Do you know what the 2014 implementation of ACA will really mean for you?  America's seniors have already started seeing the benefits.  Medicare beneficiaries will save, on average, about $4,200 over the next 10 years due to lower drug costs, free preventative services and reductions in the growth of health spending.  Since passage of the ACA in 2010, more than 6.3 million people with Medicare saved over $6.1 billion on prescription drugs. 

The non-Medicare implementation begins next year and states are getting ready. In New York, the Governor has announced that creation of health exchanges will cut health care premiums in HALF for New York residents. But what will the ACA mean for your family? 

The Kaiser Family Foundation, with the help of former ABC anchor Charlie Gibson, explains the law in this new video: