Saturday, April 05, 2014

Fast Five Friday: Affordable Care Act

The first enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act Insurance markets ended this week, and Obama administration officials reported that over 7.1 million people signed up for the newly created health exchanges. Learn more about the Affordable Care Act and its ongoing impact on health care accessibility using these five resources from YOUR Alexandria Campus Library.

K 3825 .L36 2010b
The Washington Post’s national reporting staff compiled this book to help people to make sense of how the Affordable Care Act impacts individuals, groups, and communities within the American healthcare system.

KF 3605 .A328201 A2 2010
Try to make sense of what the Affordable Care Act means for the federal and state governments, localities, and families using this volume.

RA 413.7 .U535 2011
The Affordable Care Act was enacted, in part, to address the high number of uninsured Americans. Discover the issues and controversies involved in creating coverage for segments of the US population previously uncovered in the private insurance system using this book.

KF 3605 .G65 2012
Interested in reading about the very contentious legislative battles that eventually lead to the passage of the Affordable Care Act? This book covers the history of health care reform from the Progressive Era up through the present day.

Click here to access AP Newswires
Monitor today’s headlines about the Affordable Care Act using this resource from the Associated Press. 

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