Care access similar for those with ACA coverage, employer plans

Individuals who are covered through Affordable Care Act marketplace plans are just as likely to have access to needed care as those who have employer-based coverage and more likely than those who are uninsured, according to new survey data compiled by the Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Those with marketplace coverage or Medicaid coverage were also more likely to have had a check-up in the last year than the uninsured and less likely to have unmet healthcare needs tied to affordability issues. Survey results

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