The Supreme Court is set to rule on Obama Care and whether or not to keep it as is or make a change. Democrats and Republicans are making their side loud and clear for the public.
According to house majority leader, and West Chester, Ohio resident, John Boehner, Obama Care must be repealed in it's entirety. Democrats are pushing to keep Obama Care in place. Since the bill passed millions have taken advantage of some provisions like adult children up to age 26 on their parents insurance.
Locally, how things are done at St. Rita's will not change from the outcome of the decision. Bob Baxter, President of St. Rita's Medical Center, said "while health care reform did some things in terms of providing access in coverage to individuals. What we need to look at is beyond health care reform. What things can we do to make sure we provide well coordinated care, high quality care, and for us it's going to be looking at things like patient centered medical homes where can provide preventative services, well coordinated services, access to physicians office, that happens whether or not health care reform stands in it's current status or not."
The big question is if the individual mandate is constitutional, that part of the reform says that all Americans have health insurance or pay a penalty.