Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has expanded coverage to millions of people without causing a permanent spike in health spending growth, according to a report prepared by researchers at the Urban Institute with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
A new survey finds that the percentage of workers who have health insurance through their employer has remained stable since the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Insurers generally have avoided using telemedicine providers within their provider networks, despite widespread physician shortages in some areas, according to a new study.
The 31 states (and District of Columbia) that expanded eligibility of their Medicaid program are saving millions—and in many cases, tens of millions—of dollars without sacrificing the number of services offered, according to a new report.
Primary care physicians (PCPs) in states that expanded Medicaid are seeing substantially more Medicaid patients than PCPs in states that did not expand the program, according to a study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and athenahealth, Inc.
New research examining household spending on health care shows that typical marketplace enrollees with incomes between 200 and 500 percent of the federal poverty level spend more than 10 percent of their income on insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs.
Experts from the Urban Institute, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, have compiled a two-page overview explaining potential effects of the pending King v. Burwell Supreme Court ruling.
PRINCETON, N.J.—The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) today announced an initial $25 million commitment over the next three years to fund innovative research on policies, laws, system interventions, and community dynamics that improve health and well-being, with emphasis on sectors not typica