As ACA Marketplace Enrollment Reaches Record High, Fewer Are Buying Individual Market Coverage Elsewhere
This post analyzes enrollment data and finds that the overall individual health insurance market is growing, in part due to enhanced subsidies that have boosted ACA Marketplace enrollment. At the same time, fewer people are buying coverage off-Marketplace.
A Closer Look at the Uninsured Marketplace Eligible Population Following the American Rescue Plan Act
This analysis examine key demographic characteristics of the uninsured population eligible for subsidies to buy Marketplace coverage following the American Rescue Plan.
5 Charts About Public Opinion on the Affordable Care Act
This compiles key polling data examining the favorability of the Affordable Care Act and its provisions, including protections for people with pre-existing conditions and the impact of the law on families.
KHN: How Much of Trump’s Agenda Has Biden Undone?KHN is following the Biden administration’s actions on Trump executive branch policies through this interactive tool, which covers executive orders, agency guidance, formal regulations, and court matters.
Health Insurance Marketplace and the ACAFind answers to over 300 frequently asked questions about buying coverage on the health insurance marketplaces. Over 200 of our FAQs are now available in Spanish.
Estimate 2023 Consumer Premiums for ACA MarketplaceWith this calculator, you can enter your income, age, and family size to estimate your eligibility for subsidies and how much you could spend on health insurance.
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Explaining Health Care Reform: Questions About Health Insurance SubsidiesThis brief provides an overview of the financial assistance provided under the ACA for people purchasing coverage on their own through health insurance Marketplaces (also called Exchanges).
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