In 2010 president obama signed the affordable care

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Act, or TrumpCare. In 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, with the goals of providing more affordable health insurance toall Americans, expand patientprotections, improve the quality of care (quality, not quantity), and curb health care cost overallIn 2003, President Bush signed the Medicare Modernization Act with the goal of making coverage and prescriptions more affordable to older Americans © 2018 Laureate Education Inc.1
Identify the allocations of financial and other resources that the current and two previous presidents dedicated to this issue.It is estimated that by repealing the Affordable Care Act and incorporating the changes set by the Better Care Act that the plan will save $321 billion over the next decade, but will leave 49million people uninsured by 2026. The projected cost was estimated at $940 billion over the first 10 years. In 2012 thecost estimate increased to $1.7 trillion. The bulk of this cost came in 2014 with Medicaid expansion and CHIP to include more low-income people.Utilized congress, both Republican and Democratic parties from the House and Senate, and drug manufacturers. The 2002 campaign had the assistance of pharmaceutical and health product industries who gave $20 million to House and Senate campaigns, and political parties, spending close to $500 million on lobbying between 1996-2002 and employing 600 lobbyists.Explain how each of the presidential administrations approached the issue.Trump’s approach is mainly financial in that reducing the federal deficit is important.

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