Affordable Care Act
Nearly 25% of respondents taking DMDs use free or discounted drug programs.
Those who receive subsidies will likely not feel the effects of the rate hike.
Seven payment models that address 3 physician needs have been described by the AMA.
Patients may be unable to discern which tests are medically necessary.
Improvements in nonelderly adults were seen across all income and state Medicaid expansion groups.
The data does not take into account many provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Through the ACA, nearly 16 million adults have gained health insurance.
With Republicans now the majority, expect to see repeals of aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
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