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Inflation Reduction Act Research Series: Projected Impacts for Women Enrolled in Medicare

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is helping people with Medicare, including nearly 30 million women enrolled in Part D. Our review shows that, in 2020, about 733,000 women enrolled in Part D and B would have benefited from the IRA’s $35 insulin cap and, in 2021, about 2 million women would not have had any out-of-pocket costs for recommended adult vaccines covered by Part D.
ASPE Issue Brief

New Federal 12-Month Continuous Eligibility Expansion: Over 17 Million Children Could Gain New Protections from Coverage Disruptions

This issue brief presents estimates of children’s average monthly gains in Medicaid and CHIP eligibility under a federal 12-month CE requirement. Characteristics and household income of children gaining eligibility under a national, 12-month CE policy are also presented.
ASPE Issue Brief

HealthCare.gov Enrollment by Race and Ethnicity, 2015-2023

This issue brief presents Marketplace enrollment and plan selections by race and ethnicity among 2015-2023 Open Enrollment Period enrollees in HealthCare.gov states using combined self-reported race and ethnicity information with imputed data for missing values.
ASPE Issue Brief

Health Insurance Marketplaces: 10 Years of Affordable Private Plan Options

The Affordable Care Act substantially transformed the market for non-group private health insurance, introducing new consumer protections and coverage standards and establishing Health Insurance Marketplaces.
ASPE Issue Brief

Marketplace Enrollee Demographics, Plan Generosity, and Plan Premiums in HealthCare.gov States, 2015-2022

This Issue Brief focuses on the changes over time in Marketplace insurance coverage in HealthCare.gov states and the association between various demographic and plan characteristics including income, metal level selection, race and ethnicity, and premiums by leveraging self-reported and imputed data.
Report

2025 HHS Evaluation Plan

The FY 2025 HHS Evaluation Plan details the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) efforts to answer the priority questions presented in the current HHS Evidence Building Plan. This plan provides both an overview of HHS evaluation activities planned for FY 2025 and detailed information for each new and continuing evaluation effort.
ASPE Issue Brief

Generic Drug Utilization and Spending Among Medicare Part D Enrollees in 2022

In 2022, 43.3 million Medicare Part D enrollees (82 percent) filled 1.1 billion prescriptions for generic prescription drugs. While most enrollees filled at least one prescription for $2 or less, most (54 percent) paid more than $2 for at least one generic drug. Over 6 million enrollees filled at least one prescription for over $20.
ASPE Data Point

National Uninsured Rate Remains Largely Unchanged at 7.7 Percent in the Third Quarter of 2023

According to the most recent National Health Interview Survey data, the national uninsured rate in the third quarter of 2023 was 7.7 percent, unchanged statistically from the first two quarters of 2023.
Report

The Fiscal Impact of Refugees and Asylees at the Federal, State, and Local Levels from 2005-2019

Between 1990 and 2022, the United States welcomed over 2.1 million refugees and accepted over 800,000 asylees. While the purpose of granting visas to refugees and asylees is humanitarian, they do impact the United States economically. This analysis estimates the fiscal impact of refugees and asylees on federal, state, and local governments from 2005 to 2019.