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Health & Health Care

ASPE produces health policy research with a focus on equity, coverage, and access. Find resources related to a broad range of topics, including the uninsured population, vaccine hesitancy, Medicaid/CHIP, Medicare, the federal marketplace (HealthCare.gov), telehealth, health care delivery, underserved areas, delivery system transformation, health outcomes, and social determinants of health.

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ASPE Issue Brief

COVID-19 and Economic Opportunity: Inequities in the Employment Crisis

April 12, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic caused an unprecedented economic crisis with inequitable effects. Overall employment figures mask the disparate impacts on some communities of color, women, and low-wage workers. These groups were more likely to lose jobs, reduce hours worked, or withdraw from the labor market.
ASPE Issue Brief

Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums: Current Enrollees and the American Rescue Plan

April 12, 2021
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) enhances and expands Marketplace premium tax credits under the Affordable Care Act. Among the nearly 8 million current HealthCare.gov enrollees, we estimate 79 percent could find a zero premium health plan and 87 percent could find a low premium health plan under the ARP.

Count Estimates of Zero- and Low-Premium Plan Availability, HealthCare.gov States Pre and Post ARP

April 12, 2021
These supplemental data tables are for the ASPE Issue Brief series, Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums on the Federal Platform, that examines the availability of zero-premium and low-premium (defined as less than or equal to $50 per month) plans after application of advanced premium tax credits in states served by the federal Marketplace platform, HealthCare.gov, before and after the
ASPE Issue Brief

Medicaid Churning and Continuity of Care

April 11, 2021
Research shows that disruptions in Medicaid coverage are common and often lead to periods of uninsurance, delayed care, and less preventive care for beneficiaries.
Research Brief

Mental Health Consequences of COVID-19: The Role of Social Determinants of Health Research Brief

April 8, 2021
April 6, 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (11 PDF pages) KEY POINTS
ASPE Issue Brief

The Impact of COVID-19 on Medicare Beneficiaries with Dementia Issue Brief

April 7, 2021
April 6, 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (11 PDF pages)
ASPE Issue Brief

Characteristics of Homebound Older Adults: Potential Barriers to Accessing the COVID-19 Vaccine Issue Brief

April 5, 2021
April 6, 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (11 PDF pages) KEY POINTS
ASPE Issue Brief

Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums: The Uninsured and the American Rescue Plan

March 31, 2021
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) enhances and expands eligibility for premium tax credits under the Affordable Care Act. Under the ARP, we estimate that the availability of zero-premium plans has increased by 19 percentage points and low-premium plans by 16 percentage points, respectively, among uninsured non-elderly adults potentially eligible for Marketplace coverage in HealthCare.gov states.
Report

Social Determinants of Health Data Sharing at the Community Level

March 30, 2021
This report represents a landscape review of community-level efforts to address SDOH, followed by interviews with participants in three community-level initiatives that have built networks to coordinate clinical and social services.
ASPE Issue Brief

Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums on the Federal Platform

March 28, 2021
Many uninsured individuals can access zero-premium or low-premium health plans after application of premium tax credits under the Affordable Care Act.