According to the researchers, the new health-care reform bill will not be of much benefit for the people of the United States.
The experts expressed their view while mentioning about the complexity of the U. S. health-care reform on Thursday.
The U. S. Government is hopeful that with the new reform bill, a large number of more citizens of America will be covered under the health insurance and will get primary care.
On the other hand, the Dartmouth Atlas analysis is critisising the Government's policy.
Dr. David Goodman, the leading member of the Dartmouth Atlas Project, believes that the primary care status of the country will not improve just by increasing the number of primary care physicians or enrolling more and more people under the insurance coverage.
To make the health-care reform bill more successful, it is imperative for the Government to have a high-quality care and a proper unified system so that people can benefit from other providers also.
As per the Dartmouth Atlas Project, many people, especially Blacks in America, are denied proper primary care facility. Around 42.9% Blacks do not consult a primary care physician.
The experts say that primary care should be accessible to all people, but after analysing they found that a lot of discrepancy is present in whole of the country.
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