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The Affordable Care Act Reduced Socioeconomic Disparities In Health Care Access [Web First]

The United States has the largest socioeconomic disparities in health care access of any wealthy country.

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Republican health plan seen as a major setback for hepatitis C Medicaid patients

Amid a growing hepatitis C epidemic, federal austerity measures seen as a setback to infection control.  By Sony Salzman It’s been nearly 20 years since Read More

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Expenditures for Persons Living With HIV Enrolled in Medicaid, 2006–2010

Background: Costs of care for persons living with HIV have been high historically.

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Kentuckys Medicaid Expansion Showing Early Promise On Coverage And Access To Care [Web First]

Kentucky is one of only two southern states, at the time of this writing, to have expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

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Pay for Performance in Medicaid: Evidence from Three Natural Experiments

Objective To examine the impact of pay for performance in Medicaid on the quality and utilization of care.

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Effects of Expanded California Health Coverage on Hospitals: Implications for ACA Medicaid…

Objective To assess the effects on hospitals of early California actions to expand insurance coverage for low-income uninsured adults after passage of the Affordable Care Act.

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