From the agency:
- 811,000 residents who do not currently have insurance and 359,000 residents who have nongroup insurance could get affordable coverage through the health insurance exchange.
- 457,000 residents could qualify for premium tax credits to help them purchase health coverage.
- 897,000 seniors would receive free preventive services.
- 159,000 seniors would have their brand-name drug costs in the Medicare Part D “doughnut hole” halved.
- and 92,500 small businesses could be helped by a small business tax credit to make premiums more affordable.