Individuals in Medicaid expansion states experienced positive results across multiple dimensions of personal finance including a reduced likelihood of new medical collections, decreased risk of medical out-of-pocket expenditures, and fewer ultimately unpaid medical bills.
State Flexibility in a New Era: What are the Research Priorities for §1115 Demonstration and §1332 Waiver Evaluations?
With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AcademyHealth hosted this expert meeting to explore research priorities related to the evaluation of Section 1115 Medicaid demonstrations and Section 1332 state innovation waivers.
The September 2017 issue of Health Affairs examines different aspects of health care markets including market concentration, competition, and provider networks.
Webinar: Helping Older Dual Eligibles Meet Their Basic Needs - Increasing Access to SNAP and Public Benefit Programs to Reduce Healthcare Cost
During this webinar, panelists provide an overview of new research on the effect of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) enrollment on health care utilization for senior dual eligibles in the state of Maryland and found that participation in SNAP reduces health care costs for low-income older adults.
Studies presented at the Annual Research Meeting examine Medicaid innovations in Arkansas and Michigan.
Studies presented at this year's Annual Research Meeting examine progress and remaining gaps from coverage to physician selection.
The May 2017 issue of Health Affairs examines several of the expected consequences of the Affordable Care Act.
The April issue of Health Affairs, a variety issue, contains studies on issues from health coverage for pregnant immigrant women to seat-belt use in the United States.
A personal perspective highlights the patient and family experience with post-acute care services and puts current research needs in context.
We've entered an era in which predicting Medicare Advantage growth has become difficult and more speculative.