This Viewpoint discusses the risk of expanding the uninsured population by repealing the Affordable Care Act.
This study compares the cumulative probability of live birth among women with and without in vitro fertilization insurance coverage at a university-affiliated reproductive medicine center.
This Viewpoint argues that the current model of payment coverage decisions for oncology drugs based on third-party drug compendia is outdated and should be abandoned for a new approach.
This study uses Michigan Inpatient Database data to describe proportions of insured and uninsured, nonelderly patients hospitalized in Michigan before and after Medicaid expansion in 2014.
This Viewpoint discusses how clinicians, institutions, community members, and patients could extend the reach of health care coverage and promote healthful behaviors through partnerships.
This Viewpoint discusses the challenges facing consumers in choosing a health insurance plan and proposes approaches that might facilitate or simplify the process.
This analysis estimates national changes in self-reported coverage, access to care, and health during the ACA’s first 2 open enrollment periods and assesses differences between low-income adults in states that expanded Medicaid and in states that did not expand Medicaid.
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