BenefitsPRO November 22, 2021
Alan Goforth

Take a look at how have FSAs, HSAs, HRAs and other consumer-directed health accounts have fared over the past decade.

If Mark Twain worked in the health care industry, he likely would say that reports of the death of the Affordable Care Act have been greatly exaggerated. Despite numerous attempts to amend or even repeal the ACA, it remains viable for millions of Americans.

“The ACA is the most comprehensive American health care reform legislation since the 1960s,” said Bo Armstrong, chief marketing officer for DataPath, which develops benefits administration technology. “The reality is that the ACA is still extremely young, but it has caused massive tidal waves throughout the health care industry. For some people, it has gone too far...

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Topics: ACA (Affordable Care Act), CMS, Govt Agencies, Insurance, Patient / Consumer
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