In the first study to look at immigrants’ role in financing private health insurance, findings contradict assertions that people born in the US are systematically subsidizing the medical care of immigrants.
More than 1 Million Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders Have Gained Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act
Results from a recent study provide important evidence of population-level changes in coverage disparities under the ACA. Granular, disaggregated estimates like these can facilitate efforts to address health disparities for specific subgroups.
As part of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality-funded project Research Insights, managed by AcademyHealth, this webinar highlighted insights from specific states’ experiences with personal responsibility provisions in Medicaid and the national implications of these experiences.
Attendees at a recent AcademyHealth meeting discussed research on work incentives, cost sharing, healthy behaviors, and Medicaid waiver implementation challenges in several states.
Research Shows Dual-Eligible Consumers Are Willing to Forgo Extra Benefits in Order to Remain with a Trusted Network
Los Angeles County has California’s lowest rate of enrollment for dual-eligible consumers served by Cal MediConnect, despite the extra benefits offered by the program.
Developed as part of AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health project, this report explains how value-based purchasing changes the competitive landscape for insurance purchasers, plans, and service providers.
Developed as part of AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health project, this report explains how changing the we pay for health and health care, can incentivize the health improvements and health care cost outcomes we want.
Highlighting research presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in June 2018, Rebecca Bruno of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, points to solutions for addressing social determinants of health and improving health outcomes and reduced costs of care for the Medicaid population.
New Research Predicts Block Granting, Per Capita Caps Would Reduce Health Centers Capacity to Serve the Underserved
Studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting also examine linkages between Medicaid and preventable hospitalization and health care quality.