d Orav Both the Private Option And Traditional Medicaid Expansions Improved

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d Orav, “Both the ‘Private Option’ And Traditional Medicaid Expansions Improved Access To Care For Low- Income Adults,” Health Affairs 35, no. 1 (January 2016): 96-105. 47 Benjamin Sommers, Munira Gunja, Kenneth Finegold, and Thomas Musco, “Changes in Self -Reported Insurance Coverage, Access to Care, and Health Under the Affordable Care Act,” The Journal of the American Medical Association 314 no. 4 (July 2015): 366-374, 48 McMorrow, Kenney, Long, and Anderson, “Uninsurance Among Young Adults Continues to Decline, Particularly in Medicaid Expansion States,” Health Affairs 34, no. 4 (April 2015): 616-620.
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The Effects of Medicaid Expansion under the ACA: Updated Findings from a Literature Review 16 49 Barbara DiPietro, Samantha Artiga, and Alexandra Gates, Early Impacts of the Medicaid Expansion for the Homeless Population (Washington, DC: Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, November 2014), 50 Benjamin Sommers, Thomas Musco, Kenneth Finegold, Munira Gunja, Amy Burke, and Audrey McDowell, Health Reform and Changes in Health Insurance Coverage in 2014” The New England Journal of Medicine 371 (August 2014): 867-874, 51 Jessica Smith and Carla Medalia, Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau, September 2015), 52 Thomas Buchmueller, Zachary Levinson, Helen Levy, and Barbara Wolfe, “Effect of the Affordable Care Act on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Insurance Coverage,” American Journal of Public Health (May 2016), 53 Avery, Finegold, and Whitman, Affordable Care Act Has Led to Historic, Widespread Increase in Health Insurance Coverage (Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, September 2016). 54 Sommers, Blendon, Orav, and Epstein, “Changes in Utilization and Health Among Low -Income Adults After Medicaid Expansion or Expanded Private Insurance,” The Journal of the American Medical Association 176 no. 10 (October 2016): 1501-1509. 55 DiPietro, Artiga, and Gates, Early Impacts of the Medicaid Expansion for the Homeless Population (Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, November 2014). 56 Sommers, Musco, Finegold, Gunja, Burke, and McDowell, Health Reform and Changes in Health Insurance Coverage in 2014” The New England Journal of Medicine 371 (August 2014): 867-874. 57 Benjamin Sommers, Bethany Maylone, Robert Blendon, E. John Orav, and Arnold Epstein, “T hree-Year Impacts of the Affordable Care Act: Improved Medical Care and Health Among Low- Income Adults,” Health Affairs epub ahead of print (May 2017), 58 Decker, Lipton, and Sommers, “Medicaid Expansion Coverage Effects Grew in 2015 With Continued Improvements in Coverage Quality,” Health Affairs 36 no. 5 (May 2017): 819 -825.
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