ObamaCare Versus RomneyCare: Where the Presidential Candidates Stand on Health Care

Health care is a pressing issue in the upcoming presidential election. Currently, about 48 million Americans are uninsured. With no or very limited access to quality care to diagnose, treat and prevent disease, this segment of the U.S. population is in serious trouble—unless of course, they never get sick.

Quite frankly, your vote could affect your health as well as the next person’s, not to mention the type of care you receive over the next four years. Health care reform impacts everything from your physical well being to your insurance carrier.

Mitt Romney vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act a.k.a ‘Obamacare’ if he is elected to office while President Obama stated the plans were based on an identical model. When it comes down to it, the presidential election is around the corner and the time to choose is near. Health care spending accounts for about 18 percent of the U.S. economy so a lot is on the line.

To help you make an informed decision about the name you select on the ballot, HealthCareerWeb has included an infographic (courtesy of GoHealth) that lays out a side-by-side comparison of each candidate’s plan. Which one looks better? Hmm, Obamacare or Romneycare?

Well, my friend, that decision is totally up to you. Just remember, regardless of your political views, sickness comes to all. Your health, your vote. Make it count.

Obamacare vs Romneycare
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View a detailed comparison of each candidate’s health care plan here.

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