Changes in coverage after Affordable Care Act among U.S. adults with mental health disorders

This statistic represents the simulated changes in coverage after Affordable Care Act among adults with mental health problems in the United States, as of 2011. At that point, the baseline for uninsured U.S. adults was at 36.7 percent, whereas a percentage of 15 percent is expected after the reform. That means almost 22 percent of the uninsured with mental health needs will gain coverage under the ACA.

Changes in coverage after Affordable Care Act among U.S. adults with mental health disorders, as of 2011*

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Source

Release date

January 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2011

Supplementary notes

Adults with probable depression or serious psychological distress. Based on data for adults ages 18-64 in the 2004-2006 Medical Expenditure Panel Surveys.

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