- KanCare expansion would have a positive impact on state and local budgets
- KanCare expansion would bolster state economy
- Kansas can count on continued federal financial support for KanCare expansion
- KanCare expansion would protect and strengthen rural hospitals
- Most people eligible for KanCare expansion are in working families
- State-specific solutions for expansion are working
- Enrollment growth in expansion states is strong, driving down the uninsured rate to record lows
- KanCare expansion is good for patients and public health
- Infographic: Current KanCare eligibility, and how expansion would close the gap
- Infographic: Example of families in the health insurance gap
Frequently Cited Studies
- “Medicaid Expansion: A Pro-Growth Policy,” Kansas Center for Economic Growth
- “Impact of Medicaid Expansion on the Kansas State Budget,” Manatt Health Solutions. Dec. 2015.
- “Medicaid Enrollment & Spending Growth: FY 2015 & 2016￼,” Kaiser Family Foundation. Oct. 2015.
- “Budgetary and Economic Effects of Repealing the Affordable Care Act,” Congressional Budget Office. June 2015.
- “States Expanding Medicaid See Significant Budget Savings and Revenue Gains,” State Health Reform Assistance Network. April 2015.
- “Updated Estimates of the Effects of the Insurance Coverage Provisions of the Affordable Care Act,” Congressional Budget Office. April 2015.
- “What is the Result of States Not Expanding Medicaid?,” Urban Institute. Aug. 2014.
- “Economic and Employment Effects of Expanding Medicaid in Kansas,” George Washington University. Feb. 2013.