Affordable Care Act Results In Better Health Outcomes


A new study indicates that implementation of the Affordable Care Act has improved health outcomes for people across the united States. Specifically, the number of people who lacked health insurance dropped by 7.9% and the number of people who had no personal physician dropped by 3.5% after ACA plans went on sale on government-run exchanges in October 2013. The improved results were also most striking in states that also expanded Medicaid programs under the ACA to include more poor people.

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