The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, was authoritatively marked into law on March 23, 2010. It was created to make healthcare lower-priced and effectively available to a more extensive scope of Americans. Under the law, individuals in the United States who do not meet all requirements for an exemption are obligated to acquire a minimum amount of healthcare coverage.Supporters of Obamacare defend that it has had several benefits since its enactment, such as reducing the uninsured rate and enabling a huge number of Americans to acquire health insurance via the new health insurance exchanges and the inflation of Medicaid. The article “How Trump Could Save Obamacare, and Himself” by Nancy-Ann Deparle states that twenty-four million people are now insured as a result of the PPACA. This is the lowest uninsured percentage on record (Deparle). Be that as it may, it is neglecting to satisfy its assurances of price regulation, affordability and enhanced level of treatment. It does not guarantee coverage for everyone and is unsustainable in the future. It is imperfect because of bureaucratic compromises that prioritize corporate stakeholders in the medical-industrial complex above the necessities of patients and their relatives. A more basic health care reform is necessary to give Americans the capacity to select, regulate, and carry their personal insurance.ObamaCare’s concentration on lowering prices means that Americans will have more restrained accessibility to premier hospitals that provide state-of-the-art treatments that the most ailing patients need. Carol Liebau discusses in her article, “ObamaCare Limits Patient Choice”, that hospitals such as Cedars-Sinai and the Mayo Clinic are high-priced and under competitive pressure because of Obamacare. Insurance corporations are in a larger hurry than ever to cut costs (Liebau). However, Americans are coming to realize that those hospitals aren’t just thoughtless profit centers. They are pricey because they provide advanced medical care or they offer the specialized treatments that the most ill patients require. Many Americans who had plans they could afford and had access to leading healthcare providers, find that under ObamaCare, they are being excluded from high-quality care unless they want to pay much more for it.True health reform should help increase individual control of health insurance and focus on encouraging the purchase of insurance policies that can be taken with the consumer in an open-market. Obamacare uses government-run insurance exchanges to limit individual choice. According to “After Repeal of Obamacare: Moving to Patient-Centered, Market-Based Health Care” by Curtis Dubay, the nation needs to move into a patient-centered, market based system that focuses on the people and not the government. Obamacare gives the government the responsibility of making health care decisions (Dubay). Americans require a health care system that they control. Buyers ought to be able to decide how to meet their medical coverage needs in a free market for insurance.