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Economics and Finance
Nine years after passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and five years after the Medicaid expansion roll-out, the debate and cost-benefit analysis on U.S. health reform rages on. While many impacts of the ACA remain unmeasured or inconclusive due to mixed research claims and the complexities inherent to healthcare, widespread research interest on the effects of Medicaid expansion have led to some early findings regarding cost, access and quality.
Hubbard, Hayden Garff, "Medicaid Expansion and Diagnosis-Targeted Cost Shifting Behavior: The Case of Diabetic Treatment and Insulin Pricing" (2019). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 509.
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