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How Differences in State Policy and Local Insurance Markets Impact the Effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act's Expansion of Health Insurance Access
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act relies upon state governments for the implementation of some aspects of its provisions that are designed to expand access to health insurance. Differences in how parts of the ...
Decreasing Medicaid Expenditures and Diabetes through the Implementation of Medicaid Plus
Medicaid is spending nearly $25. 6 billion to treat diabetes, and this expenditure will continue to increase, because it is projected by 2030 diabetes will increase by 54%. In an effort to save federal dollars (potentially ...
Long-Term Care in the United States
In the United States, long-term care services are widely used by several individuals in diverse age groups. The cost of long-term care continues to increase, creating an unsuitable issue of paying high out of pocket costs ...
Medicaid Expansion and Effects on Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality
The Medicaid expansion has impacted several areas within the United States healthcare system including infant mortality rate. This research revisits racial disparities in infant mortality rate that were previously analyzed ...
Addressing the State of Ohio's Medicaid Eligibility Error Rates through Blockchain Technology
The State of Ohio’s (State’s) Medicaid program serves more than 3.1 million Ohioans. Despite more than a billion dollars in technology investments, the State eligibility determination processes continue to incorrectly ...
A Proposal to Stabilize Puerto Rico's Debt Through Medicaid Equity
In January 2022, a federal judge ruled that a new debt restructuring framework for Puerto Rico would be in effect to partially relieve the island of its debt obligations to creditors. Despite the judge’s ruling, Puerto ...