When somebody is sick, they expect personal attention. New trends and regulations such as the Affordable Care Act aim to ensure each patient receives the individual treatment they need to get better and live their best possible life. While providing personal care may seem like a daunting task, data and other modern tools and solutions make it not only possible, but more cost efficient in some cases.The Urban Institute and Robert Wood Foundation found that initial projections made about spending after the passage of the Affordable Care Act were off, according to Fortune Magazine. A new study now predicts the U.S. should save about $2.6 trillion on healthcare between 2014 and 2019. This number is inspired in part by patients able to choose from more pharmaceutical options, states’ ability to make decisions about health care enrollment and other new regulations that both provide opportunities and freedoms for individuals to find the plan right for them.