Affordable Care Act : A Study of the Modern United States Health Insurance System, The
In this paper I examine the outcome of the Affordable Care Act as it pertains to increases in insurance coverage. As part of this, I use prior projections provided before the law took effect by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office as a benchmark to determine whether the law met expected growth in insurance rates. The ACA was enacted to make many changes to the U.S. healthcare structure, including the adoption of insurance marketplaces and a cost-sharing system, the expansion of Medicaid, imposing both employer and individual mandates, and consumer protective rules. After examining data ...
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