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When Tax Reform Becomes Law, ACA’s Individual Mandate Becomes History. TUESDAY, Dec. 19, 2017 With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code it will mean the end of the Affordable Care Act’s controversial individual mandate. The joint Senate-House measure calls for repeal.

If Tax Reform Becomes Law, ACA’s Individual Mandate Becomes History Piedmont HealthCare. TUESDAY, Dec. 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) — With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory — a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code — it will mean the end of the Affordable Care Act’s controversial individual mandate. TUESDAY, Dec.

19, 2017 (HealthDay News) With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code it will mean the end of the Affordable Care Act’s controversial individual mandate. When Tax Reform Becomes Law, ACA’s Individual Mandate Becomes History With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory—a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code—it will mean the end of the Affordable Care Act’s controversial individual mandate. When Tax Reform Becomes Law ACAs Individual Mandate Becomes History TUESDAY, Dec. 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory a massive overhaul of the U.S. tax code it will mean the end of the Affordable Care Act’s controversial individual mandate. When tax reform becomes law, ACA’s individual mandate becomes history. (HealthDay)—With the Republican-led Congress preparing to hand President Donald Trump his first major legislative victory.

The new GOP tax bill repeals Obamacare’s individual mandate. But just what is the individual mandate—and what does it mean for you? Expect health insurance coverage losses and higher Obamacare.

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, Public Law 111–148, and Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, Public Law 111–152. Starting in 2019, TCJA set the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) individual mandate penalty tax to zero. Previously, households without qualifying health insurance were required to pay a penalty equal to the lesser of 2.5 percent of household income or $695 per adult and $347.50 per child, up to a maximum of $2,085.

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  • One of the best pieces of research done on the US healthcare market. Recently watched a Vox video on why healthcare is so expensive in the US. The conclusion was that it is expensive because companies can make it expensive and that we should regulate prices to make it illegal for them to make it expensive. Such intellectual laziness

  • This video is too confusing all you have to do is when you get your bill ask or see who gets paid what and where that money goes and for what. And you will see.

  • Non of what they state are facts… CBO came out stating Trump would cut back on Health care cost and only 11 Million were under Obama care.

  • So let me get this straight we pay them to rule on case’s that have issues in the lower court’s and they pick and choose which case they wish to hear? WTH How is that justice! We need to rethink our court system if their hearing about 1% then I feel they’re not doing the job. You mean to tell me that’s all they can handle, but yet lower court’s are jammed pack! BS!

  • Isn’t there also a precedent that if a case includes issues that are deemed “traditional” or “customary”, the Supreme Court will refuse to hear the case?

    Such as if the pledge of allegiance is mandatory to be recites in schools or if Christmas violates the separation of church and state?

  • I am only one in this Country that can override US Supreme Court I am God creation humankind human nature laws cause effect balance Universe elements. Master Three beat all and will challenge anybody body on truth if you have the balls bring it. yes our no?

  • If you don’t mind, may we “THE PEOPLE” be treated by the same medical service provided to Congressman Steve Scalise and Senator John McCain? I mean, our Federal Taxes paid for their insurance and they “DO” basically work for us! WHY NOT?????????

  • When you go without insurance for more than 63 days, does the 30% penalty for the year still apply if you just never get insurance after the 63 days are up? Would you have more freedom to choose a cheaper plan if you wanted to have some sort of insurance? There are a lot of people who pay hundreds maybe thousands of dollars. Many of them don’t like it one bit either.

  • American healthcare one of the biggest scams in the US, private companies out to make every dollar they can, bumping prices every year. Bernie 2020

  • Friedman arrived at a truly bizarre conclusion in suggesting that licensure decreased the standards of medical care. Sure, it flows beautifully from his argument. However, occasionally we academics arrive at these moments where we have to look at the conclusions we draw from our arguments and, if they are blatantly absurd, go back and reevaluate which postulates and assumptions laid out on the way to that conclusion are flawed.

    Of course licensure increased medical standards! Medicine is a practice built on the advancement of scientific knowledge and its application to a very particular situation patient care. Scientific knowledge does NOT work on economic principles. It advances as a body of knowledge which requires consensus amongst those qualified and trained to understand both how that knowledge is produced, how to test its veracity and how to advance it. This is where his model went wrong (and where some economists still go wrong.) The quality of medical care is dependent on expertise and ensuring that those who practice it are capable of that expertise. It can therefore be improved through regulation in this case, in the form of credentialing and licensure.

