Source: Lisa Dubay, Allison Cook, Bowen Garrett, Urban Institute, August 27, 2009
From the abstract:
In this analysis, a health reform scenario is modeled that would expand Medicaid to an estimated 17.0 million uninsured individuals with incomes up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL), would provide subsidies to 16.3 million uninsured individuals with incomes between 133 and 399 percent of the FPL, and would require an additional 4.3 million uninsured individuals to obtain coverage through an individual mandate, though they would not be eligible for Medicaid or subsidies. The first brief contains an overview of the entire nonelderly uninsured population, and the three remaining briefs address children, parents and childless adults, respectively.
– How Will the Uninsured be Affected by Health Reform?
– How Will Uninsured Childless Adults be Affected by Health Reform?
– How Will Uninsured Children be Affected by Health Reform?
– How Will Uninsured Parents be Affected by Health Reform?