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Always Best Care National Newsletter

October 8, 2012

How Health Care Reform
Affects Seniors

A special report to help you understand upcoming changes to health care legislation that may affect you

The new health care reform bill — officially, the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" — includes a variety of provisions that impact individuals, businesses, insurance companies, health care providers and the government. While some of the provisions have already taken place, many will be phased in over the next six years. It's important to understand the approaching provisions and what they mean for you. Areas of your lives that will be most affected may include your taxes, adjustments in your existing health care coverage, access to health care coverage, access to information and requirements of employers.

Seniors are the focus of major portions of the bill, including Medicare benefits, Medicare Part D drug coverage, and the Elder Justice Act. The Society of Certified Senior Advisors has assembled a white paper to provide factual and helpful information about the effects of health care reform legislation for seniors. Always Best Care is proud to share this important report with you. Click here to request your free report.

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