Findings from HeA PA and Implications for ACA Implementation
AbstractCalifornia's Health-e-App Public Access (HeA PA) system enables low-income families to apply online for publicly funded children's health insurance. Findings from a study funded by the California Healthcare Foundation and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation have implications for Affordable Care Act implementation in California and other states. HeA PA contributed to growth in program applications, was used and well received by a segment of Internet-connected applicants, and complemented the system of assisted-online applications that many applicants used.
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