Massachusetts Health Reform At Ten Years: Great Progress, But Coverage Gaps Remain

Source: Sharon K. Long, Laura Skopec, Audrey Shelto, Katharine Nordahl and Kaitlyn Kenney Walsh, Health Affairs, vol. 35 no. 9, September 2016
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From the abstract:
Massachusetts’s 2006 health reform legislation was intended to move the state to near-universal health insurance coverage and to improve access to affordable health care. Ten years on, a large body of research demonstrates sustained gains in coverage. But many vulnerable populations and communities in the state have high uninsurance rates, and among those with coverage, gaps in access and affordability persist.