The New Healthcare Law and You
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a piece of federal legislation that made sweeping changes to how health insurance is obtained and paid for and became law in 2010. While many changes to the law are being discussed, the provisions of the law remain in effect today. To help people understand the law, Interact for Health provides information written in everyday language.
How will your health insurance costs change?
How will health insurance costs change for small businesses?
How Will Insurance Coverage Change for Women?
How will health insurance coverage for your children change?
I have a Mental Illness and Private Insurance
I have a Mental Illness and Medicare or Medicaid
How will your insurance costs change if you have a mental illness?
I have a Substance Use Disorder and Private Insurance
I have a Substance Use Disorder and Medicare or Medicaid
How will your insurance costs change?
How will the new healthcare law affect you if you have a disability?
What is the individual mandate and will it affect me?
How will the new healthcare law affect preventative care?
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