The US healthcare bill explained.

Obviously this is one view of what's under consideration, but it all seems pretty sensible to me. Getting rid of pre-existing conditions is a great idea and the checks and balances to prevent gaming by citizens and businesses seem sensible.

The tricky part is reimbursing doctors based on outcomes. Lots of options for gaming and choosing "good" patients here, but hopefully some time to work it through.

Tim O’Reilly originally shared this post:

Reddit has an AWESOME plain language summary of WHAT'S ACTUALLY IN the #healthcare bill!  Must-read if you want to opine on today's Supreme Court decision. It would be great if every complex bill had a summary this good!

CaspianX2 comments on ELI5: What exactly is Obamacare and what did it change?

Okay, explained like you're a five year-old (well, okay, maybe a bit older), without too much oversimplification, and (hopefully) without sounding too…