The Affordable Care Act is a federal statute in USA passed by President Barack Obama on 23 March 2010. The act, which is also called ACA or Obamacare, represents the most important regulatory service of the US healthcare system. According to the act, hospitals and primary physicians would alter their practices monetarily, technologically, and clinically to acquire enhanced health consequences, lower expenses, and get-better their sharing and accessibility methods.
The Affordable Care Act or Obamacare was deliberated to increase the quality and affordability of health insurance and to reduce the rate of uninsurance by reducing the expenses of healthcare and develop the insurance coverage. In the following video, president Obama are talking about Affordable Care Act with Vox’s Ezra Klein.