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The Affordable Care Act is changing how many Americans get medical care.

While the ACA does not specifically cover medical expenses, the federal government pays for most medical costs for people with pre-existing conditions.

In the United States, the average medical bill for people over age 65 with pre “insurance” is $1,977 per year.

That means many people don’t realize how much their health insurance costs.

The average medical expense for a family of four is $11,890.

The ACA also allows some individuals to keep their current insurance plan if they are under 65.

These policies are called “coverage” and are a major factor in determining how much medical care a family can receive.

Here’s how to know if you need to consider an insurance plan that offers a low cost plan that may offer a lower premium.