Find your State's Official Health Insurance Marketplace. Contact your states marketplace now to find out if you qualify for a special enrollment period. You must have coverage that starts by May 1st, 2014 to avoid the per-month fee for not having health insurance.
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The Obama Health Care Plan or Obama Care Plan is a plan for health care reform in the US. This plan was presented as a new health care bill, officially titled the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010, otherwise known as "ObamaCare". The bill was signed the law by President Obama in 2010. ObamaCare has already aided millions of Americans afford better quality health insurance, helped to reform the health insurance industry and has expanded Americans healthcare rights. The bill also aims to reduce wasteful spending in healthcare.
If you don't have a health care plan you'll most likely need to obtain some type of coverage by 2014 or will have to pay a per month fee on your taxes. This fee is part of the ObamaCare Individual Mandate.
Luckily, starting in October 2013 tens of millions of more Americans will be able to purchase more "affordable" health care plans using the online marketplaces for health insurance known as the healthcare exchanges.
Check out our guide to buying health insurance under ObamaCare to help you understand your insurance options for 2014 and how you could get cost-assistance via your State's Health Insurance Marketplace.
The healthcare reform offered by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010 is a reformation of our healthcare system to better be able to aid and treat the large percentage of Americans who suffer everyday without the proper health insurance. Obama's health care plan includes a large number of reforms, Read more about ObamaCare's Health Care Reforms.
The Obamacare Healthcare bill is a bill enacted to grant more rights to Americans who struggle to obtain health insurance. ObamaCare offers subsidies to low and middle income Americans to aid them in obtaining affordable quality health insurance and also does things like expand Medicaid to almost 20 million more Americans.
The new healthcare law also seeks to reform wasteful spending and health care programs that aren't working. Obamacare ensures that Americans will be able to seek medical attention regardless of preexisting conditions or income. Obama's health care bill regulates the insurance companies, but your health care decisions are still made between you and your doctor. See more of ObamaCare's Benefits.
Obama's plan for healthcare reform and outlined what would be in the current Obama healthcare bill. Obama's health care bill is packed full of changes to the way insurance works and the healthcare system. Our site describes many different aspects of what ObamaCare does for you. Please see our health care reform timeline for a more in-depth view.