No. Obamacare is worse than what we had. Under Obamacare a person's premiums and/or deductible will go up (more money for the insurance companies), and quality of treatment will go down. We would have been better off sticking with what we had and passing legislation to cap premiums/deductibles, cap hospital overcharges, etc. The man who posted at the link below sums up how I feel about Obamacare:
Obamacare is the new Federal Reserve, doing the opposite of what it claims
We can't see what happened to us one hundred years ago, and we can't see what is happening to us now. A century ago, a string of calculated bank failures convinced us to give away the power to control our money, which immediately led to World War I, and the sequence of perpetual wars and economic crashes that have followed ever since.
Today, the passage of Obamacare has created a situation much worse, in which it has become absolutely illegal to think for yourself. Like one of those toxic psychiatric drugs, it is about to disfigure the American psyche permanently.
You no longer can do the things you know are good for your health, but instead you must obey what they say is good for your health, even though you know it is not. To disregard or ignore these disastrous orders is now a criminal offense.
Today, the world is scrambled in a jumble of deliberately false policies and bad outcomes with no avenue of appeal or correction. While we're focusing on one disaster, another creeps up on us undetected, and then another, and another, and another. False flag fatigue has turned our will to mush, unfathomable and irremediable frustration saps our strength, and the people supposed to give us our answers only exacerbate our distress with their pathetically criminal misrepresentations.
As with the creation of the Federal Reserve and the income tax in 1913, the creation of unconstitutional, law-ordered health care expenses that are inexplicably coupled with a higher deductible on government-mandated insurance policies assure that most people will pay more money for less care, and guarantee that an already impoverished populace will quickly become both sick and broke.
The Federal Reserve concept promised to bring financial stability to America but brought only runaway inflation and boom-and-bust cycles which robbed the people of their wealth. Today's dollar is worth less the five cents of what it was worth in 1913. Obamacare promises to improve health care for all, yet it will cost much more money, deliver much less care, and result in many more needless deaths.