So you’re confused about the changes to the health care law? I get that question (or comment) a lot. I mean, a lot. In fact, when I say ‘a lot’ it could be a parking lot worth of questions. Truth is, no one knows how the changes, or non-changes will unfold.
It took 14 months to get the ACA to pass.
In perspective, here’s some scenarios on 14 months:
A 14 month old toddler can utter many words beyond “Mama” and “Dada” – although when you listen to Congress sometimes they sounds like baby babble!
A 14 month old in Utah learned to snowboard (try chasing THAT one down to change a diaper).
For 14 months, a Man was lost at sea and survived. (See? There’s hope for health care to survive as well) – although the man might have wanted to disappear.
We can only anticipate that it will take at least 14 months for any changes to happen. What I can tell you for sure is that nothing has changed yet – as far as the law goes. The individual mandate and employer mandate are still alive and well (maybe not ‘well’ – but they’re still intact).
As changes happen, rest assured that the folks at ACS Insurance will keep you updated.
Until next month,
“Silly people, serious about insurance.”