Since President Obama first took office he’s been working on a health reform called the Affordable Care Act, which will literally reform the United States’ current health care system almost completely. Health care is a very complex topic; it contains a multitude of different components. From employee-sponsored health coverage, to brand-name drug discounts, to calories listed on restaurant menus, there are a lot of changes being made with this reform.
It’s very easy to get lost in all the words, numbers, statistics, and regulations involved in a health care program, let alone a health care reform, and a lot of people are left wondering what it all means.
In an attempt to simplify all of the changes that will be taking place, this Infographic breaks down the components of the Affordable Care Act. Health care affects everyone, so it’s important to understand what changes are being made, why the changes are being made, what the changes are going to do for the country, and, most importantly, how the changes are going to affect you and your family.
Our Infographic is split up by years, from 2010 to 2020, and includes highlights of the major changes that are scheduled to occur each year. Whether you’re a single mom, a two-parent family, a low income family, a college student, a senior citizen, a small business owner, or the CEO of a major corporation, this health reform will affect you. This Infographic aims to explain how you’ll be affected in a way that’s easy to understand.