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ObamaCare Saves $$$

By on March 24, 2013

Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently announced that millions of Americans received private health insurance  coverage for at least one free preventive healthcare service in 2011 and 2012  because of the Affordable Care Act putting money back in their pocket.

About 71 million Americans with private health insurance received at least  one free preventive service, such as a mammogram or flu shot, a U.S. official  said. Additionally, an estimated 34 million Americans in traditional Medicare and  Medicare Advantage received at least one preventive service, such as an annual  wellness visit at no out-of-pocket cost because of the healthcare law, Sebelius  said.

“Preventing illnesses before they become serious and more costly to treat  helps Americans of all ages stay healthier,” Sebelius added. “No  longer do Americans have to choose between paying for preventive care and  groceries.”

Preventive services, consumer protections and other reforms under the  Affordable Care Act are giving millions of Americans of all ages more value for  their healthcare dollars and contributing to the slowest growth in healthcare  costs in 50 years, Sebelius said.


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