Medicaid Coverage and Spending in Health Reform: National and State-By-State Results for Adults at or Below 133% FPL
This analysis, performed by the Urban Institute for the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, shows that the expansion of Medicaid under the health reform law will significantly increase the number of people covered by the program and reduce the uninsured in states across the country, with the federal government picking up the vast majority of the cost.
The analysis is among the first to show for all 50 states and the District of Columbia the distribution of new Medicaid enrollees and costs, as well as the impact on the uninsured. Health reform will offer Medicaid coverage to millions of low-income adults for the first time and help establish a national floor for Medicaid eligibility that contrasts sharply with the wide variation in eligibility across state Medicaid programs today.
The Foundation released the analysis in conjunction with a public briefing in the Barbara Jordan Conference Center.
This 2010 analysis is not the Foundation’s most recent work on this subject. For the latest figures, released Nov. 26, 2012, please go here.
Executive Summary (.pdf)
Full Report: Medicaid Coverage and Spending in Health Reform: National and State-By-State Results for Adults at or Below 133% FPL (.pdf)
Materials From May 26, 2010 Public Briefing
Presentation Slides (.pdf)
Participant Bios (.pdf)
also of interest
- Health Coverage and Care in the South: A Chartbook
- The Cost and Coverage Implications of the ACA Medicaid Expansion: National and State-by-State Analysis
- Medicaid Financing: An Overview of the Federal Medicaid Matching Rate (FMAP)
- A Historical Review of How States Have Responded to the Availability of Federal Funds for Health Coverage