Business Insider/Reuters 4/8 5/8 6/8 7/8 8/8 1/8 2/8 3/8 4/16 1/2/8 Health Care and the Economy A review of Trump’s signature health care plan, the Affordable Care Act, which Trump signed in May.
6/10 Trump’s order signed Tuesday requires states to implement the ACA’s essential health benefits requirement.
5/10 Health insurance providers are now required to provide coverage for the cost of “essential health benefits,” which include mental health, substance abuse, substance use, and pregnancy and maternity care.
The rules also require health insurers to cover people with pre-existing conditions and cover maternity care for workers in their workplace.
5 million people signed up for coverage on HealthCare.gov.
6 million people have received subsidies under the ACA to help pay for the premiums.
Trump said in May that the subsidies would be expanded to help cover more people.
7/10 More than 1.8 million Americans have already enrolled in coverage under the newly enacted federal subsidies.
6% of Americans have gained health insurance since the start of the year.
8 million people now receive tax credits for paying for their premiums.
6.6 million people received tax credits in 2018 for buying coverage on Marketplace.
1.9 million people got Medicaid expansion subsidies.
8.4 million people enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans.
The federal government has said that more than 400,000 Americans will be covered by the ACA as of July 1.
7 million people were expected to lose their health insurance by then.
6,700,000 more people have signed up under the Medicaid expansion.
9 million people will lose insurance by the end of 2019.
3 million people had their insurance canceled.
11 million people already had their health coverage canceled.
12 million people would have to pay more for their coverage.
10 million people get subsidies to buy health insurance on Health Insurance Marketplace.
9,000,000 people get Medicaid expansion credits.
10,000 individuals will lose health insurance because of the Trump health care orders.
9.5 million people receive subsidies to pay for health insurance.
11.3 million people currently receive health insurance subsidies from the Medicaid Expansion.
10.5% of the population was expected to be covered in 2019.
10% of people are expected to have insurance.
12% of enrollees have no insurance.
14.7 million people are currently covered by Medicaid.
Of the 1.2 million people who received Medicaid expansion benefits, 7.3% received tax incentives to buy insurance.
4.9% of them received tax breaks to buy coverage.
3.8% received subsidies to purchase coverage.
2.7% received other subsidies.
2% received Medicaid expansions.
2 million people lost their health plan because of Trump health plans.
1 million people could lose their plan because Trump’s plans will make them pay more.
The number of people insured through the ACA is now 8.7m people.
The share of the U.S. population insured through its Medicaid expansion has risen to 8.5%, according to a new analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
4% of adults in the United States are uninsured.
7.8m adults are covered through Medicaid.
3% of those adults have no health insurance and can’t afford it. 3m people in the U:s are insured through their employer.
1 in 4 Americans live in poverty.
4 million Americans are currently in the “insurance gap.”
3.5 Million people have lost their coverage through the Affordable Health Care Act.
1 Million people will have to spend more to get insurance coverage.
4 Million people are eligible for Medicaid expansion but will have the tax credits.
1% of U. S. adults are insured.
3 Million people who qualify for Medicaid would be eligible for tax credits through the tax reform legislation.
3 in 5 Americans are insured, but don’t have health insurance or don’t want to pay higher premiums.
2 Million Americans would be covered if they were enrolled in private insurance, but their employer would not pay for their premium.
5% of all Americans will not be covered through the new health care law.
8% of children under age 18 in the country are uninsured and are not insured.
9% of kids under age 19 are uninsured, but are insured and can afford their premiums, according to the Kaiser Foundation.
7% of uninsured adults live in households with incomes of $50,000 or less.
10%, 7% and 4% in the US are uninsured at least once in their lives, according the Kaiser Health Tracking Project.
11% of Medicaid enrollees who are not uninsured will be paying the premium.
The new Trump health plan will make insurance more expensive.
Trump wants to make the cost to insure individuals and families higher.
Trump’s proposed changes would result in more people losing health insurance coverage, increasing the number of uninsured and cutting federal funding for the ACA.
8/10 1 in 5 people in America are uninsured in the first year of Trumpcare