The Effects of Premiums and Cost Sharing on Low-Income Populations: Updated Review of Research Findings
The three tables below support the Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief titled, “The Effects of Premiums and Cost Sharing on Low-Income Populations: Updated Review of Research Findings.” The tables highlight findings from 65 studies published between 2000 and March 2017, including peer-reviewed studies and freestanding reports, government reports, and white papers by research and policy organizations on the effects of premiums and cost sharing on low-income populations in Medicaid and CHIP. Each table corresponds to one of three sections in the brief: (1) effects of premiums; (2) effects of cost sharing; and (3) effects on state budgets and providers. The table lists studies in reverse chronological order, with the most recent studies first, and groups the studies by nationwide and state-specific studies. Studies that apply to multiple sections are included in more than one table but list only the relevant findings for that section.