Health Insurance and Benefits Library . . .
Health Care Reform
In 2010, the U.S. government enacted new health care reforms through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to provide Americans with improved health care rights and benefits. For detailed information on these changes, please see the following links.
This tool allows individuals to see how they are affected by the Affordable Care Act in a format that provides quick responses based on user's coverage status, household size, income, and other criteria.
Provides an overview of health care reform, including how the law works; how individuals, families, and businesses will benefit from the law; and myths and facts about the law.
Link to a PDF of the Affordable Care Act, signed into law in March 2010, which puts in place health insurance reforms to hold insurance companies more accountable, lower health care costs, and enhance health care choices and quality for Americans.
Provides comprehensive information to help you understand the Affordable Care Act, as well as a private and public health insurance screening tool, information on preventive services, and tools to help you assess health care quality. This Web site is managed by the Federal Government's US Department of Health and Human Services.