The Affordable Care Act at Five Years: How the Law is Changing the Delivery of Care in the U.S.

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In the five years since the ACA was passed, the nation's attention has shifted from the law's insurance market reforms and the bumpy rollout of to the success of the marketplaces in covering millions of previously uninsured Americans. Far less attention has been paid to the parts of "Obamacare" that target problems with how health care is delivered and paid for, many of which become apparent when people receive their insurance card and seek out care.

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Date: May 2015
Author: The Commonwealth Fund