Recent health care reform legislation will greatly increase the availability of health insurance and broadly impact the delivery of health care in America. These fact sheets look specifically at how the legislation affects aspects of Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance and coverage, the health care delivery system, prevention, long term care options, and the primary care workforce.
- The Creation of American Health Benefit Exchanges
- How Health Reform Will Affect Health Care Quality and the Delivery of Services
- Health Reform Changes Insurance Rules
- Health Care Reform Legislation Closes the Medicare Part D Coverage Gap
- How Health Reform Adjusts Medicare Advantage Payments and Rewards Quality of Care
- Health Care Reform Legislation Increases the Availability of Health Insurance
- Attacking Waste, Fraud and Abuse in Health Reform
- Health Reform Provides New Federal Money to Help States Expand Medicaid
- Health Reform and the Workforce: Will There Be Enough Providers?
- Health Reform Initiatives to Improve Care Coordination and Transitional Care for Chronic Conditions
- Health Care Reform Improves Access to Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services
- Improvements to Medicare’s Preventive Services under Health Reform
- Understanding the New Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Program
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