New York Times Op-Ed
Including, for Each State:
- 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
- All states could be affected by reduced federal funding, but those with certain characteristics would be hit harder.
- States with limited Medicaid programs could face more challenges coping with per capita caps or block grants.
- Some Medicaid expansion states could face more disruption in financing and coverage than others.
44 out of 3,143 counties nationally are at risk of going without an insurer offering plans on the 2018 marketplace.
- Pre-Existing Conditions
- Subsidies for People with Individual Market Plans
- Employer Requirements and Provisions
people could potentially face higher premiums under the House’s American Health Care Act, due to pre-existing health conditions