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People With HIV in Non-Medicaid Expansion States: Who Could Gain Coverage Eligibility Through Build Back Better or Future Expansion?

Kaiser Family Foundation
HIV in Non-Medicaid Expansion States (Web)

People with HIV living in the 12 states that have not adopted the Medicaid expansion face limited access to health coverage. In 2018, across sampled states, 20% of people with HIV living in non-expansion states were uninsured compared to 6% in expansion states, and those in expansion states were more likely to have Medicaid coverage (46% v 30%). Moreover, some adults with incomes below 100% of the federal poverty level (FPL) in non-expansion states fall into the “coverage gap”, where they do not qualify for Medicaid through an existing pathway and are not eligible for marketplace subsidies.

Audiences
Health Professionals
Author
Kaiser Family Foundation
Disease
HIV/AIDS
Subjects
HIV
Year of Publication
2022
Format
Report

Last Updated Date: 

3/17/22

Publication ID: 

362847