The Chronic Care Act (ACA), otherwise known as Obama Care, is the primary framework for legislation on local health care. Health insurers will now have to pay the minimum price for health care and services, and charge the maximum amount (you pay the most) to receive special benefits. The law creates a system that complies with the Patients’ Rights Act, which imposes certain protections for consumers. By the end of 2017, agencies have removed individual controls, meaning that healthcare procedures will not be required until 2019. But for 2018, health care is still important.