Insurance Market Reforms and the Individual Insurance Marketplace: Implications for Coverage Expansions
Proposals that attempt to expand coverage in the private individual insurance market will only work if private insurance is available and affordable. This paper describes how the current individual marketplace will affect the ability of such proposals to assure equitable access to affordable coverage.
This paper is part of the Kaiser Incremental Health Reform Project.
also of interest
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- Year Two of the ACA Coverage Expansions: On-the-Ground Experiences from Five States
- How Does Gaining Coverage Affect People's Lives? Access, Utilization, and Financial Security among Newly Insured Adults
- How Have State Medicaid Expansion Decisions Affected the Experiences of Low-Income Adults? Perspectives from Ohio, Arkansas, and Missouri