Appropriations and Fund Transfers in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Among its many provisions, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) restructures the private health insurance market, sets minimum standards for health coverage, and, beginning in 2014, mandates that most U.S. residents obtain health insurance coverage or pay a penalty. The law provides for the establishment by 2014 of state-based health insurance exchanges for the purchase of private health insurance. Qualifying individuals and families will be able to receive federal subsidies to reduce the cost of purchasing coverage through the exchanges. ACA also expands eligibility for Medicaid; amends the Medicare program in ways that are intended to reduce the growth in spending; and makes other changes to the tax code, Medicare, Medicaid, and many other federal programs.
THE DOCUMENT INCLUDES FOLLOWING FILES:
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