The State Health Reform Assistance Network (State Network) is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program dedicated to providing technical assistance to states in order to maximize coverage expansions under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Eleven states that expanded Medicaid have seen budget savings and revenue gains which can be used to finance other state spending priorities or offset state costs of expansion.
This report from the State Health Reform Assistant Network examines early data on expansion-related decreases in uncompensated care costs and related state budget implications.
This issue brief—prepared by Wakely Consulting Group—describes state experiences in implementing a “Lead Broker Agency Program,” and provides guidance for states interested in enhancing their engagement with brokers to maximize enrollment.
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