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Low-Income Adults In Medicaid Expansion States Report Better Access To Health Care

News | December 3, 2018

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Low-income adults, whether uninsured, covered by Medicaid, or covered by private health insurance, generally reported better access to health care in states that expanded Medicaid. In this context, low-income is defined as annual income less than or equal to 138% of the federal poverty level, which is $16,753 for a single adult or $33,885 for a household…

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