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The Uninsured: An Interactive Tool

Interactive tool examining various subgroups of the uninsured. The tool provides basic information and data on how many people in a subpopulation are uninsured, why they may be uninsured, and how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) may affect their coverage. Among the groups examined are people with pre-existing conditions, the unemployed, the self-employed, part-time workers, adults working for a small business, the near-elderly, young adults, adults living in a rural area, adults living with a disability and adults living with a mental illness.

Medicaid Managed Care in the Era of Health Reform – Briefing and Panel Discussion

Amid increasing state and national interest in using managed care delivery models for Medicaid beneficiaries, the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured (KCMU) hosted a public briefing on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 to provide information on recent transitions from fee-for-service to managed care, and to discuss their…

Faces of Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Profiles of People with Medicare and Medicaid Coverage

This brief examines the role of Medicare and Medicaid in the lives of dually eligible beneficiaries – low-income seniors and younger adults with disabilities who are eligible for both programs – through personal profiles. It includes a glossary of eligibility and service delivery system terms and state-level enrollment and expenditure data for dual eligibles.

Transitioning Beneficiaries with Complex Care Needs to Medicaid Managed Care: Insights from California

This brief examines how health service providers, plan administrators, and community-based organizations in Contra Costa, Kern, and Los Angeles Counties experienced the transition of Medi-Cal-only seniors and persons with disabilities (SPDs) to managed care as part of the state’s “Bridge to Reform” Medicaid waiver. Findings presented may inform similar transitions of high-need beneficiaries in other states and coverage expansions in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act.

The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Medicaid Eligibility, Enrollment, and Benefits for People with Disabilities

Medicaid is an important source of health insurance coverage for people with disabilities. This issue brief explains how Medicaid eligibility and benefits for people with disabilities are affected by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) rules as of 2014. Marketplace rules are discussed to the extent that they relate to Medicaid eligibility determinations for people with disabilities.

Medicaid Beneficiaries Who Need Home and Community-Based Services: Supporting Independent Living and Community Integration

This report features nine seniors and people with disabilities living in Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, and Tennessee, who rely on home and community-based services (HCBS). These profiles illustrate how beneficiaries’ finances, employment status, relationships, well-being, independence, and ability to interact with the communities in which they live—in addition to their health care—are affected by their Medicaid coverage and the essential role of HCBS in their daily lives.

The U.S. Government and Global Non-Communicable Diseases

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of global non-communicable disease efforts and examines the U.S. government’s role in addressing non-communicable diseases worldwide, including current activities, funding, and key issues.