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Up to 16 million Americans are expected to gain health insurance coverage in 2014 under two major provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The coverage expansion, one of the largest in US history, is an opportunity for health systems to soften the blow of declining admissions, care moving outside of hospitals, and reduced government payments. Yet few health systems have developed comprehensive strategies to identify, educate and help enroll people in private health plans sold through the new insurance marketplaces known as exchanges.
PwC's Health Research Institute shares a deeper analysis of the implications of the 51 state exchanges that go live October 1, 2013 in our first of a two-part series Health exchanges open for business. For additional background on the impact of health reform, download and read our research and reports listed below.
PwC continually explores health policy proposals and their implications to the industry. The Affordable Care Act health reform legislation was the result of an evolution of ideas and debates on the complex and far-ranging aspects of access, finance and technology. For a deeper discussion of these issues, please consider these reports.
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