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  1. Enrollment Would Grow By 8 Million if States Expanded Medicaid

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released an updated analysis of the impact Medicaid expansion would have in states that have not expanded eligibility. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • Medicaid enrollment would grow by 8-9 million from 2018 through 2027.
    • Higher caseloads would increase state Medicaid spending by $82.5-$90.8 billion.
    • Caseload growth would increase federal funding by $595.8-$664.8 billion.
    • Federal subsidies in marketplaces would fall by $132.2-$133.2 billion.
    • Reductions in uncompensated care would save states $22.5-$27.9 billion.
    • Federal spending on uncompensated care would drop by $36.1-$44.6 billion.

    Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, April 2017

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