February 16, 2013 • 11:45 am
Mapping the Effects of the ACA’s Health Insurance Coverage Expansions – Kaiser Health Reform
The Affordable Care Act includes several provisions that allow many individuals across the U.S. to be eligible for Medicaid or for federal tax credits to subsidize the cost of insurance. The analysis below and zip code tool estimate the share of the population in geographic areas across the U.S. who had family income up to four times the poverty level in 2010 and were either uninsured or buying coverage on their own.
via Mapping the Effects of the ACA’s Health Insurance Coverage Expansions – Kaiser Health Reform.
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