Announcing “Obamacare for Beginners,” A New Book that Explains Obamacare and How the New Law Will Affect American Individuals

Berkeley, California (EastBayDaily) — "How will Obamacare affect me?"

With the current government shutdown and recent launch of Obamacare dominating the news cycle, many people are confused about how Obamacare will affect them personally. Obamacare for Beginners provides a simple explanation of how Obamacare will affect each individual, whether they are already insured, or do not currently have health care coverage. This easy-to-understand book is an essential survival guide for anyone worried about the looming impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Obamacare is a very complex law, and many American citizens are overwhelmed or concerned about what the health care law will mean for their future health and security. Obamacare for Beginners gives a concise explanation of how the law will affect everybody, from the uninsured, middle-class, female adults, senior citizens, business owners, and much more. A handy glossary will also introduce important concepts such as “single payer” and “individual mandate,” and what these terms mean for individuals. After explaining the basics of the law, this survival guide provides readers with a simple step-by-step approach to navigating their individual health plan in the way that works best for them, as well as a complete Obamacare Timeline that provides a year-by-year breakdown of how the law will be implemented from today until 2020.

Besides clarifying individual questions about the new law, Obamacare for Beginners gives a brief and useful history of the heated health care debate in American politics, and provides a helpful outline of the arguments for and against the law on both sides of the Congressional aisle. Kirkus Reviews says "this digestible overview will help take the mystery out of the large, confusing reforms," making it easy for anybody to gain a real understanding of the new law.

Obamacare for Beginners was created as a tool to make these new health care changes less daunting, and it will give consumers a leg up on making the health care and medical insurance choices that are best for their future.

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Sarah Morgan