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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) includes numerous provisions on acute care. However, most of these provisions will be refined in the coming months by implementing regulations from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Labor (DOL), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The information below reflects current information on the ACA as refined by any subsequent implementing regulations.
Access to Emergency CareAnnual Limits Appeal of Denial of ClaimsChoice of DoctorsConsumer ProtectionsDependent CoverageHealth Insurance ExchangesIndividual Responsibility (referred to as the "Individual Mandate")Lifetime Limits Medicaid Expansion Pre-Existing Conditions ExclusionsPre-Existing Conditions Insurance Plans (also known as 'High Risk Pools")Premium Credit Subsidies
Fraud and Abuse Requirements
Free Choice Vouchers Grandfathered PlansOther Employer Provisions Providing Health Insurance Coverage for EmployeesSmall Business Tax Credits
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