Technological integration into health services started in the year 2009, when the efforts started to give the hospitals and doctors the latest IT services in U.S. In the same way, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) in 2010.
Chief Justice John Roberts and his four fellow justices from U.S. Supreme Court support nearly all of the President Obama’s healthcare reform law. Supporters, of healthcare services through technological programs, services and devices, are optimistic for the reforms in the ACA.
“In addition to health insurance reforms, expansion of Medicaid eligibility and the creation of health insurance exchanges, the ACA includes a number of improvements dependent on or related to health IT capabilities including, electronic health information exchange (HIE); new methods to reimburse expenses based on quality of care, operating rules and standards; and health IT workforce development,” all of which would have been lost if the law had been reversed, according to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]“The court avoided, despite an enormous amount of pressure to invalidate this law, staining itself as excessively partisan,” said Bradley Joondeph, a law professor at Santa Clara University. “Think of the people who supported Chief Justice Roberts, who put him on the court, who were rooting for him.”