The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as "Obamacare", has helped millions of people get health care coverage. Before the ACA, health insurance was unaffordable and unavailable for many. Now, with Obamacare, if you meet certain qualifications, the government will help pay for your monthly premiums and out-of-pocket cost. And for those who have preexisting medical conditions, you can no longer be denied coverage under Obamacare.

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We Have You Covered Finding the right plan can be difficult. Each plan has its pros and cons, especially considering how costs can vary depending on the plan's monthly premiums, deductibles and co-pays. The good news is that ZIPLegal summarizes all the key info for you, making it easy to compare your options and decide. Whether you prefer to lower your monthly premiums with a Bronze or Silver plan, or need to lower your out-of-pocket cost with a Gold or Platinum plan -- we have you covered. In order to get an Obamacare Plan, you must sign up during Open Enrollment. If you missed Open Enrollment, you can still get an Obamacare plan during Special Enrollment. You qualify for Special Enrollment if you, or someone in your household, recently experienced certain life events -- such as losing health coverage, changing jobs, getting married/divorced, having a child, or moving, to name a few.

About the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly referred to as "Obamacare," stands as a transformative piece of legislation that has significantly expanded access to healthcare for millions of individuals. Prior to the ACA, numerous Americans faced insurmountable barriers to obtaining health insurance due to its unaffordability and lack of availability. However, since the implementation of Obamacare, a considerable shift has occurred. Now, individuals who meet specific criteria can benefit from government assistance to alleviate the burden of monthly premiums and out-of-pocket expenses. Moreover, one of the most significant achievements of the ACA is its protection of individuals with preexisting medical conditions, ensuring they can no longer be denied coverage solely based on their health history. This landmark legislation has fundamentally reshaped the healthcare landscape, offering a lifeline to those previously left vulnerable and underserved by the system.

The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, has brought about significant improvements to the U.S. healthcare system, expanding access to affordable coverage, protecting individuals with pre-existing conditions, and promoting preventive care and wellness. While the ACA has faced challenges and criticism, its benefits have been substantial, improving the health and financial security of millions of Americans across the country.