This book documents debate points of instituting a new law to replace the existing insurance-based, employment centered and administratively complex healthcare system that continued to gobble up billions of dollars in the nation's GDP. Prior to the passing of the Affordable Care Act, affably known today as OBAMACARE, the preponderance perception was that, rate of returns on investment in America's Health Care System was not yielding comparative returns as in other first world countries. To buttress or counter the argument for change, a reformed healthcare system, two volumes of the book was completed; and, volume one documents a collection of arguments in the area of : 1) Getting Started: Rebuilding and Aligning Democrats' Support for Health Care Legislation After the White House Summit; 2) Selling a Packaged Solution of Health Care Reform to the People; 3) Conflict, Hiccups and Arm Twisting in Selling a Packaged Solution of Health Care Reform; and, 4) Costs of a Packaged Health Care Reform Law and the heated Debates. It is the position of this collection of debate points, or book, that passing a packaged healthcare reform law that increases participation of more Americans in the healthcare system, affords for a more equitable and democratized healthcare system for more Americans
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