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Healthcare reform and policy changes have been a topic of debate for many years. The United States healthcare system has been criticized for being too expensive, lacking accessibility, and not providing quality care to all citizens. In response to these issues, policymakers have implemented various reforms and policy changes aimed at improving the healthcare system.

One of the most significant healthcare reforms in recent years is the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare. The ACA expanded access to health insurance coverage by creating health insurance marketplaces, providing subsidies for low-income individuals, and requiring insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions. Other policy changes include increasing funding for preventive care services such as immunizations and cancer screenings, promoting value-based care that focuses on patient outcomes rather than volume of services provided, and implementing electronic health records to improve communication between providers.

Overall, healthcare reform and policy changes aim to make healthcare more affordable, accessible, and effective for all Americans.