ACA Financing

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is a nonpartisan federal agency that provides budget and economic information to Congress. They usually model estimates for the 10 year periods, such as 2010-2019. They have estimated that over 16 million previously uninsured Americans would be covered by Title I and II each. However, after the Supreme Court rules that the individual mandate was constitutional,…

ACA Titles Explained

ACA Titles Explained (Part I through V) Title I Affordable & Available Coverage: 1. Some of the provisions of this title took effect in 2010 and 2011, like the ability of young adults to stay on their parents coverage till 26, which resulted in 3 millions individuals being covered. Annual/lifetime limits were removed – With the limits, even…

The 10 Titles of the ACA

The Ten Titles of the ACA The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed in 2010 but only in 2014 did it go into full effect. The ACA is comprised of 10 titles. You can think of each titles as a chapters. They all deal with different health policy issues. Title 1 Affordable and Available Coverage -…

Timeline of the Affordable Care Act

Timeline of the Affordable Care Act 2005: American Medical Association , American Hospital Association, the health insurance industry and the pharmaceutical industry began to realize that the current healthcare system wasn’t working. It was a significant drag on the economy. 2006: Mitt Romney passes broad health reform law for all of Massachusetts (healthcare for all)….

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