Paradigm Shift in Healthcare

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Topic:Paradigm Shift in Healthcare
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed comprehensive health reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, into law. Require most U.S. citizens and legal residents to have health insurance. Create state-based American Health Benefit Exchanges through which individuals can purchase coverage, with premium and cost-sharing credits available to individuals/families with income between 133-400% of the federal poverty level (the poverty level is $19,530 for a family of three in 2013) and create separate Exchanges through which small businesses can purchase coverage. Require employers to pay penalties for employees who receive tax credits for health insurance through an Exchange, with exceptions for small employers. Impose new regulations on health plans in the Exchanges and in the individual and small group markets. Expand Medicaid to 133% of the federal poverty level.
The reason I choose this topic was because, the Affordable Care Act is still one of the biggest topics in America today. ACA will help individuals to comparison shop among the different plans. With costs now transparent, and increasingly quality information being made available, enrollees will be better equipped to make informed choices about the best plan for themselves and their families. The Affordable Care Act puts consumers back in charge of their health care. Under the law, a new Patients Bill of Rights gives the American people the stability and flexibility they need to make informed choices about their health.
The public exchanges offer standardized benefits and comparable pricing. Each plan, from platinum and gold to silver and bronze, varies in monthly premiums and patient cost-sharing requirements. Previously, healthcare pricing and benefits constituted nothing less than a black box. Plans varied widely in what was covered and how much an individual or family needed to pay out of pocket. It took an actuary to figure out which plan had the most value.