The Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as ‘Obamacare’,…

Question Answered step-by-step The Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as ‘Obamacare’,… The Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as ‘Obamacare’, passed congress without bilateral support in 2010. This Act was a start towards health care for all.  Like any new policy, changes are often needed after implementation and can be a cause for controversy. A number of additional policies have come on board incrementally. We are now many years past the original implementation. The most recent administration wished to do away with the Act that resulted in a number of changes but not an elimination of the Act.  Our current administration led by  President Biden has put their own stand on healthcare access. A pandemic and other recent events, may have altered some people’s views and healthcare access is changing and also being criticized.It is important for PHNs to understand what health care benefits are available to disparate populations. The ACA brought new eligibility for government funded health care to many, while some others saw premiums soar, and even felt they could no longer afford coverage.   Briefly describe one provision of the ACA  as you understand it and discuss if/why the current provisions may be controversial. Use at least one reference from a government web site. Be sure and check the updates/changes on the provisions. Health Science Science Nursing NURSING 101 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)