Motley Fool October 25, 2020
Jason Hawthorne

The past 10 years can tell us a lot about what will happen in healthcare after the November election, and what won’t.  

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed in March 2010 with the goals of increasing health coverage, slowing the growth of rising healthcare costs, and improving the quality of care. The law has had profound effects on the healthcare industry in the decade since its inception. The ACA eliminated annual and lifetime limits on coverage, ensured people with “pre-existing conditions” — such as having survived cancer or even being a woman — can’t be charged more or denied coverage, and spurred consumer-focused information like data-based star ratings for hospitals and calorie counts on restaurant menus. These changes had...

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