To support investigator-initiated research about state health reform and health insurance.
Internally managed by RWJF staff
- $129,620.00 awarded to University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Center for Health Improvement - Assessing the impact of Arkansas' 'private option' for Medicaid expansion on marketplace premium costs and federal subsidies
- $149,698.00 awarded to Rand Corporation - Helping policymakers and other stakeholders understand potential consequences for consumers of the Affordable Care Act's complex tax-credit structure
- $144,618.00 awarded to Urban Institute - Analyzing the impact on marketplace enrollment of special enrollment periods for individual insurance
- $79,184.00 awarded to George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences - Studying the impact of Maryland's Total Patient Revenue alternative-payment pilot on health care cost and quality
- $100,000.00 awarded to Stanford University School of Medicine - Providing consumers and policymakers with information on variation in financial risk across marketplace plans as a component of affordability