Health Care Reform Simplified
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Health Care Reform Simplified

Guide Your Family and Your Business through Health Care Reform
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David Parks
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Health Care Reform Simplified explains the new federal law that implements groundbreaking changes in the U.S. health insurance industry and in patient care.
Overview: Health Care Reform Past and Future Early Changes: Health Care Reform's First Ups, Downs New Choices: Individual, Family Insurance Options Business Trends: Tackling Taxes, Mandates, Incentives Insurance Shift: Law Changes Market Rules, Regulations New Medicine: Law Attacks Errors and Inefficiencies Medi-Growth: Medicaid, Medicare Poised to Expand Info Overload: Law Brings Communication Challenges Who Pays? Health Care Reform to Cost $1.4 Trillion War on Reform: New Law Faces Legal, Political Attacks
Health Care Reform Simplified describes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. It translates the law's complex language into terms that are easy to understand, explaining what the new law does, when its provisions take effect, and how to plan for individual, family, and business health coverage. This book outlines the financial impact of the law and how it affects businesses, insurers, hospitals, and doctors.
Most important, this book gives consumers and employers the critical information for making informed choices about new options for private and public health insurance coverage. It also describes how the law interacts with Medicare and Medicaid. Finally, it looks at the potential roadblocks-political and judicial, as well as economic-that may derail some of the provisions. But with nearly half the Act's provisions in force already, there is no time to lose in understanding how this legislation affects U.S. health care providers and consumers today .

Explains health reform in easy-to-understand terms
Provides guidance on options for anyone buying health insurance, whether for family or employees
Details the impact on businesses, medical professionals, and insurers
Charts the potential impact of political opposition to the act
Explains who will pay for reform and where the cost savings lie-under both best and worst scenarios