how GOP is deceiving and they think we are stupids. These people literally fought to repeal Obamacare

  • Many people are afraid to go to the E.R. for anything because of the virus. Where is the curve in people not seeking medical help because of the virus threat? We already have to monitor ourselves with the basics. A lot of people are saying to me personally oh it’s just this or that which can feel like that or this. There is a lot of confusion running rampant! Which is correct?

  • very useful information i am so glad you have provided the information
    Other relevant articles to get inspiration https://axisbits.com/blog/Telemedicine-the-Future-of-Healthcare

  • Telemedicine is huge in the Nordics. It’s seen as an addition to the regular healthcare and is covered, or subsidized by the government. It has been around as apps like KRY or E-doktor for 10yrs. Undoubtedly the US mess of a healthcare system and digital divide creates a huge problem for this. For example. In Sweden over 98% of all people have access to high-speed fiber and 9/10 households have a computer. Most schools provides students with a computer or pad, so despite income almost everyone have access, same goes for most workplaces. Libraries also have public/pvt rooms free to rent for 20mins to an hour if you’re homeless or else.

  • Hello, I have been watching your channel in my country for a very long time. I noticed from last week that your channel disappeared from my TV in SD quality. Does this mean that your channel disappears from Poland? Regards

  • My wife has been seeing her patients using telemedicine from our basement for the past month. Hope it continues, or else, she’s living down there too (I’m high risk). Not in the US btw.

  • He says never let socialism destroy American Healthcare,…. and yet private healthcare is already doing that, because it’s private companies. I know this guy is full of it but I guess it’s not his fault. If you think about it it’s the fault of the Masters pulling all the strings behind the silk curtain,… private businessman. Dare To Speak

  • Trump we don’t love our private insurance that doesn’t even cover the full costs. Why don’t you mention what did to us vets insurance huh?

  • Donald Trump is a pathological liar an narcissist, sociopath, ConMan..period. Why did Donald Trump lied about pre-existing condition?

  • Telehealth should be adopted more. A big % of patient cconsultations is to go through labs and prescribe meds, you don’t need to be present for those.

  • in the end you still need a doctor or a specialist to feel that bump on the neck, or that hernia, or check that mole that needs to be removed to see if it is cancerous. You can’t do that all from telecommunication. We hate waiting in the doctor’s office, but for some crap like that you have to go to the doctor.

  • Im English and the global stats shows our NHS Nurses & Doctors are hero’s and public health services free at point of entry has saved more people here in the UK

  • Lets hope not because that would cost a lot more of this $$$ and could possibly be dangerous because of conditions or viruses such as bladder infection which need an in clinic visit. I personally do not trust it

  • Gee maybe universal healthcare might help? Maybe voting for Bernie might have helped and not pushing an old man with obvious cognitive issues, probably early stage Alzheimer’s? Maybe having Bernie finally drop out will be the ultimate downfall of America cause Trump really could win again? Great job establishment and establishment media! You really got what you wanted this time!

  • Could be change?…Will the American public think about this?..Watch the diverence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHxJeq8Md4o&t=15s