Ingorance About Obamacare Could Jeopardize Its Effectiveness

Keeping health care costs down under the Affordable Care Act depends significantly on increasing particiption in private health care plans (which, if the Act works as contemplated, would be spurred in part by subsidies provided under the law). As explained in this article by Sarah Kliff, because many people do not know about the law's provisions (and, importantly, do not know about their eligibility for subsidized insurance), they may not obtain insurance.