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Obama inviting ideas to reform health care system

Obama inviting ideas to reform health care system

US President Barack Obama has invited many dignitaries and officials to a meeting to discuss ideas to help develop a modified health care system for the country. The meeting will also help in finding way-outs to fight the rising health care costs in times of the current recession. This article summarizes the entire story.

The President of the United States, Barack Obama has requested the White House and above 120 of its officials, who possess a varied set of ideas, to reform the health care system of the country. Plus, Obama has also sought various views and proposals to minimize the cost of expensive health insurance and huge healthcare expenses in the whole of USA, as a result of which many of the residents of the country are devoid of any insurance policy.

A big association of physicians, patients, doctors, nurses, business tycoons, health insurance providers will assemble on February 5, 2009 for a discussion, with huge expectations to create support for tough contests in the field of health care. The Republicans are also requested to convene in the meeting and will also be encouraged to put forward their ideas.

The Chief of the White House Domestic Policy, Melody Barnes, has remarked that President Obama desires to maintain good relations with the Congress through an understandable and bipartisan approach.

In the list that contains the names of the people who were invited, includes even those who aided in suppressing the health care renovation scheme proposed by the Bill Clinton administration.

Many people, who opposed President Clinton's health care reform proposals, were also seen to express their gratification to the President for letting them in to the scheduled meeting. Kahn; the person who was employed in the insurance company at the time of President Clinton's administration, now currently presides over the Federation of American Hospitals was

As per President Obama, the rising health care expenses have become almost impossible for the people to keep up, especially when the entire world is in the prey of the current recession phase. The Government of United States pays a sum of $2.4 trillion annually on health care, but still it has been found that about 48 million residents of the country are devoid of any health insurance policy. The aim of President Obama is to make health insurance accessible by all people.

Barnes claimed that Obama is much confident to pass the health care bill in this year 2009 only. Although, the President prefers making the health care reform bill as bipartisan, he has vowed not to step back although the partisans and the interest groups opposes the bill and create problems in the way.

Barnes has already clarified, that those who will try to create hurdles before the way of the implementation of Obama's health care bill will not be put up with. As per Barnes, it is very much important that the people, their family members and the big business establishments to support the bill in order to combat the escalating health care costs.

Senate Republican Chief of Kentucky, Mitch McConnell let on the loose a letter to President Obama, confirming about the participation of his party to assist Obama's health care administration. However, McConnell has also claimed that health care renovations should not give rise to a system controlled by the government and must counterbalance the increase of health insurance coverage with reductions in health care expenses.

In cooperation to Obama's initiatives, generous advocates have organized to compel the Congress to pass the bill, by this year 2009. The President of Kaiser Family Foundation; Drew Altman has remarked that the meeting summoned by Obama is a stepping stone to the health care reform implementation. However, it will require more time to proceed after considering all the ideas from different dignitaries. On February 4, 2009 some discussions about the proceedings of the meeting has been already discussed.

Max Baucus; the Chairperson of the Senate Finance Committee, D-Mont; who will head the formulation of health care bill, has forwarded queries on the planned first installment of $634 billion for health care coverage expansion; which was introduced by President Obama in his budget plan of 2010.

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