The Impacts of Healthcare Reform on Access to Care and Health Behaviors in Low-Income Individuals: Evidence From Massachusetts.

Meiselbach, Mark.

In 2006 Massachusetts passed legislation aimed at extending health coverage to nearly all of its citizens. Key elements of the reform include provisions directed at extending coverage to low-income individuals and a mandate requiring nearly all residents to be enrolled in a qualifying health plan. While past literature illustrated the impacts of the reform on access to care, preventative care, and... read more

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Health care reform--Massachusetts.
Health services administration--Massachusetts.
Poor--Services for--Massachusetts.
Tufts University. Department of Economics.
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