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Above Federal Subsidy Threshold, Older Adults Spend More Income on ACA Coverage, ACA Coverage, Chart of the Week, Cost of ACA Coverage

Above Federal Subsidy Threshold, Older Adults Spend Much More Income on ACA Coverage

For incomes too high to qualify for federal subsidies, 60-year-old adults spend significantly more of their income on the lowest premiums for ACA-compliant coverage.

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Ryan White Funding Relatively Flat for More Than a Decade While Share of People Living With HIV Has Grown

For more than a decade, funding for the Ryan White Program has remained relatively flat while the share of people living with HIV has grown. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.

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Counties targeted by HHS plan to end HIV epidemic, Medicaid Expansion, Medicaid, HIV/AIDS, Chart of the Week

Which Areas Targeted By the Federal HIV Plan Have Expanded Medicaid?

The Medicaid expansion status of states, counties, and cities targeted by the recently announced federal plan to end the HIV epidemic are detailed in the latest Chart of the Week.

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unexpected medical bills, surprise medical bills, california, KFF polling, California polling, Chart of the Week

Californians’ Worries About Unexpected Medical Bills Similar to Rest of Country

According to KFF polling, the share of Californians who say they are very worried about being able to afford unexpected medical bills is similar to the rest of the country.

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Uninsured in California, Breakdown of Uninsured in California, Socioeconomic Breakdown of the Uninsured in California, KFF, Chart of the Week

Chart of the Week: Who Are California’s Uninsured?

The latest Chart of the Week provides a look at the socioeconomic breakdown of the uninsured population in California, sourced from KFF’s State Health Facts database.

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Timeline of ACA Favorability at Key Political Moments Since Passage

Here’s how public opinion of the ACA has fluctuated through key political moments since its passage.

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Uninsured Rate by state, 2017 Uninsured Rate, Chart of the Week, KFF, Medicaid Expansion

36 States Saw Uninsured Rate Increase in 2017, Including Some that Expanded Medicaid

The uninsured rate increased in 36 states in 2017, including some that expanded Medicaid. In KFF’s Chart of the Week, explore the uninsured rate increases and decreases for all 50 states.

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Silver Plan Deductibles, ACA Changes, Chart of the Week, Cost-sharing, Open Enrollment 2019

Despite ACA Changes, Silver Plan Deductibles for Low Incomes Steady Year-Over-Year

KFF analysis of Healthcare.gov data from marketplace plans on the federal insurance exchanges shows that despite the changes to the Affordable Care Act in recent years, deductibles for those with low incomes have remained relatively stable since 2017.

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