EHF’s analysis found that beginning in January 2021, more than 1.1 million Texans could be part of the uninsured who become stuck in the state’s health insurance “coverage gap”—a 50 percent increase from 2020.
The goal of this effort was to provide a starting point for estimating the health impact and societal value of comprehensive community development investments.
The report, “Integrating Social Care into the Delivery of Health Care: Moving Upstream to Improve the Nation’s Health,” shows that addressing patients’ social needs within health care delivery is key to improving health outcomes and reducing health disparities.
A new policy brief documents steady growth at the nation’s 1,362 community health centers, highlighting the importance of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion and continued grant funding.
A data brief presents a statistical analysis of uninsured non-elderly adults age 18-64 with no children and lower incomes, the population newly eligible for MaineCare through expansion.
The goal of the white paper was to understand and identify opportunities to overcome stigmas that prevent certain healthcare providers from screening and treating patients with opioid use disorder and close the treatment gap.
A new report examines health care spending, utilization, and prices for New Yorkers covered by employer-sponsored health insurance from 2013 to 2017. It includes analyses by type of service: inpatient, outpatient, professional services, and prescription drugs.