Private coverage could cut "churn" between Medicaid, exchanges

07/7/2013 | Hill, The

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that expanding Medicaid coverage by helping families with fluctuating incomes purchase private insurance could lead to more stable coverage for those families. The model could reduce by up to 66% the movement back and forth between health insurance exchanges and Medicaid for families in some states, the study's authors said.

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