By Norma J. Goodwin, M.D., Founder & President, Health Power
Key Institutional Beneficiaries:
(b) generate healthier populations,
Greatest Barriers to Implementation
millions of their residents that they would otherwise be able to receivet; and2. Not establishing medical exchanges (marketplaces) and/or fully supporting their
development and operation.
Much effort must be given to reversing uncooperative states, through coordinated action in each such state,
In spite of the multiple benefits of the Affordable CareAct/Obamacare,it is also a complex program. Therefore, much more attention must be given to:
2. Active and continuous promotion of Obamacare and support of enrollment, especially among younger and healthier segments of the adult population.
Because Health Power is committed to assisting public education and promotion efforts, we have compiled the following package of simply stated, user-friendly and short informational messages,some of which also serve as convenient tools for use by advocates, and potential enrollees.
Our Tagline: Knowledge + Action = Power!
- 1. 10 Simply Stated Key Features of the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare
- 2. Key Implementation Needs Related to Obamacare
- 3. 10 Messages for Active Use by Obamacare Supporters
- 4. Confusion between ObamaCare and Affordable Care Act Terms, and Silence of Supporters Strengthens Opponents
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