A look at the ballot initiative votes in Idaho, Nebraska, Utah, and Montana, and the implications of the gubernatorial elections in Kansas, Maine and Wisconsin.
Our analysis includes data on the number of insurers by state and county from 2014 to 2019.
We analyze the impact of the repeal of the individual mandate penalty and the expansion of loosely-regulated plans.
Use this tool to estimate what your premiums and tax credits for 2019 Affordable Care Act marketplace coverage could be based on your zip code, income, family size and age.
Short-term plans can charge premiums that are 54 percent lower by:
- Excluding coverage of pre-existing conditions or denying insurance altogether to people with such conditions.
- Limiting or not covering benefits such as prescription drugs, maternity care, mental health and substance use treatment.
Our list of FAQs about the open enrollment period covers a range of topics related to Medicare enrollment, including Medicare Advantage, Part D, Medigap, and more.
- Medicaid/CHIP enrollment likely to decline.
- Over 14M Medicaid and CHIP enrollees live in a household with a noncitizen.
- 94 percent of noncitizens who entered the U.S. without legal permanent resident status have characteristics the government could weigh against them in public charge determinations.
From Drew Altman
Our Medicaid wavier tracker captures approved and pending state waivers involving Medicaid expansion, work requirements, benefit restrictions and other categories.
- More Insurers Are Participating in the ACA Marketplaces in 2019
- Donor Government Support for Family Planning Rose 6% in 2017, but Remains below 2014 Peak
- Short-Term Health Insurance Plans Charge Less than Half as Much in Premiums as ACA Plans By Excluding Pre-Existing Conditions and Severely Limiting Benefits