Tag: Health

February Research Roundup: What We’re Reading

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, this February CHIR’s Nia Gooding reviewed some lovely studies on trends in the uninsured population, the impact of Medicaid expansion on coverage rates and healthcare access among young adults, and the effect that cost-sharing has on patient behavior and health outcomes. 

Senate HELP Hearing Examines Upcoming Market Changes Under ACA

Today Sabrina Corlette was called to provide testimony before the U.S. Senate’s Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee regarding the ACA’s insurance market reforms. In this blog, she gives us a download of the hearing’s highlights.

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