|By DANA AMIHERE MarylandReporter; DANA AMIHERE MarylandReporter|
Stethoscope and dollarsHealth care system reforms under the Affordable Care Act will cost the state billions to implement but are also projected to generate income from FY 2014 to FY 2020 as a result of the newly insured, a new study reports.
Researchers at the
While the federal government's infusion of money into the state via subsidies or increased match for
The state's new health insurance exchange, expansion of
Nolin says he interprets the 6-year period between FY 2014 and FY 2020 — the ACA's effect date and when all provisions have been put in place — as a means of "buying breathing time to get control of medical inflation" during which cost-containment measures can be put in place before federal funds drop off.
At a Greater Baltimore Committee forum last, health care administrators questioned whether the increased
"I can almost guarantee that
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