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Self-Employment and Health Care Reform: Evidence from Massachusetts
Thealexa Becker (au); Didem Tuzemen (au)
This report examined the effect of the Massachusetts health care reform on the uninsured rate and the self-employment rate in the state. The reform required all individuals to obtain health insurance, required most employers to offer health insurance to their employees, formed a private marketplace that offered subsidized health insurance options and expanded public insurance. The authors show that the reform led to a dramatic reduction in the stateńˇ╗s uninsured rate due to increased enrollment in both public and private health insurance. Easier access to health insurance encouraged self-employment in Massachusetts. There are many similarities between the Massachusetts health care reform and the national health care reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), so the PPACA will lower the national uninsured rate and may lead to a higher self-employment rate in the nation. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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