New Research on the Affordable Care Act Finds Expanded Coverage for those in Justice System with Remaining Gaps

October 12, 2016


Health Insurance Trends and Access to Behavioral Healthcare Among Justice-Involved Individuals—United States, 2008–2014, Health Policy, September 2016 Read More


During the first years of the Affordable Care Act, a new study finds, the rate of health insurance coverage rose significantly among people who in the past year had been arrested or were on probation or parole, and they were more likely to get treatment for serious mental illness, alcohol use disorders and substance use issues. Read More:


From Kaiser Health News


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