  • YOU CANT TALK ABOUT THE GOOD WITHOUT THE BAD> THIS KNOWN AS BIAS> If I was the Mayor of New York and I made major tax cuts and added hundreds of jobs then I am a great Mayor right>? What if I told you that same mayor swindled thousands of other people out of money buy scamming them illegally and left those same people hopeless and helpless through sheer greed? Great mayor right?

  • I never thought forcing people to buy health insurance was ever a good idea. It may have increased the number of people insured by 20 million but a lot of those people who were essentially forced to can not get things paid for despite it. There are millions more who would rather pay the tax penalty instead of being robbed by the insurance companies, instead they let the IRS rob them because it is less expensive that way.

  • The top comment says this video is ridiculously biased. The video, at the time I watched it, had 205 likes and 86 dislikes. I need no other information to come to the conclusion that this is biased towards the left/liberals.

  • This explains a history of the problem, but some of the more tangible variables seem to have been left out. Like, the cost of facilities, equipment, employee pay. How about loss due to incompetence and corruption? I find it hard to believe that it all comes down to a broken system. There is a human element that is being ignored here. There is a snow ball effect, of course. I think day to day corruption and monopoly were intentionally ignored here. The money can’t just disappearing into a mist of legal and administrative failures. These figures and changes of regulation and systematic structure, they don’t explain where all the money goes after it changes hands.

  • This whole thing was a cop out to bash Obamacare. It’s titled about why our system is expensive and why bills are so high, and then goes i to why Obamacare sucks.

    Medical care and health insurance are not the same thing. This was just a lazy video of some history and then dunking on ACA when it’s no longer relevant.

    Try actually talking to people who pay the bills are major health systems and see how greedy docs are. How gouged patients are on prices of basic drugs and devices and procedures. They touch on the ER and care, except an ER decent cost more to staff than a clinic. Docs rotate around between clinic and ER a lot unless they’re specialists. A floor nurse on float is the same as ER. If we applied the same logic, you’d have to pay 10x at Taco Bell at 2am because it’s WAAAAAAAAAY past dinner time and that taco stuffer is far more specialized because it’s dark outside.

    Drug costs can be reduced by offering 2 vial sizes of some of the most popular drugs, but then Big Pharma would have to take less. Docs could take less but then how would they let us know they’re better than us outside this hospital???

    Medical school could charge less, and those faculty could take less for their lazy schedules.

    Device companies could take less, but same as Big Pharma and the corporate world, corp profits MUST go UP! Health insurance could take less, but again, corps gotta profit more. And finally, prevention is worth more than treatment, but hospitals, devices manufacturers and pharma don’t make money from cures, they make money from treatment. It’s far better for the medical system to treat diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and obesity, than to cure or prevent it with a $40k/yr nutritionist.

    No hospital system merger has ever reduced patient costs, they still ALWAYS go up, because it’s all a corporation. It’s all about profits.

  • A educational, yet biased take, on the US health system.
    You use the “fundamental way of egoism, inherent in capitalism” to justify that health care should be paid by the one using it because of incentives to “cheat or exploid” the payer.
    That is a claim you haven’t backed up. Healthcare systems in other parts of the world are in clear contrast to your claim. A healthy person won’t try to take advantage of the sys em to become healthier.. An unhealthy person given the opportunity to get healthier will often take the help, lowering the sum of the total cost.
    Free your mind and think outside the box ��

  • Government should not be in the business of charity. Yes those of us who are responsible and work hard should help those to lazy or stupid to be able to afford to pay their own way but it should never be by force.

  • I would like to see counter points and your response to those points. If that was done in the making of the video, I would like to hear them. I don’t like it when videos have only “here are facts that support my POV.” Surely there’s some points not addressed here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Healthcare_reform_debate_in_the_United_States

    Thank you for the in-depth look. Now make a 5 minute video with lots of quirky exaggerated animations to get those million+views lol

  • Really now? Then why am I paying MUCH higher premiums than I did before Obama care? ACA allows insurance companies to do what they do best which is to get rich at the expense of the middle class. People benefiting from Obama care are the impoverished…which is fine, but…. much like welfare, there are people on it that are capable of working and yet are too lazy to go out and get a job that provides insurance to them, meaning….. I HAVE TO PAY MORE FOR THEIR LAZY ASSES. #Time for another American revolution.

