Healthcare Changes in Covid Era
The Covid era has been fraught with challenges for the healthcare industry. The new government’s policies have had a huge impact on how Americans access care and what they can afford. How did we get to this point? What does it mean for patients?
In 2020. Covid virus started to spreaded around the world and wipe out many lives. After Covid virus, America economy goes down. People in America get less money while health care prices went up.
In 2020, Covid virus started to spread back into the United States from China
“When it first became apparent that there was a national outbreak of this new strain, healthcare officials announnced that USA will figh against this virus. They have no choice.”
In 2021, President Trump announced that he will eliminate all Covid-related coverage provided by health insurance companies on January 2022
This is a challenging time for all citizens of USA and the world
When Covid virus first started to spread, it was not a big deal in the U.S., but then more and more people got infected with the virus which caused problems for all of us in America
Healthcare problems during Covid era are numerous: for example the hospitals are crowded and there is a shortage of doctors.
The Covid outbreak caused an economic downturn in the United States and China
After President Trump’s announcement, more people started to worry about their health care coverage
This new strain made many Americans unsecure about their future, health and job security.
Biden administration and the U.S. Congress representatives have been working together to provide new solutions for this problem, like Medicaid expansion and Medicare-for-All plans
However, many Americans are still worried about their health care coverage
The future of healthcare in America is uncertain because it will depend on how we deal with this pandemic and on our access to vaccines.