A User-Friendly Animated Explanation of the Affordable Care Act

September 22, 2010

The Kaiser Family Foundation boils down the new health law in an easy-to-understand cartoon video. The 9-minute spot explains the problems with the current health care system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in the future.

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  • Posted by Ayou  on June 29, 2012 at 4:07 pm

    Tried to watch this video and it does not work. Please post it on youtube!

  • Posted by AC  on June 28, 2012 at 7:17 pm

    Can you post this on a working hosting service like Youtube? Brightcove does not work.

  • Posted by AC  on June 28, 2012 at 7:10 pm

    The video is broken.

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    Never is the term affordable insurance defined. $100 per month per individual $50 $200 $300. How will the premiums be collected? Covered if behind in payments? How much of increase in Medicare premiums will happen between then and now and after? Again a big picture plan that sounds great without thought to details. State manditory car insurance is a failure how will this be different. And once the age of 26 is reached and the “child” even Married child is home and no coverage, no income do they go on Medicaid? Any way you look at it the working population will be providing care for the non working.
    Best of Luck America all this money to cover a population that chose other priorities over health insurace coverage. Oh yes and punish the evil hospitals and Doctors’ who are already underpaid and over booked with patients. This will run out of money just as the Catastropic Coverage Pilot in the 80″s tried by the great state of Illinois who is in deep debt doo doo.

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    Never is the term affordable insurance defined. $100 per month per individual $50 $200 $300. How will the premiums be collected? Covered if behind in payments? How much of increase in Medicare premiums will happen between then and now and after? Again a big picture plan that sounds great without thought to details. State manditory car insurance is a failure how will this be different. And once the age of 26 is reached and the “child” even Married child is home and no coverage, no income do they go on Medicaid? Anyway you look at it the working population will be providing care for the non working.
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