  • The USA does not have a health care system. It has a health insurance industry. To say that the health insurance industry is a health care system is akin to saying that your auto insurance is your car care system.

  • Laughable. I would love to see how the incentivisation of the old to become young again, the blind to see, the lame to walk, would work in the pure market system. It would not, of course, and would institutionalize discrimination. Speaking of which, if that had happened in the 30s and staid the same until now you can bet your pants on the fact that blacks would get a higher premium, and the racist insurance companies would be defending themselves by saying “look, black males have much higher chance of getting killed at a younger age and be addicts!” I get the arguments and I do believe they are correct in that if the medical profession was deregulated from licencing and if the insurances would work on market basis, the normal person would have it a bit cheaper than what they have now. The minorities would however still suffer. The real solution is use our European system. You just cut the middle men and you give everyone healthcare from taxpayer money. Quality is supreme, waiting times are at least in my country basically zero.

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  • It sucks donkey balls, from the no guns sign outside of emergency room (which any maniac would obey) to the money grubbing bureaucratic psychopathic attitude instide which makes a patient even feel sicker after the experience, and financially drained to the extreme. A sick monopoly of slime!

  • I didn’t sign up for obamacare in a timely manner so I was charged $550.00 in which they took out of my checks every week and I still had no coverage.. fuk obama and obama care..

  • I don’t understand how people can get this issue so catastrophically wrong. If you levy price controls, you don’t have a choice but to pay that price, and we allow the government to just do this. They Decry vague ideas of “Greed” and “Profit” but they don’t even bat an eyelash when the government steps in with its power of monopoly to regulate these sectors of the Economy. If people knew even for a second the true nature of the relationship that our government has to healthcare, they would never allow it to invade our ability to choose a better system for ourselves.

    Great piece of research you’ve done here. Bravo.

  • Want cheep quality readily available healthcare to the most number of people? Get rid of about 80% of government regulation ban the fda put a 500% tax on any healthcare mass tort lawyers and their families receive and ban all med mal lawsuits and mass tort (class action). Most do not know but about 15-50% of medical bills are due to junk lawsuits and draconian regulations. Why do we have lawyers making medical decisions? Why is it that a drug company can spend a billion dollars and 10 years getting a new drug approved by the fda and 7 years later have to settle a class action lawsuit because to settle is cheeper than 3-15 years of litigation? Lastly since the fascist democratic party think commie care us great they should have to go to Venezuela for any and all their and their families healthcare needs.

  • “It is a sad day for America to see Senator McConnell humiliate the Chief Justice of the United States into presiding over a vote which rejected our nation’s judicial norms, precedents and institutions which uphold the Constitution and the rule of law,” Speaker Pelosi wrote. That’s all she wrote. That’s all she needed to say. Chief Justice John Roberts is going to come out of this thing looking like a tool and a fool because of McConnell’s machinations.

  • Maybe we should pull the greedy CEO’s out of their insurance company offices and beat them, string them from a pole and set their greedy asses on fire. that should lower the costs when those rich bastards are made an example of.

  • So isn’t Trumps judges farther right on the Spectrum because the parallels that’s defined left or right has moved? In one instance the left used to support a more secure boarder and regulated immigration

  • Political aside…..it’s pretty obvious this was a Liberal Oriented Video. Regardless of the Bias to the Left……the video fails to address the looming problem that will end Obama care. You can mandate the population to have health insurance. You can set up a program like the ACA and apply rules that participating Health insurers must live by as they participate. HOW-EVER…….what you can’t do? You cn’t force a private insurance company to sustain losses. One by one health insurance companies are dropping out of the ACA. Nobody should be surprised. The program requires that even those with pre-existing conditions must be covered……and it applies an extraordinarily WEAK and completely ineffective penalty on those healthy people who chose to NOT participate. The risk pool is so very tilted to participation of the most expensive patients…..Premiums are destined to explode to the upside within the plan. When rates hit that point when patients can’t or won’t pay…..insurers have no real choice left beyond just throwing in the towel and leaving the program. This is how obama-care ends. There will not be a “trump care”………the idea of repeal alone doesn’t have enough political support……the idea of a repeal and replace even less.