The affordable healthcare act inadvertently contributed to a complete government shutdown earlier this year due to opposition from the Republican party, despite the fact that the care act was not affected by the shutdown directly. With controversy still surrounding the act, people on both sides of the argument have weighed in anew to try and resolve the issue once and for all.
CarePilot is an online and mobile service that aims to help people take control of their health care options by offering a matching service for users to book appointments with regional affordable health care professionals. They have now created an infographic reiterating the case for affordable health care based on hard evidence.
The infographic shows the alarming state of the cost of healthcare in America even for those with full employment and insurance, with average additional medical costs to fully insured individuals still reaching over two thousand dollars. Often times Americans are not aware of how much healthcare costs can run up because there is such a discrepancy between how much different parties charge for medical care.
The piece draws from a wide variety of sources to collate its facts, including the New York Times, Washing Post, Business Week and Forbes, showing that a high quality of diligence has been taken not only in the presentation, but the preparation of the facts as well.
A spokesperson explained, “We created the infographic to present facts to the American people about healthcare costs. By sharing the infographic on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites our users can spread the word.”
CarePilot works on behalf of their users by taking extra appointment slots from trusted, accredited health care professionals and giving users the ability to book an appointment anytime, anywhere at a discounted rate. They help users to take control of their healthcare by allowing them to schedule their health care within time and budget constraints.
Visit https://www.carepilot.com/ for more information.
Name: Jeniffer Bailey