Health Policy Center

  • In this paper, we show the changes in average lowest silver premiums from 2017 to 2020 by state and in the lowest silver premiums offered by each insurer in selected markets.

  • This case study builds on our prior Arkansas-focused study to provide additional evidence of the numerous problems associated with implementing Medicaid work requirements, exploring issues related to outreach, work supports, reporting systems, exemptions, and implications of coverage loss.

  • The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has issued a ruling in Texas v. United States, a case that challenges the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In this brief we identify the states and people who would face the largest losses and include new estimates by city.

  • Policymakers in New Mexico are looking for ways to build on the Affordable Care Act to stabilize and increase coverage for their constituents. To help with those efforts, we examine the characteristics of uninsured New Mexicans, highlighting populations that could benefit from targeted policies. 

  • Study analyzing 8 health care reforms and their potential effects on health insurance coverage and spending.

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