The budgetary effects of Medicaid expansion on Pennsylvania an expansion on previous work

The Affordable Care Act is a substantial reform of the U.S. health care insurance system. In the spring of 2013, the RAND Corporation conducted an analysis assessing the budget effects of the expansion of Medicaid on the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The analysis was in part based on a specific set...

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Main Authors: Price, Carter C., Eibner, Christine (Author)
Corporate Authors: RAND Health, Rand Corporation
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA RAND 2013, 2013
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Summary:The Affordable Care Act is a substantial reform of the U.S. health care insurance system. In the spring of 2013, the RAND Corporation conducted an analysis assessing the budget effects of the expansion of Medicaid on the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The analysis was in part based on a specific set of assumptions 1) regarding the application of Pennsylvania⁰́₉s tax code and 2) about expenditures and revenue sources that could have a material impact on the budgetary outcomes. This addendum examines the sensitivity of those findings to alternative assumptions about the state budgetary effects
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