The Urban Institute is undertaking a comprehensive monitoring and tracking project to examine coverage trends among the different groups targeted by the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) coverage expansions. The briefs focus on topics such as health insurance trends among children, adults and parents with dependents, workers and regions.
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- 1. A Decade of Coverage Losses: Implications for the Affordable Care Act
- 2. Virtually Every State Experienced Deteriorating Access to Care for Adults Over the Past Decade
- 3. The Financial Burden of Medical Spending Among the Non-Elderly, 2010
- 4. Deteriorating Health Insurance Coverage from 2000 to 2010: Coverage Takes the Biggest Hit in the South and Midwest
- 5. Uninsurance is not Just a Minority Issue: White Americans Are a Large Share of the Growth from 2000 to 2010
- 6. Declining Health Insurance in Low-Income Working Families and Small Businesses
- 7. Trends in U.S. Health Care Spending Leading Up to Health Reform
ACA Implementation Monitoring and Tracking: Quantitative Analysis Reports
These reports examine health reform implementation issues ranging from Medicaid expansion to state insurance exchanges in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.View the series