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The Dynamics of Health Insurance Within Families

EBRI [Employee Benefit Research Institute]

Jan. 26, 2023
Recorded Online
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Over 70% of working adults are covered by a group health plan, making it the predominant source of health insurance coverage.  In light of this, new EBRI research recently found that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has led to changes in the composition of health insurance coverage within families.  The study found that mothers are more likely to be the provider of family group coverage and that the “family glitch” is a barrier to non-group coverage. 

In addition, following the 2014 Medicaid Expansion, the share of families with children fully covered by Medicaid increased 50%, and the share of families without children fully covered by Medicaid increased by 33%. 

This complimentary webinar will discuss how health insurance coverage differs within and across families and investigate coverage trends over time.  The discussion will also include public policy issues related to the family glitch.

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