The new healthcare law, called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), is designed to protect consumers, make medical insurance more affordable and grant individuals with pre existing conditions access to affordable health insurance. It is applicable to individual, family and self-employed medical insurance plans, and employer sponsored group health insurance.
If you are searching for a clear, concise and plain English summary of the new healthcare law, forget about searching the web for an overview of the regulations. This summary is a great reference tool and can serve as your primary source of information. The section by section analysis is published by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
The NAIC assists state insurance regulators in: 1) protecting the public interest by promoting competitive health insurance markets and solvency of insurance institutions, and 2) improving the regulation of insurance. The NAIC also provides technical assistance to states and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regarding the implementation of PPACA.
Healthinsuranceadvisory.org helps individuals, families and the self employed find and secure low cost medical insurance, regardless of health status. We can identify medical insurance options that you may be eligible for, even if you have pre existing health conditions, including the new government Pre Existing Conditions Insurance Plan.
Our new healthcare law blog will provide you with timely news, information and commentary regarding healthcare reform so you can be informed and take advantage of many of the new provisions.