Research Report Integrating Health and Human Services Programs and Reaching Eligible Individuals under the Affordable Care Act
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Final Report
Stan Dorn
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Enacted against a background of growing public- and private-sector interest in integrating enrollment, retention, and eligibility determination for health and human services programs, the Affordable Care Act included provisions specifically calling for an expansion of such efforts, using 21st-century information technology (IT) to improve consumer experience and streamline enrollment while lowering administrative costs and protecting program integrity. This report, which summarizes a multi-faceted research project sponsored by the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, describes integration efforts to date and explores promising strategies for the future.
Research Areas Health and health care Families Social safety net Taxes and budgets Children and youth Housing
Tags Families with low incomes Health insurance Federal housing programs and policies Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Welfare and safety net programs Federal health care reform Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program  State health care reform State programs, budgets Hunger and food assistance Housing vouchers and mobility Child support State Children's Health Insurance Program Child care Child welfare Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Housing subsidies Supplemental nutrition - Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Assistance for women and children Food insecurity and hunger Individual taxes Unemployment and unemployment insurance Public and assisted housing Child care and workers
Policy Centers Health Policy Center