Health Care Reform Resources

Use These Resources to Learn How the Affordable Care Act May Impact Your Small Business


Rollout of Key Features
Designed to roll out over the next several years, this timeline from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services offers comprehensive details for each key feature of the law.  

Social Media
Follow the latest news and changes on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and YouTube from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Tools & Calculators

Kaiser Family Foundation Subsidy Calculator
Enter income levels, ages and family sizes to get an estimate of your eligibility for subsidies and how much you could spend on health insurance from the new insurance exchanges.

Employer Mandate Calculator
Assist in figuring out whether your business must offer coverage and what the potential penalty might be under the employer mandate using this calculator from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Health Care Changes Tool
Designed by the U.S. government, this tool helps businesses understand the new insurance options available as well as how to find health care related resources.

State by State Tool
Use’s interactive tool to learn what health care options are available in each state.


Understanding the New Health Care Law
Interpret the implications of the new law from the viewpoint of a small-business owner using The Healthcare Playbook resource guide created by the National Federation of Independent Business.

Health Care Reform in a Nutshell
Assess what the new law means for your business with the Small Business Council of America’s 8-page overview of the important things you need to know now.

Answers to Important Health Care Reform FAQs
Find answers to some of the most pressing questions about the new law provided by Small Business Majority.

Health Care Reform Business Resources
Offering a detailed resource section, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has various education resources to help educate business owners on the coming health care reform changes.

Preparing Small Businesses
Watch webinars, access training materials or read articles based on the size of your business through this resource center at the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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