How Do the Plans Approach:
- Subsidies for People with Individual Market Plans
- States’ Role in Regulations
- Women’s Health
- Ends ACA funding, partially replaces it with a block grant that expires after 2026.
- Shifts funding from Medicaid expansion states to non-expansion states.
- No Medicaid coverage for childless adults.
- Caps federal funds to states for the traditional Medicaid program.
- Eliminates funding for Medicaid family planning at Planned Parenthood clinics for 1 year.
Federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which covered 8.9 million children in FY 2016, is set to expire on September 30, 2017.
0 counties out of 3,143 nationally are at risk of no insurers offering a plan on the 2018 marketplace.
adults under 65 have pre-existing conditions that would make them uninsurable before the Affordable Care Act
- What are Section 1115 Medicaid waivers?
- 33 states have 41 approved waivers; 18 states have 21 pending waivers.
- Detailed tables track waivers by state and topic.
About 6.7 million out of 17.5 million Americans who buy coverage in the non-group market would feel the effects of sharp premium increases in 2018. That is a significant number of people, and an urgent problem for Washington to solve, but it isn’t a system-wide crisis.
Insurer financial data through the first quarter of 2017 suggest the individual market has been stabilizing and insurers in this market are regaining profitability.
Women's Health Policy
- Number of Traditional & Expansion Medicaid Enrollees
- Federal & Expansion Medicaid Spending Amounts
- Reduction in Number of People without Insurance, 2013-2015
- Estimated Number of People with Declinable Pre-Existing Condition
A look at Medicaid’s role for 52 million nonelderly children and adults living in the most rural areas in the United States.