Taken together, the new evidence suggests that while there were a few underperforming parts of the ACA, overall the ACA was an improvement, and that, compared to the pre-ACA period, the ACA did not increase the rate of uninsured, said Sara Rosenbaum, an economist at the Department of Health and Human Services, during a health care conference in Washington, D.C., last week.

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