Here are some basics.
In my view, some of its provisions are simple common sense healthcare reforms. For example, in the past, there was no uniform system for showing benefits included in insurance plans, but under the Act, a simple, standardised document makes comparing insurance options easy. Reducing information asymmetry reduces market failure - a commonsense economic argument. And a common sense one too. I think there can be little serious debate against some of these clearly useful healthcare reforms.