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HealthDay Offers 5-Day Series on the Affordable Care Act

NORWALK, Conn., (September 23, 2013) -- Starting today and running all week, HealthDay will publish a five-part series examining the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama's landmark yet controversial health-reform law that will affect virtually all Americans.

The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, aims, among other changes, to offer expanded health-care coverage to millions of Americans currently without insurance. It seeks to do this, in part, by requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance or pay a tax. Several key provisions of the law take effect Oct. 1.

The stories will focus on different segments of the U.S. population and how the law will affect them.

  bullet The first-day main story discusses so-called health insurance exchanges, or marketplaces, which are designed to function like “shopping malls” for health insurance. The first day of the series also includes a story that explains why younger adults' participation is key to making the health-reform package work.
  bullet The second-day story looks at how the Affordable Care Act will affect workers with job-based health coverage.
  bullet The third-day story discusses the law's impact on workers who don't have insurance through their jobs.
  bullet The fourth-day story looks at the law's impact on Medicaid recipients and others without the money to buy health insurance.
  bullet The fifth-day story explores the law's likely impact on Medicare and the people who rely on that government-run insurance program.

HealthDay's consumer news is available here. To see how our health news licensing and syndication services and products can benefit your business or organization, contact us.

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