From Families USA
How the Affordable Care Act Makes Health Coverage More Affordable explains the many ways that the Affordable Care Act makes health insurance coverage more affordable for consumers through fairer premiums for people with pre-existing conditions, women, and older people, income-based subsidies, and new, affordable coverage options for young adults. (June 2013)
A recently released poll reveals that a broad mix of residents in the deep South favor Medicaid expansion. Find out more about the findings and view a related infographic.
Job-Based Coverage and the Affordable Care Act: Why the Law Won't Cause Employers to Drop Coverage explains why employers will continue to offer coverage under the Affordable Care Act and how the law makes it easier for small employers to offer coverage to their workers. (May 2013)
The Managed Fee-for-Service Option To Integrate Care for Dual Eligibles: A Guide for State Advocates examines the option to integrate care for dual eligibles that does not rely on private managed care companies. It looks at the strengths and weaknesses of the model and how advocates can engage with state and federal policy makers to ensure that beneficiaries’ interests are protected as these demonstrations move forward. (May 2013)
Tobacco Rating: Issues for Consumers explains why charging tobacco users higher premiums for health insurance is a concern, and it outlines what states can do to protect consumers. (May 2013)
Help Is at Hand: New Health Insurance Tax Credits (April 2013)
The Promise of Care Coordination: Transforming Health Care Delivery (April 2013)
Partnership for Sustainable Health Care: Strengthening Affordability and Quality in America's Health Care System (April 2013)
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