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1. Health insurance coverage eight years after the ACA: fewer uninsured Americans and shorter coverage gaps, but more underinsured


4. Status of U.S. health insurance coverage and the potential of recent congressional health reform bills to expand coverage and lower consumer costs: invited testimony : U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Rules : hearing on "Medicare for All Act of 2019"


6. How CBO and JCT analyze major proposals that would affect health insurance coverage


7. Mental health and substance use disorder parity under the ACA: national and state estimates of parity gains as of 2017


8. Medicaid: what to watch in 2019 from the administration, Congress, and the states


9. Changes in health coverage by race and ethnicity since implementation of the ACA: 2013-2017


11. The effects of Medicaid expansion under the ACA: updated findings from a literature review


13. Choosing wisely: selecting outcomes for comparative effectiveness research on services for adults with disabilities


14. Did the Affordable Care Act reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health insurance coverage?


15. Federalism, the Affordable Care Act, and health reform in the 2020 election


16. Who are the remaining uninsured, and why do they lack coverage?: findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey : 2018


18. Community health centers and the President’s HIV Initiative: issues and challenges facing health centers in high-burden states and communities


19. Health care safety-net programs after the Affordable Care Act: innovative approaches and opportunities for states


20. Comparing health insurance reform options: from "building on the ACA" to single payer