Community Health Centers in a Time of Change: Results from an Annual Survey
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Medicaid expansion status was as of the time of the survey fielding period. Note that Utah and Idaho, which implemented the Medicaid expansion on January 1, 2020, and Nebraska, which has adopted but not yet implemented the expansion, were categorized as non-expansion states in this analysis.