This brief provides an overview of health insurance plan premiums available in the 2014 Marketplace and the important role of the advanced premium tax credit (“tax credit”) in helping families afford coverage. It contains information on the change in the premium cost associated with the tax credit for individuals who made Marketplace plan sele
Overlapping Eligibility and Enrollment: Human Services and Health Programs Under the Affordable Care Act
This report presents information on overlaps in eligible and participating populations in various health and human services programs, and identifies three main human services programs – the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), and the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) – as havi
This issue brief provides an overview of pre-Affordable Care Act and post-Affordable Care Act trends in Medicare spending, plan premiums, beneficiary choice of plans, and quality in the Medicare Advantage program
Opportunities under the Affordable Care Act for Human Services Programs to Modernize Eligibility Systems and Expedite Eligibility Determination
This paper summarizes opportunities for states to utilize time-limited federal cost-sharing to modernize human services program eligibility systems and to use data from health programs to streamline eligibility determination for human services.
Using Behavioral Economics to Inform the Integration of Human Services and Health Programs under the Affordable Care Act
This paper examines opportunities to apply findings from behavioral economics and decision-making theory to two specific health/human services program interaction contexts: using targeted enrollment strategies to get SNAP recipients into Medicaid, and encouraging individuals seeking health insurance through state marketplaces to apply for SNAP.
Examples of Promising Practices for Integrating and Coordinating Eligibility, Enrollment and Retention: Human Services and Health Programs Under the Affordable Care Act
This paper presents findings from case studies of selected state-level integration and coordination approaches under the ACA and identifies areas of notable success or potential which may be of interest to other states.
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A recent ASPE study, on the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment, highlighted the state-by-state statistics of the overall enrollment, compared to the eligibility data. The results of this research are presented on this map diagram. As you can see in this data visualization, most states fall between the 45 to 65% bracket, with only a few
The racial/ethnic distribution of the people who have selected a Marketplace plan through the FFM differs by state, reflecting variation in underlying state-level demographics. The following analysis is based on data for Marketplace plan selections where race/ethnicity is known (unknown/other is excluded).
A recent ASPE study, on the ACA Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment, found some interesting statistics, which are presented in the chart on the left. One of the more striking findings is that of how popular the silver group of plans is. Over half of the marketplace participants (65%) chose this particular group. People continue to find that th