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The 5th Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act #ACA

Today marks the 5th Anniversary of The Affordable Care Act

In collaboration with The Catalyst Center, the National Center for Medical Home Implementation (NCMHI) has created four fact sheets which describe provisions of the Affordable Care Act which benefit children and youth with special health care needs. Written in plain language, each fact sheet is easy to read and understand. Families will find information related to:
If you need further information, feel free to contact 317 944 8982 info@fvindiana.org


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