the inside story of America's new health care law and what it means for us all
What it means for us all. The best, the worst, the future ; Priority one : expanding coverage ; The individual mandate : how it will work ; The insurers : more customers, more restrictions ; The insured : it's status quo
for now ; Under thirty : joining the system, like it or nor ; The Medicare changes : dollars and doughnuts ; Long-term care : a new national option ; Delivery of care : breaking bad habits ; On the front lines : how medical practice will change ; Preventive measures : more carrots and more sticks ; In the workplace : what it means for employers ; Medicaid's expansion : the impact on the states ; Paying for it : taxes, penalties and spending cuts ; The abortion fight : what the compromise means ; The rest of the story : mental health, dental, and more
The law. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ; The Health Care & Education Reconciliation Act
Inside story of America's new health care law and what it means for us all
Health care reform
Long-term care facilities
Health services accessibility
This book by the staff of the Washington Post is a guide to the Affordable Care Act that covers how the law was passed, what it means for consumers, and a summary of the law itself.
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