Non Profit Organization Web Resources -
Affordable Care Act
These web resources are provided by not-for-profit organizations with aims to educate the public.
This non-profit organization was created to help consumers understand the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect the public.
American Public Health Association (APHA)
Created in 1872, the APHA works to inform the public about health issues and policy.
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Health Reform Source
This non-profit organization provides information to consumers about health issues. The website analyzes the Affordable Care Act and its effects.
When consulting online information sources, be sure they are reliable and authoritative sources. The Federal Trade Commission and the National Library of Medicine provide sites that educate the public on how to evaluate health-related websites:
Federal Trade Commission
Sources of Information About Health Care Products and Services
The FTC provides this website for consumers who need to know how to evaluate claims made by others promoting health care products and services.
National Library of Medicine
MEDLINE Plus – Evaluating Internet Health Information
Another government website to help consumers learn how to evaluate information on health issues online.