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Medicaid expansions and fertility in the United States

Thomas C. DeLeire

Medicaid expansions and fertility in the United States

by Thomas C. DeLeire

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility -- Economic aspects -- United States,
  • Medicaid -- Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas DeLeire, Leonard M. Lopoo, Kosali I. Simon.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 12907., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12907.
    ContributionsLopoo, Leonard M., Simon, Kosali Ilayperuma., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17632947M
    OCLC/WorldCa85268561

      Medicaid Expansion, HIV Testing, and HIV-Related Risk Behaviors in the United States, – Affiliation Yunwei Gai PhD, and John Marthinsen PhD The authors are with the Economics Division, Babson College, Babson Park, by: 1. Article excerpt. Medicaid Expansions. Expansion of publicly-financed health insurance programs has been an integral feature of recent efforts to reduce the number of uninsured, non-elderly persons in the United States. The origin of this approach was the creation of Medicaid .

    The Expanding Coverage MAC Learning Collaborative is providing a forum for states and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to translate the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) eligibility and enrollment standards and processes required by the Affordable Care Act into program design options. Products developed or used by the . Downloadable (with restrictions)! Abstract The theoretical and empirical links between public health insurance access and fertility in the United States remain unclear. Utilizing a demographic cell-based estimation approach with panel data (–), we revisit the large-scale Medicaid expansions to pregnant women during the s to estimate the Cited by: 1.

    After Medicaid expansions in these three states, the population death rate for year old adults declined by 6%, or roughly 20 deaths per ,, when compared to adults living in demographically and economically similar counties in non-expanding states. The proportion of adults reporting being enrolled in Medicaid increased from % to % in expansion states and from % to % in matched control states. In Medicaid program expansion states.


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Medicaid expansions and fertility in the United States by Thomas C. DeLeire Download PDF EPUB FB2

Medicaid Expansions and Fertility in the United States Thomas DeLeire, Leonard M. Lopoo, Kosali I. Simon. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in February NBER Program(s):Health Care, Health Economics Beginning in the mid s and extending through the early to mid s, a substantial number of women and children gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based by: Medicaid Expansions and Fertility in the United States.

Thomas DeLeire, Leonard M. Lopoo, Kosali I. Simon. We also thank Jonathan Gruber for sharing the Medicaid eligibility programs used in his previous research and Melissa Kearney for sharing her data on family caps, welfare waivers, and TANF implementation.

Recent Books Earlier Books Cited by: Medicaid Expansions and Fertility in the United States AFDC, counting the fetus as a child. Although there were some smaller expansions of Medicaid prior tothese were fairly minor (see Currie and Gruber Figure 2).

Through further expansions in the Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation. Beginning in the mids and extending through the early to mids, a substantial number of women and children in the United States gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions. Using natality data from the National Center for Health Statistics, we estimate fertility responses to these eligibility by:   Beginning in the mid s and extending through the early to mid s, a substantial number of women and children gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions.

Using natality data from the National Center for Health Statistics, we estimate fertility responses to these eligibility by: Beginning in the mids and extending through the early to mids, a substantial number of women and children in the United States gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions.

Using natality data from the National Center for Health Statistics, we estimate fertility responses to these eligibility by: Medicaid expansions are associated with changes in fertility in the United States. Medicaid has the potential to reduce greatly the financial costs associated with childbirth.

and to a lesser extent to reduce the financial cost of being a parent. Today, Medicaid is the largest health insurance provider in the United States, with 74 million beneficiaries. Last fall, Maine became the 32nd state to embrace expansion -- and the first to do so.

Clinics that once specialized in no-cost care for uninsured patients have begun to accept Medicaid beneficiaries as a result of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) Medicaid expansion. There are about 1, no-cost clinics in the United States that provide care for about six million residents, according to the National Association of Free and.

Embed this map on your website. The Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) allowed states to opt out of the law's Medicaid expansion, leaving each state's decision to participate in the hands of the nation's governors and state leaders.

Now, amid perennial debate over whether to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the fate of Medicaid expansion. THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT. Signed into law by President Obama on Ma after a series of contentious votes in Congress, the ACA aspires to achieve near-universal health insurance coverage while slowing the rate of increase in healthcare spending in the United States.

saw the Supreme Court uphold the bulk of the law and President Obama win Cited by: 8. Research shows that Medicaid expansions result in reductions in uninsured hospital, clinic, or other provider visits and uncompensated care costs, whereas providers in non-expansion states have.

potential expansion enrollees reside in States with expanded eligibility in and after. Comparison to Actuarial Report Projections Compared to the prior report, total projected Medicaid expenditures for benefits and administrative costs are expected to File Size: 1MB.

To date, there have been three articles asking if Medicaid expansions are related to fertility. Joyce, Kaestner, and Kwan () use data from 15 states between and for to year-olds with a high school education or less to estimate the relationship between Medicaid expansions and state fertility rates.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Beginning in the mid s and extending through the early to mid s, a substantial number of women and children gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions.

Using natality data from the National Center for Health Statistics, we estimate fertility responses to these eligibility expansions. In the United States, pregnant women and children’s eligibility for Medicaid was expanded dramatically during the s and early s. By lowering pregnancy and child health care costs, the Medicaid expansions may have increased the incentives for women to have by: Get this from a library.

Medicaid expansions and fertility in the United States. [Thomas C DeLeire; Leonard M Lopoo; Kosali Ilayperuma Simon; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "Beginning in the mid s and extending through the early to mid s, a substantial number of women and children gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions.

Get this from a library. Medicaid Expansions and Fertility in the United States. [Thomas DeLeire; Leonard M Lopoo; Kosali I Simon] -- Beginning in the mid s and extending through the early to mid s, a substantial number of women and children gained eligibility for Medicaid through a series of income-based expansions.

Using. 35, individuals were enrolled in CHIP or were children enrolled in the Medicaid program in the 49 states that reported child enrollment data for November representing % of total Medicaid and CHIP program enrollment.

Show Medicaid Expansion Status. 34 expansion states 17 non-expansion states. Created with Raphaël 1 Two additional indicators examined in this report are: 1) Medicaid expansion and state Medicaid family planning eligibility expansions, which replaces an indicator in IWPR’s previous Status of Women in the States reports on state contraceptive coverage laws; and 2) same-sex marriage or second-parent adoption, which modifies an indicator on.

The Effects of the ACA Medicaid Expansion on Nationwide Home Evictions and Eviction-Court Initiations: United States, – American Journal of Public Health, Vol.No.

10Cited by:   Is Medicaid expansion helping rural areas? Community health centers have long provided primary care to millions of patients in underserved areas across the United States, both urban and rural.

A key feature of the Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare, as it has come to be known — is the expansion of Medicaid to millions of low-income Americans, many of them uninsured, beginning next year.

This has been one of the most controversial parts of the new health care law, and some states are still deciding whether to take part in the expansion.