Affordable Care Act: Who Gets What
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation just released an excellent interactive slide show explaining how the Affordable Care Act addresses the various health insurance and financial challenges facing 47 million uninsured Americans.
Kaiser divided the uninsured into 10 groups – 28 million part-time workers, 8 million adults in their early 20s, and 3.5 million self-employed people, among others – with details about the specific provisions pertaining to each.
There’s a lot of detail here, so focus on the profiles that interest you most. Advance through the slides by clicking the arrow at the bottom of the screen. To return to the home page, click the “house.”
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I heard of this act and am wondering whether they have found out why these 47 million people are not insured. This is because it is the only way they can be helped without putting too much burden on them. Anyway, will check on it to see. Thanks for sharing.