There is tons of information out there to help people understand Obamacare. And so I decided to compile some of where you can find it in order to help us spread the word.
First of all, bookmark the page for Enroll America. They are the non-profit group that is going to be working over the next year to get the word out.
One of the group's that has consistently put out quality information on the Affordable Care Act is the Kaiser Family Foundation. To get started on how much you do/don't know about the reforms, take their short quiz. They also have a pretty helpful video that gives a summary.
And they have a calculator to help people determine if they'll qualify for a subsidy.
Of course one of the best places to go for information is HHS's own Healthcare.gov. Two of the things I found most helpful there are the map that provides implementation progress by state and the tool to help people find their insurance options.
Healthcare and You also has lots of helpful information - including some details broken down by state.
Young Invincibles is specifically working on getting good information about health care reform out to young adults. And yes...there's an App for that!
The Washington Post can help you find out exactly how Obamacare will affect you.
That does it for now. But it should be enough to get you started. We have NO excuse for not knowing/sharing all the good stuff that is about to happen with the implementation of Obamacare. My plan is to link one of these resources per day on Facebook and Twitter. What's yours?
UPDATE 11/26/12: FAQ: Everything you need to know about Obamacare's coverage options, in one post. A good summary.
UPDATE 7/8/13: Obamacare: A Fact of Two
UPDATE 7/19/13: To counter GOP fear tactics: