Consequences of Proposed Eligibility Reduction of HUSKY A Parents
Commonwealth Medicine, Center for Health Law and Economics
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This report outlines the impact of the new budget proposal on 37,500 low-income working parents in Connecticut. Tighter eligibility requirements effective in 2014 will impact those currently insured under Medicaid (HUSKY). Higher out-of-pocket costs may prevent up to 11,000 parents from affording health insurance.
Connecticut, Medicaid, health insurance
Commonwealth Medicine Publications
London, Katharine; Seifert, Robert W.; and Grenier, Michael, "Consequences of Proposed Eligibility Reduction of HUSKY A Parents" (2013). Commonwealth Medicine Publications. 85.