Effects of the Affordable Care Act on Consumer Health Care Spending and Risk of Catastrophic Health Costs
This study examines the likely effects of the Affordable Care Act on average annual consumer health care spending and the risk of catastrophic medical costs. The analysis also considers how the decision to expand Medicaid would affect average annual consumer health spending and the risk of catastrophic medical costs for low-income individuals in two large states: Texas and Florida.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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