• Does Medicaid Make a Difference?

    According to a new Commonwealth Fund study, 95 percent of adults who have Medicaid and were covered all year have a regular doctor, and 55 percent report receiving excellent or very good care, experiences similar to those reported by people with private insurance.

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  • Americans' Experiences with Marketplace and Medicaid Coverage

    The latest Commonwealth Fund Affordable Care Act Tracking Survey finds the share of uninsured working-age adults was 13 percent in March–May 2015, compared with 20 percent just before the major coverage expansions went into effect. More than half of adults who currently have coverage either through the Affordable Care...

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  • Health Care Coverage and Access in the Nation's Four Largest States

    A new Commonwealth Fund study suggests that some of the differences in insurance coverage rates and affordability of care among the nation's four largest states may be attributable to health insurance policies in these states before and after the Affordable Care Act took effect.

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