According to this recent article in Politico, "Health reform's bureaucratic spawn":
Don't bother trying to count up the number of agencies, boards and commissions created under the new health care law. Estimating the number is "impossible," a recent Congressional Research Service report says, and a true count "unknowable."(Read the full text of "Health reform's bureaucratic spawn".)
The reasons for the uncertainty are many, according to CRS's Curtis W. Copeland, the author of the report "New Entities Created Pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act"...
What we do know is that costs will continue to go up and freedoms go down.