American Action Forum March 23, 2023
Stephen Parente

Entering the 2023 plan year, the insurance market continues to see challenges from costs, uninsured individuals, and access to care. The Center for Health and Economy (H&E) is dedicated to assessing the impact of proposed reforms that attempt to address these issues. The following report details the most recent updates to the H&E baseline estimates of insurance coverage, federal budgetary impact, plan choice, and the premium landscape of health insurance for Americans under the age of 65.

KEY FINDINGS:

  • The individual market includes an estimated 16 million members in 2023, with 13 million lives covered through subsidized insurance offered in the Health Insurance Marketplace; the total size of the individual market is estimated to decline throughout the budget window—sinking...

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