While we’ve spent much of the last six years criticizing the Affordable Care Act, the law does do some good things. In this two-hour ethics course, we’ll examine the ways the health reform law has helped individuals, employers, and Medicare beneficiaries.
Tagged: Patient Protections
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act created a number of new patient protections, many of which became effective with the first renewal on or after September 23, 2010. Other patient protections become effective on the plan’s first renewal date in 2014. Some of these changes are grandfathered, meaning that a plan in effect on March 23, 2010 does not have to implement them, while others are non-grandfathered and must be included in all plans.