Affordable Care Act Explained: New Brochure Series

by Rebecca Farley on December 6, 2010

The Department of Health and Human Services has developed a new series of brochures to help Americans understand the Affordable Care Act and how it is improving consumer protections, lowering costs and increasing coverage.

The brochures developed to date include:

  • The Affordable Care Act – What it Means for You
  • The Affordable Care Act – What it Means for Employers
  • The Affordable Care Act – What it Means for Small Business
  • The New Health Care Law – What it Means for You and Your Family
  • The Affordable Care Act – What it Means for Rural America
  • The Affordable Care Act – What it Means for Young Adults
  • The Affordable Care Act — What it Means for Those with Pre-Existing Conditions
  • Patient Protections & Insurance Reforms
  • Poster: Are You Eligible for the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan? (Available in English and Spanish)
  • Medicare and the New Health Care Law — What it Means for You
  • Closing the Prescription Drug Coverage Gap

All brochures are available here from Healthcare.gov.

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