The state of ACA implementation

02/3/2014 | HealthDay News

A new Commonwealth Fund survey found significant differences in how various states have implemented the Affordable Care Act, with California, New York, Oregon and Vermont among the 10 states doing the most to implement the law and Texas, Alabama, Missouri and Wyoming among the states doing the least. Twenty-four states have not expanded Medicaid eligibility, 16 and the District of Columbia have established insurance marketplaces, 32 states and the District of Columbia have take legislative or regulatory action to implement at least one ACA change, and seven states have taken steps to implement all three of the law's primary components, the report found.

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