Billion Less In Federal Payments For States That Opt Out Of Medicaid Expansion : 3 . 6 Million Fewer Insured And

@inproceedings{Price2013BillionLI,
  title={Billion Less In Federal Payments For States That Opt Out Of Medicaid Expansion : 3 . 6 Million Fewer Insured And},
  author={Carter Claiborne Price and Christine E. Eibner},
  year={2013}
}
The US Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act in 2012 allowed states to opt out of the health reform law’s Medicaid expansion. Since that ruling, fourteen governors have announced that their states will not expand their Medicaid programs. We used the RAND COMPARE microsimulation to analyze how opting out of Medicaid expansion would affect… CONTINUE READING