Following are additional resources from other organizations that may be useful in developing advocacy efforts around the repeal and replacement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Please check back as we will update this page as more resources become available. If you would like to add your resources to this page, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 22: Analysis from Avalere finds that the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson (GCHJ) bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would lead to a substantial reduction in federal Medicaid funding to states of $713B through 2026 and more than $3.5T over a 20-year period if block grant funding is not reauthorized.
September 22: The Brookings Institution released analysis that estimates that the Graham-Cassidy legislation would reduce the number of people with insurance coverage by around 21 million each year during the 2020 through 2026 period.
September 20: State-by-state analysis from Avalere finds that the GCHJ bill to repeal and replace the ACA would lead to a reduction in federal funding to states by $215B through 2026 and more than $4T over a 20-year period.
September 20: In an issue brief for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation State Health & Value Strategies project—State Policy and Budget Impacts of New Graham-Cassidy Repeal and Replace Proposal—Manatt Health provides a detailed overview of the new proposal, including key details on the proposed block grant, referred to as the “Market-Based Health Care Grant Program.”
March 8: The Kaiser Family Foundation developed an interactive tool to do side-by-side comparisons and the New York Times developed a series of simple maps to get a snapshot of how financial assistance differs between the ACA and the American Health Care Act (AHCA).
February 7: PatientsLikeMe poll on the Affordable Care Act, which shows that most people with chronic conditions have found that the ACA has been helpful.