Many Americans are going bare in terms of healthcare coverage- 47 million according to statistics.

One of the main reasons for reforming the current healthcare coverage is in fact to address this issue.

Unfortunately, the current proposals intended for utilization by these uninsured, would squeeze a large segment of the population in the middle who do not have discretionary funds.

Congress proposes expanding Medicaid for the poor and providing subsidies for others to aid in private coverage purchase. Many will be earning too much for the cutoff and not enough to purchase the steep coverage, even with the subsidy, and can ill afford the copays and incurred costs.

Judith Solomon, a senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy generic ventolin 100 mcg inhaler Priorities in Washington agrees.

Despite the Medicaid expansion, 7.2 million adults would earn too much for eligibility. This translates to $21,000 for an individual and $44,000 for a family of four. Millions have earnings only just above this tier.

Richard Curtis, president of the Institute for Health Policy Solutions in Washington stresses that this segment of the American population will be forced to choose between healthcare coverage and bare necessities such as room and board as well as the expenses that arise in raising a family.

If forced to spend for the insurance, ask yourself what good having healthcare coverage will be if the person starves to death.