Testing Service Corporation of America said on Wednesday that it expects the American Health Care Act to be signed into law by the end of the year.
The company said it expects to begin rolling out the new health care plan to some of its 300,000 employees in October, as well as to about 200,000 of its roughly 1.2 million employees.
Testing Service, which provides health care to the health insurance industry, said the ACA will have broad benefits for people with chronic conditions.
It expects that, for the first time in its history, the new law will cover a wide range of people with conditions that are common in older people and the disabled, such as diabetes and hypertension.
It also expects to make some significant changes to how health care is delivered, such the availability of emergency rooms and physician offices, among other things.
The bill is the second in as many weeks to pass Congress, and is the result of a series of years of negotiations between Democrats and Republicans, who control both chambers.