Health Care Reform
The federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 set in motion a series of changes (health care reforms) that affect you, your family and your business.
The ACA is designed to improve the quality of health care and increase access to insurance coverage for all Americans. MVP Health Care is dedicated to making it simple for you to understand what is changing and what these changes mean for you. MVP works closely with federal and state agencies to comply with health care reform changes that are part of the ACA.
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Three Basic Parts of Health Care Reform
The ACA has triggered many changes since becoming law and many more changes will take place in 2014. Learn more about these changes and what they may mean for you.
Changes to what and who is covered by your health insurance
- Health Insurance Marketplace
State- or federally-run online marketplaces that let individuals and small businesses compare and purchase health insurance
Changes in the information that health insurers provide
Health Care Reform Resources
- HealthCare.gov (Health Insurance Marketplace)
- Health Reform (Kaiser Family Foundation)
- Health Reform Implementation Timeline (Kaiser)
- Uniform Glossary of Health Coverage and Medical Terms
Note: The information on this site should not be construed as legal or tax advice or as a recommendation of any kind regarding health care reform.