The Affordable Care Act was signed by former President Barack Obama as the law to reform the health care industry on March 23, 2010, and was confirmed by the Supreme Court on June 28. June, 2012
The Affordable Care Act extends the services, quality, affordability and availability of public and private health insurance through consumer protection, regulations, subsidies, taxes, exchanges and other reforms.
Prohibits insurance companies from rejecting people for pre-existing conditions (such as weight or other medical history data). There are some requirements to qualify, such as having a minimum income and legal immigration status.
Obamacare health insurance has more than 10 million patients enrolled in their plans. It is the perfect combination of excellent medical coverage and affordable rates.