Enrollment numbers are down slightly for HealthCare.Gov coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). However, this was expected given the rising costs and the mandate’s fee being reduced to zero.
CMS’ final report on coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) shows that approximately 11.8 million consumers enrolled in the health insurance marketplace.
The uninsured rate dropped to a record low during the first 3 months of 2016 at only 8.6% for all Americans, that is 1.3 million fewer than 2015 (9.2%), and 21.3 million fewer than 2010 (15.7%).
Roughly 20 million Americans have been covered under the ACA’s coverage provisions between Medicaid, the Marketplace, and children staying on their parents plan since 2010.
As of September 2015 an estimated 17.6 million are enrolled in ObamaCare including 15.3 million in the Marketplace and Medicaid and 2.3 million young adults.
According to CMS 9.9 million are enrolled and paid for Marketplace coverage. This is on track with the HHS estimate of 9.1 million for the end of 2015 and the CBO’s previous estimate of an average of 12 million for the year.
According to CMS nearly 950,000 Americans selected a plan through the HealthCare.gov via Special Enrollment between February 23 and June 30, 2015. What Is Special Enrollment? A Special Enrollment Period (SEP) is a time outside of open enrollment where people can get a Marketplace plan that is eligible for cost assistance and protects them from the fee. There are a number…
A new 2015 CDC study shows the uninsured rate below 10% at 9.2% for the first 3 months of 2015.
A second quarter 2015 Gallup-Healthways poll shows only 11.4% of Adults lack health insurance. This is down 6 points from late 2013 before key ACA changes took effect.
The uninsured rate in 2008 was about 15% studies show the current rate at about 12%. Studies are based on real and survey data, so both numbers are estimates.
A 2015 RAND corporation study shows gross enrollment numbers under the ACA of 22.8 million, while Medicaid sees 12 million according to CMS.
Under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) the uninsured rate dropped to 11.9% for Q1 of 2015. This is down about 1% from last quarter and 5.2% since 2013.
ObamaCare’s Marketplace subsidies cost on average $3,5000 per enrollee with subsidies, while Medicaid and CHIP subsidies cost $4,500 on average. Those are 2015 estimates and the costs rise over time with the growth of healthcare. Luckily the ACA curbs healthcare spending costs. Subsidy Spending in 2015 (From CBO Report January 2015) The CBO projected the cost of…
16.4 million uninsured gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) for a 35% reduction in uninsured as of March 2015.
Get the Facts on Young Adult Sign Ups Under the ACA ObamaCare enrollment numbers for young adults are about 2.6 million under the age of 26. The 18-34 demographic, the young adult demographic, disproportionately qualifies for cost assistance and Medicaid, this led to high enrollment numbers (28% of all enrollments) and an expectation of high…
Get the Facts on Medicaid and CHIP Sign Ups Under the ACA Medicaid signups during open enrollment exceeded 7 million. The Medicaid enrollment numbers were primarily due to Medicaid expansion, however the increased awareness of Medicaid created a woodworking effect (those who were eligible before the law “came out of the woodwork” to sign up…
Get the Facts on Who Signed Up For Health Insurance Outside of the Health Insurance Marketplace Between 15-25 million enrolled outside of the marketplace in 2014. Let’s take a look at enrollment numbers outside of ObamaCare’s marketplace. In 2013 over 15 million people enrolled in private health plans. In 2014 about 4.7 million were estimated…