The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act have three major goals:

  • Expand Coverage
  • Reduce Health Care Costs
  • Improve the Quality of Care
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    Our Experience

    With our vast experience in managing health care for the nation’s most vulnerable, we are well positioned to address the challenges and growth opportunities of health reform.

    Our dedicated team of health policy analysts is here to provide information and assessment to our constituents, engage in constructive feedback throughout the regulatory process, and assist with the planning and implementation of functional changes that this legislation entails.

    What You Will Find On This Site

    Reform Spotlight – a running record of health reform in the news

    Library – a large collection of resources to help inform and educate on key health reform topics, including the Policy Options for States series, white papers, reading lists, health reform glossary and acronym guide, plus much more

    Timelines – timelines showing a summary of major provisions affecting the U.S. health system and health care industry, and select publicly funded health care programs

    Issue Briefs – statutory information of the Affordable Care Act broken down into easy-to-understand, issue-oriented briefing reports, including a series overview to get a complete list of issue briefs


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