ACA subsidies cost more per person than Medicaid. Is that sustainable?

Source: Susannah Luthi, Modern Healthcare, August 8, 2018

Government spending on Obamacare premiums has raced past its per-person spending on Medicaid expansion, and the gap is poised to increase—a trend that has some policy experts shaking their heads over the long-term economic picture and at least one major insurer questioning the sustainability of the individual market….

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Enrolling Americans in Medicaid Is Now Cheaper Than Subsidizing Their Obamacare Coverage
Source: Jordan Weissman, Slate, August 10, 2018

Federal Subsidies for Health Insurance Coverage for People Under Age 65: 2018 to 2028
Source: Congressional Budget Office, May 2018
CBO and JCT project that the federal subsidies, taxes, and penalties associated with health insurance coverage for people under age 65 will result in a net subsidy from the federal government of $685 billion in 2018.

Federal Subsidies for Health Insurance Coverage for People Under Age 65: Tables from CBO’s Spring 2018 Projections
Source: Congressional Budget Office, May 2018