Manatt Health April 23, 2024
Joel S. Ario, Amy Zhan

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplaces have nearly tripled their enrollment in their first decade of operation, from eight million people in 2014 to 21.4 million in 2024. At the national level, the ACA has helped cut the uninsured rate nearly in half through a combination of Medicaid expansion, Marketplace enrollment and other initiatives. However, this national success masks wide variation among the states, from a 2.4% uninsured rate in Massachusetts to a 16.6% uninsured rate in Texas.

A recent Manatt white paper, made possible by the generous support from the Robert Wood Johnson foundation, focuses on the role that State-Based Marketplaces (SBMs) have played in helping reduce the uninsured rate in the SBM states and discusses how the 32...

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