Journal Article Reaching the Remaining Uninsured in Massachusetts: Challenges and Opportunities
Sharon K. Long, Dana Goin, Victoria Lynch
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While Massachusetts has the lowest uninsurance rate in the nation following its 2006 health reform initiative, some residents of the state continue to go without health insurance coverage. This study focuses on those lacking health insurance coverage in the state, considering the potential impacts of the changes being introduced under the Affordable Care Act.
Research Areas Health and health care
Tags Health insurance Health equity State health care reform
Policy Centers Health Policy Center