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Publication Year: 2013

News and announcements from SHARE and our grantees.

Publication Year: 2013

Presentation by Lindsey Leininger on October 11, 2013, at the 26th Annual State Health Policy Conference, hosted by the National Association of State Health Policymakers (NASHP) in Washington, DC.  In the presentation, Dr. Leininger, discussed findings from her SHARE-funded analysis of the utility of self-reported health measures for prospectively identifying new adult Medicaid enrollees with high health care needs.

Publication Year: 2013

News and updates from SHARE and our grantees.

Publication Year: 2013

State Medicaid programs are preparing to absorb a projected 16 million new enrollees in 2014, most of whom are low-income childless adults about whose health care needs relatively little is known.  Without information on prior medical history for the expansion population, states are unable to design and implement innovative and effective benefit design targeting this group...

Publication Year: 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) will expand access to affordable health insurance for millions of Americans. In states that choose to implement the Medicaid expansion for low-income adults, Medicaid will provide an important new pathway to coverage. Yet, even in states that choose to expand Medicaid a significant proportion of the low-income nonelderly adult population will be excluded from the Medicaid expansion due to their immigration status. Legal permanent residents, in most circumstances, are ineligible for Medicaid benefits for the first five years during which they reside legally in the U.S. and unauthorized immigrants are excluded from Medicaid coverage. This brief provides the first state-specific estimates of the number of uninsured low-income adults that will potentially be excluded from the Medicaid expansion because of their immigration status.