Journal Articles

 

Medicaid Expansion as an Employment Incentive Program for People with Disabilities
(American Journal of Public Health vol. 108, no. 9)
August 2018

 

Employer-Sponsored Insurance Stable for Low-Income Workers in Medicaid Expansion States
(Health Affairs vol. 37, no. 4)
April 2018

 

Asking about Subsidies for Health Insurance Premiums in Surveys: Does Question Wording Matter?
(Survey Practice vol. 11, no. 2)
April 2018

 

Impact of ACA Health Reforms for People with Mental Health Conditions
(Psychiatric Services vol. 69, no. 2)
November 2017

 

Sustained Gains in Coverage, Access, and Affordability under the ACA: A 2017 Update
(Health Affairs vol. 36, no. 9: 1656–62)
September 2017

 

Effect of Medicaid Expansion on Workforce Participation for People with Disabilities
(American Journal of Public Health vol. 107, no. 2: 262–64)
February 2017

 

Moving Beyond Blind Men and Elephants: Providing Total Estimated Annual Costs Improves Health Insurance Decision Making
(Medical Care Research and Review)
September 2016

 

Understanding Characteristics of Likely Marketplace Enrollees and How They Choose Plans
(Health Affairs vol. 35, no. 3: 535–39)
March 2016

 

Access to Care and Affordability Have Improved Following Affordable Care Act Implementation; Problems Remain
(Health Affairs vol. 35, no. 1: 161–68)
December 2015

 

Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults Making Gains in Health Insurance and Access to Care
(Health Affairs vol. 34, no. 10: 1769–73)
October 2015

 

An Early Look at Changes in Employer-Sponsored Insurance under the Affordable Care Act
(Health Affairs vol. 34, no. 1: 170–77)
January 2015

 

Trade-Offs between Public and Private Coverage for Low-Income Children Have Implications for Future Policy Debates
(Health Affairs vol. 33, no. 8: 1367–74)
August 2014

 

The Health Reform Monitoring Survey: Addressing Data Gaps to Provide Timely Insights into the Affordable Care Act
(Health Affairs vol. 33, no. 1: 161–67)
January 2014

 

 

Blog Posts

 

Adults’ uninsurance rates increased by 2018, especially in states that did not expand Medicaid – leaving gaps in coverage, access, and affordability
September 26, 2018

 

Most Americans agree: No one should be denied medical care because they can’t afford it
December 6, 2017

 

ACA repeal votes defy preferences of constituents
October 16, 2017

 

Patient-centered care starts with patient-provider communication
September 22, 2017

 

Both winners and losers under AHCA oppose repealing core ACA provisions
June 14, 2017

 

Employer-sponsored insurance remains stable while uninsurance drops under the ACA
June 3, 2015

 

What to watch for during this year’s open enrollment period: Lessons from the Health Reform Monitoring Survey
December 10, 2014

 

Limited literacy and numeracy create barriers to obtaining health coverage
November 3, 2014

 

Taking stock of the ACA: The latest data from the Health Reform Monitoring Survey
July 29, 2014

 

Why are Hispanics slow to enroll in ACA coverage? Insights from the Health Reform Monitoring Survey
March 18, 2014

 

How many nongroup policies were cancelled?  Estimates from December 2013
March 3, 2014

 

Low ACA knowledge and health literacy hinder young adult marketplace enrollment
February 12, 2014

 

Will the ACA reduce future work?
February 5, 2014

 

What do we know about ACA implementation? Introducing the Health Reform Monitoring Survey
January 8, 2014

 

 

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