The Early Impact of the Affordable Care Act State-by-state

@inproceedings{Kowalski2014TheEI,
  title={The Early Impact of the Affordable Care Act State-by-state},
  author={Amanda E. Kowalski},
  year={2014}
}
I examine the impact of state policy decisions on the early impact of the ACA using data through the first half of 2014. I focus on the individual health insurance market, which includes plans purchased through exchanges as well as plans purchased directly from insurers. In this market, at least 13.2 million people were covered in the second quarter of 2014, representing an increase of at least 4.2 million beyond pre-ACA state-level trends. I use data on coverage, premiums, and costs and a… CONTINUE READING

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