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(HealthCare.gov, n.d.) Citizens who have Medicaid have a process comparable to that of the HMO plan and must acquire a prescription/referral from a primary care provider to see that specialist. (Medicaid.gov, n.d.) In Great Britain the process appears to be the same, a citizen must acquire a prescription/referral from a primary care physician to see that specialist. (NHS choices Your health, your choices, n.d.) 2c. The U.S. passed a law in 2014 that requires insurance companies to offer coverage for all healthcare conditions including pre-existing. Insurance companies are also not allowed to charge more or refuse to pay for any pre-existing healthcare issues. (HealthCare.gov, n.d.) Due to Great Britain’s universal healthcare system, pre-existing conditions are not a concern for any of its residents as all conditions are covered. (NHS choices Your health, your choices, n.d.) 3. There appears to be a large gap regarding financial implications of healthcare in the two countries. In the U.S., citizens may face large copays and deductibles that are draining on their finances where as in Great Britain there appears to be few areas where citizens are financially responsible for their care. (NHS choices Your health, your choices, n.d.) In the U.S.
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C489 TASK 3 4 the AFA was passed in 2014 mandating that all citizens have health insurance.
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