Most people aren't probably going to be aware of this because there's an impression that health insurance is about to get more 'affordable'--it's definitely not clear that this is the case, and there is great concern that many people are going to be priced out of the market. Read this article and find out what I mean.
For lower income people there will be sliding scale subsidies. But, will that be enough to get people to purchase coverage? Some of the upper end limits of the subsidy ranges are going to be pressed financially. The government hasn't taken into consideration that cost of living is going up, kids education is going up if they are in college, so, so many things. Price of gas if you're trying to work is another.
So, seriously consider getting coverage before the main brunt of the reform law hits. It may not stave off the inevitable for too long, but it will probably give you a leg up.