Even if the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act goes away or gets repealed (which we don't think is gonna happen…), there are a number of changes that would remain. The law has a lasting effect on health care and health insurance in the last five years, and there likely is no going back.

To mark PPACA's five-year anniversary March 23, here are five of the law's most lasting effects.

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