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BidenCare Bronze Plan

Joseph R. Biden Jr. is the President of the United States, and millions of Americans are wondering what this means for healthcare. Joe Biden is a big supporter of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as "Obamacare." President-Elect Biden plans on expanding healthcare and believes that the ACA should be restored.

The main point of the ACA is that there are healthcare marketplaces that can appeal to people who might want coverage at different levels. Specifically, there are three levels to consider: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. As of right now, federal subsidies are based on Silver level premiums. The Bronze health care plan is the cheapest, but it also means a higher deductible. Specifically, the average deductible for the Biden Care Bronze Plan is $6500.

Does Bronze Make Sense?

The Biden Care Bronze Plan might be one of the most affordable concerning the cheapest premiums, but that doesn't mean that it will 100% be the most inexpensive way to go. The Bronze health care plan also means higher deductibles and out-of-pocket costs, and it also means that you would be responsible for 40% of the healthcare costs, in addition to your monthly premium. The Bronze health care plan would take care of the other 60% of healthcare costs.

There is some good news for those thinking about the Biden Care Bronze Plan - it's getting cheaper. Believe it or not, insurance premiums have been decreasing, on average, in recent years, which means that a Bronze health care plan is more affordable than usual.

Young Adults

It's also important to remember that the Biden Care Bronze Plan would also protect many young professionals. One of Obamacare's most impactful aspects was that it allowed an individual to remain on their parents' healthcare plan until they reached the age of 26. Since Biden's healthcare plan is based on Obamacare, this is great news for young adults that might be concerned about whether they are covered.

Those younger than 26 might not have the same health risks as those who are middle-aged, so a Bronze plan may make more sense for students and/or young professionals. Of course, millions of individuals are not covered on their parents' healthcare plan and require their own coverage.

Expanding Coverage

One of the real obstacles when it comes to people obtaining healthcare is that many states might disagree with the Biden Care Bronze Plans and Biden's hopes for healthcare in general.

Some governors have refused to adopt the ACA in the past, and there are likely to be some disagreements regarding Biden Care Bronze Plans and how they are implemented.

During Trump's presidency, he has actively attempted to repeal the ACA. Biden plans on expanding coverage as much as possible, and his goal is to provide premium-free access to the public option. Biden also wants to make sure that 100% of people who make below 138% of the poverty level are insured. He also wants to automatically enroll these individuals when they interact with specific institutions (public schools, for example).

Lifestyle Choices

Some people live different lifestyles, which might affect the kind of Bronze health care plan they end up choosing. One of the things to remember about the Biden Care Bronze plans is that they are best for those that don't expect that they will need prescription medication shortly or anticipate any major health issues over the next several years.

One of the great things about the Biden Care Bronze Plans is that you can always upgrade or alter your plan based on how your circumstances change. Of course, if you stay fit, and make very healthy life choices it will increase the chances of longer-term health. Obviously, this may be an easier decision than those who might drink or smoke regularly or live a lifestyle that involves different health risks.

Simplify the Process

Biden and the Bronze health care plan will not only be affordable, but Biden's plan is to make sure that accessing healthcare is much easier for the average American. Bidencare can make it so that you can choose the best policy, at the right price, and this plan also includes a free wellness visit and preventative care.

Under the Biden Care Bronze Plans, middle-class families will also get a tax credit to help them deal with Bronze health care plan costs. Their premium will also be capped at 8.5% of their total income. This means that health care plan costs may be cut by as much as 50% for many families.

Changing Prices

One of the most important aspects of Biden Care is that they will work to change the way that corporations can raise prices on drugs. Biden plans on repealing laws that bar Medicare from negotiating lower drug prices.

Under your Biden Care Bronze Plans, corporations that produce drugs that do not have any competition cannot just keep raising prices until you cannot afford them. Biden plans on limiting price increases on generic drugs, as well.

Improve Healthcare Quality

Biden has spoken about how he wants to improve the quality of health care, and the Bronze health care plan also means that there will be no more "surprise billing." This is a huge plus, considering that hospitals often use specialists that could lead to a "surprise billing" situation.

No one wants to get medical care only to find that their Bronze health care plan actually doesn't cover it at all. The Biden Care Bronze Plans will ban healthcare providers from charging out-of-network rates, which could end up saving you thousands of dollars.

Biden also believes that there is a real problem in the market concentration of healthcare providers. The Biden Care Bronze Plans are meant to change the idea that a handful of corporations should have all of our healthcare system's power. The Biden Administration plans on partnering with the health care workforce to reduce costs, as well.

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