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DOL EBSA Health Reform

  • Find more information about the Affordable Care Act regulations and laws for both workers and employers
  • Many employers have mandated research studies and surveys, which are available here as well
  • The Affordable Care Act was passed in 2009, and has provided healthcare coverage to millions of people who could not otherwise afford coverage

The US Department of Labor has established the Healthcare Reform Affordable Care Act website to provide legal information for both employees and employers. Employers can find all the legal information they need about the ACA, including Affordable Care Act Implementation FAQs.

Workers and employers can learn through compliance workshops, seminars and webcasts like the Affordable Care Act Compliance Assistance webcast. Participant workshops and webcasts are available for instances like “Health Coverage Options if Losing a Job.”

Users who are looking for information on the specifics of their employment based health care plan, or those who are seeking coverage can visit the Department of Labor’s consumer page.  The Affordable Care Act law does prohibit employers from retaliating against employees who report violations of the Act’s health insurance reforms.

DOL EBSA Health Reform Footnotes

  • The US Department of Labor has their headquarters at 200 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC 20210
  • Can be reached at 866-444-3272
  • The Affordable Care Act was passed in November of 2009, and has since provided healthcare coverage several millions US citizens would not otherwise have been able to afford medical coverage
  • This was regarded as the largest overhaul of the American healthcare system since the introduction of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965

Studies showed that the average number of Americans who did not have health coverage in 2014 was 11.4 million fewer than people who did not have coverage in 2010. In 2015, the Supreme Court upheld their decision that federal subsidies must help individuals pay for health insurance in every state, not just those states that have set up state healthcare exchanges.

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