Explains how the new state exchanges required by the Affordable Care Act will improve health coverage for state residents and small businesses.
Describes five key provisions of the Affordable Care Act that are in effect and lists the number of people in each state who are benefiting from each provision.
Protecting Seniors and People with Disabilities: Why It Is Important to Preserve the Maintenance of Effort Requirement in the Affordable Care Act
Discusses how stripping the maintenance of effort requirement from the Affordable Care Act will negatively affect Medicaid enrollees, their families, and their state economies.
Preventing Unwarranted Exceptions to the Affordable Care Act's Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) Requirements
Explains the opportunities for advocacy if state insurance regulators seek adjustments to the MLR requirements for their individual markets.
Find out what your state needs to know about coordinating enrollment in coverage through Medicaid, CHIP, and your state's health insurance exchange.
Learn what "grandfathered" plans are and which requirements health plans need to meet in order to keep this status.
Explains why the Affordable Care Act's historic Medicaid expansion is instrumental to health reform and all of the benefits it will offer to low-income Americans.
Explains why we shouldn't cut long-term care for America's seniors and discusses the new consumer protections in the Affordable Care Act's for Americans who need long-term care.
Explains how the Affordable Care Act provides better health insurance for low-income children and extends coverage to the 7.3 million children who are still uninsured.
Helping People with Long-Term Health Care Needs: Improving Access to Home- and Community-Based Services
Examines how the Affordable Care Act gives states an incentive to expand home- and community-based services in Medicaid for people who need long-term care.