Everyone needs quality and affordable healthcare, especially people with lung cancer and chronic lung diseases like asthma and COPD. We need your help to protect access to care for patients with or at risk for lung disease.

Lung Health and the Affordable Care Act

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010. The American Lung Association strongly supports the ACA because it benefits millions of Americans with asthma, lung cancer and other lung disease and helps millions of Americans have quality and affordable healthcare.

Fighting for Quality and Affordable Healthcare: Instead of expanding access to healthcare coverage, some in Washington want to roll back fundamental protections for patients with pre-existing conditions. Learn more and help us protect patients with lung disease

Sign-up for Quality and Affordable Healthcare Coverage: People with lung disease now have access to the healthcare they need because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Learn more about signing up for quality and affordable healthcare coverage

The Benefits of the ACA: The ACA included a number of policies that benefit lung health. Learn more about these measures, including the creation of the Prevention and Public Health Fund.

Tobacco Cessation and the ACA

Affordable Care Act Timeline: Learn more about the Affordable Care Act and when key provisions took effect. Learn More

ACA Tobacco Cessation Guidance Toolkit: The Lung Association has a number of materials, including template letters, and resources created and compiled by the American Lung Association to explain this tobacco cessation guidance, and help you utilize the guidance to help smokers quit in your state. Learn More

ACA Factsheets and Resources:The Lung Association has factsheets and resources on the ways the ACA has improved access to quit-smoking treatments. Learn More

Page last updated: July 13, 2020

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