States had flexibility in their implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansions, which may have led to variation in coverage and changes in access to care for workers with disabilities.
Related Publications for Anna Hill
Access to Care and Health Insurance Coverage for Workers with Disabilities: Outcomes by State-Level Responses to the ACAApr 15, 2021
Trends in Medical Conditions and Functioning in the U.S. Population, 1997–2017Apr 01, 2021
Over the last several decades, the federal disability rolls grew substantially, though this growth has slowed more recently.
The Impact of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax on Prices and Product AvailabilityJun 30, 2020
This paper examines the impact of Philadelphia’s beverage tax, enacted in 2017, on the prices and availability of both taxed and untaxed beverages. We find that, on average, distributors and retailers fully passed through the tax to consumers. We also find that the tax reduced the availability of taxed...
Oakland’s Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax: Impacts on Prices, Purchases and Consumption by Adults and Children (Journal Article)May 01, 2020
In this paper, we estimate the impact of the tax on retail prices, product availability, purchases, and child and adult consumption of taxed beverages in Oakland, as well as of potential substitute beverages.
Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Workers with Disabilities, 2001–2017Jan 01, 2020
Workers with disabilities have different options than their peers for obtaining health insurance, and face barriers in accessing care. The ACA led to changes in the availability and affordability of health insurance in the US beginning in 2010, and may have had effects for workers with disabilities.
Could a Rise in Social and Cognitive Limitations Increase Enrollment in Disability Programs?Nov 30, 2019
This brief examined levels of functioning among working-age adults and summarizes findings about an increase in social and cognitive limitations in both the general population and among people with certain medical conditions.
Do Short-Term Changes in Funding Improve Vocational Rehabilitation Outcomes? Evidence from the ARRANov 14, 2019
The Vocational Rehabilitation program received $540 million in funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (2009), primarily intended to serve more applicants and increase services to customers. We consider the impact of ARRA-influenced changes in VR funding levels on several outcomes.
The Impact of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax on Purchases and Consumption by Adults and ChildrenSep 26, 2019
In this paper, the authors examine the effects of Philadelphia’s tax of 1.5 cents per ounce of sweetened beverages, including regular and diet soda, which went into effect January 1, 2017.
Trends in Medical Conditions and Functioning in the U.S. Population, 1997-2017Sep 16, 2019
Using NHIS data we find an increase in prevalence in selected chronic conditions that are common among Social Security disability beneficiaries.
Oakland's Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax: Impacts on Prices, Purchases and Consumption by Adults and ChildrenSep 16, 2019
This study examines the effects of Oakland’s sugar-sweetened beverage tax on prices, purchases, and consumption among adults and children.
The Impact of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax on Prices and Product AvailabilitySep 30, 2018
In this paper, the authors examine the impact of Philadelphia’s beverage tax, enacted in 2017, on the prices and availability of taxed beverages and untaxed beverages that may be substitutes for consumers.
The Impact of the Philadelphia Beverage Tax on Purchases and Consumption by Adults and ChildrenSep 30, 2018
In this paper, the authors examine the effects of the beverage tax of 1.5 cents per ounce that was implemented in Philadelphia starting January 1, 2017.
Databases to Track Use of Preventive Services After Implementation of the Affordable Care ActNov 30, 2014
The purpose of this project was to produce a list of databases that could be used to track the use of preventive services among privately insured individuals following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.