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The Affordable Care Act has successfully allowed states to expand health insurance to millions of their residents," said Sara Collins, PhD, vice president for health care coverage and access at the Commonwealth Fund and co-author of the new report, "States' Progress on Health Coverage and Access to Care, 2013-2016," in a release.
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The analysts used Commonwealth Fund telephone survey data for 432 adults ages 19 through 64 who have ACA exchange plan coverage, and 2,237 adults in that age group who have employer-sponsored coverage.
Policy decisions states have made are likely having an effect on the number of their residents who have health insurance," says Sara Collins, vice president of health care coverage and access at The Commonwealth Fund.
The New York-based Commonwealth Fund is a private foundation dedicated to expanding coverage and improving the quality and cost-effectiveness of the health care system.
Women, particularly those in their childbearing years, are uniquely at risk for being unable to afford the care they need, having trouble with medical bills, and having high out-of-pocket costs," says Commonwealth Fund Vice President and report co-author Sara Collins.
Source: The Commonwealth Fund 2011 International Health Policy Survey of Sicker Adults in Eleven Countries, Nov.
EXPENSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE premiums are detrimental to the survival of the middle class, according to a 2009 study released by The Commonwealth Fund.
The health reform proposal, unveiled by the Commonwealth Fund on Feb.
This is most likely because the premiums are too expensive, according to an analysis released recently by the Commonwealth Fund, a private foundation that supports independent research on health care issues.
Based on results from the 2007 National Survey of Nursing Homes, a new Commonwealth Fund report highlights important lessons, including the finding that the more a nursing home has adopted culture change principles, the greater the benefits, such as staff retention, higher occupancy rates, better competitive position, and improved operational costs.
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