About This Website & The Affordable Care Act

How does Obamacare Work?

The Benefits of Getting Health Insurance Under the ACA

Why Did Americans Need the Affordable Care Act?

 

The goal of this website is to help illustrate to Americans, how the Affordable Care Act, a very complex piece of legislation, is saving americans lives every day.

In just the first year since its launch, the Affordable Care Act has without question helped to save the lives of tens of thousands of Americans in large part due to the specific part of the law that states that health insurance companies can no longer refuse an individual coverage because of a pre-existing condition.

The ACA is saving the lives of people who not only had life threatening pre-existing conditions, but also individuals who were considered to be young and healthy. Some experienced an unexpected medical emergency or illness, some simply have improved their quality of life and reduced their daily stress.

MyACA.com is dedicated to providing courageous Americans, including those who were previously not in support of the ACA, with a forum to share their story and experiences. Life is complicated, healthcare is complicated and politicizing this law only makes things worse. Our goal is to help people separate fact from fiction, and to hear directly from those who were both in favor and opposed to the law why their lives have improved.

We’re asking Republicans, Democrats and Independents to lend us their voice, and bring their real life, real world experience with the ACA to others. What we have found are incredible stories from many Americans, many of whom are politically divided and unable to agree on most if not almost all issues, with the exception being this…

At the end of the day, Life Wins Out Over Politics, every single time.

Healthcare is complicated. Politics are complicated. Anyone who wasn’t expecting that the Affordable Care Act to be complicated and conflicting for Americans to decide if they are for it or against it, was simply not being realistic.

That said, within this website and over the coming weeks you will have the opportunity to meet many courageous individuals who come from different backgrounds, political affiliations and differing perspectives about what is both good and bad about the Affordable Care Act. The one and only thing that they all have in common, is that their lives have been dramatically improved as a result of the Affordable Care Act. In some cases, you’ll hear about Americans who would most likely not even be alive today if it were not for the Affordable Care Act.

This website is owned and operated by a private individual who works within the healthcare industry. The goal is to provide those whose lives have been positively impacted by the Affordable Care Act with a forum to share their story and experiences.

There is no political affiliation and or support for one political party vs another. Neither Healthcare.gov, nor any state exchange, nor any political party, support group or lobby has any communication nor involvement with this website. No commercial or promotional consideration has been provided to the owner of MyACA by any organization, trade group or company. Any donations made by any parties to Webb Smith Jr or any other individual were not done in exchange for any kind of promotional purposes.

If you wish to license the video content featuring Webb Smith Jr, please use the contact form to reach out to us. We are willing to provide news agencies and media outlets with not only the videos within this site, but the entire unedited interview footage of Webb Smith Jr. There is no cost to license the video, we simply wish to control the distribution of the video content and insist that it is not altered in any way. 

This website is privately owned and all information within it is independent and not associated with any state exchange or the federal marketplace. Additionally, this website is not associated with, sanctioned by or managed by the federal government, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid or the Department of Health and Human Services.