Grand Valley State University Researchers’ Work Focuses on Managed Care (Public Health Insurance and Employment Transitions): Managed Care – InsuranceNewsNet

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2022 JUL 12 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter – Staff News Editor at Health Policy and Law Daily — The results of the current managed care study have been released. According to reports from Grand Rapids, Michigan, by the editors of NewsRx, the research said, “This study explores the effect of public health insurance on employment transitions among adults without dependent children. Under the Affordable Care Act, many states have expanded Medicaid eligibility to cover adults whose incomes are up to 138% of the federal poverty level.

Journalists got a citation from the research of Grand Valley State University, “I exploit this eligibility threshold in a difference-in-discontinuities model and find that the probability of part-time employment increases relative to full-time employment. These transitions to employment are stronger among women, less educated workers and people aged 45 to 64.

According to the journalists, the research concluded: “An exploration of potential mechanisms shows that employment transitions are due to personal (voluntary) reasons as opposed to economic (involuntary) reasons, suggesting an increase in employment part time.

This research has been peer reviewed.

For more information on this research, see: Public health insurance and employment transitions. Labor saving2022;75:102126. Labor saving can be contacted at: ElsevierRadarweg 29, 1043 Nx Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Our press correspondents advise that additional information can be obtained by contacting Erkmen Giray Aslim, Grand Valley State UniversitySeidman Coll Business, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504, United States.

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