The Impact of Health Care Reform on Insurance Coverage: Update 2012
Deloitte model evaluates possible outcomes over 10 years
Changes to the U.S. health care system, and challenges to health care reform and their unintended results, could impact health insurance coverage in the coming decade.
In an update to its 2011 report, the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions evaluates a range of possible reform-driven outcomes on insurance coverage, from how employers might respond to cost increases to how uninsured individuals might participate in exchanges.
The Impact of Health Care Reform on Insurance Coverage: Projection Scenarios Over 10 Years – Update 2012:
- Explains how Deloitte’s Health Reform Impact Model, an actuarial-based tool, assesses the impact of key economic, behavioral, political, and strategic variables on health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
- Models likely scenarios that could have major impacts on health insurance coverage over the next 10 years.
- Estimates 2021 health insurance coverage for employer-sponsored groups, the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP), individual insurance market, health insurance exchanges (HIX), Medicaid, Medicare, and the uninsured.
- Discusses potential implications for industry stakeholders, including health insurance companies, employers, state and federal government, health care providers, employers, supply chain members, and consumers.
To read the report, please download the PDF attachment.