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2. The Affordable Care Act and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders


7. Affordable Care Act: IRS should mitigate limitations of data to be used for the age and gender adjustment for the tax on high-cost health plans : report to Congressional committees


14. Competition and choice in the health insurance marketplaces, 2014-2015: impact on premiums


17. Data inadequacies undermine CMS's oversight of the inconsistency resolution process for the federal marketplace


18. EHR payment incentives for providers ineligible for payment incentives and other funding study


22. Eligible uninsured African Americans: 6 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP


23. Eligible uninsured Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders: 8 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP


24. Eligible uninsured Latinos: 8 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP


31. Federal subsidies for health insurance coverage for people under age 65: 2017 to 2027


35. Health insurance issuer participation and new entrants in the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015


37. Health insurance marketplaces: CMS needs to improve its oversight of state IT systems' sustainability and performance : report to Congressional requesters


42. Improper payments: improvements needed in CMS and IRS controls over health insurance premium tax credit : report to Congressional committees


43. Increased coverage of preventive services with zero cost sharing under the Affordable Care Act


48. Nearly 5 in 10 uninsured single young adults eligible for the health insurance marketplace could pay $50 or less per month for coverage in 2014