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    Tracking Marketplace and Medicaid/CHIP Enrollment by State

    *Map updated October 24, 2014

    This map tracks enrollment data from state marketplaces, the federal marketplace and Medicaid/CHIP agencies for individuals and families enrolling in Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) and Medicaid/CHIP.{1} The map also provides state-by-state estimates for those eligible for marketplace and Medicaid/CHIP coverage from Kaiser Family Foundation and Urban Institute analyses.

    Like all State Refor(u)m research, this chart is a collaborative effort with you, the user. State Refor(u)m captures the health reform comments, documents, and links submitted by health policy thinkers and doers all over the country. And our team periodically supplements, analyzes, and compiles this key content.

    Know of something we should add to this compilation? Your feedback is central to our ongoing, real-time analytical process, so tell us in a comment, or email acardwell@nashp.org.

    States

    Color (Key)

    Text Color

    Potential Size of Marketplace Nongroup Market: {2}

    QHP Enrollment: {3}

    Estimate of Uninsured Eligible for Medicaid/CHIP: {4}

    Number Determined Eligible for Medicaid/CHIP: {5}

    AL

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    464,000

    97,870(as of 4/19)

    85,000

    274,406 (as of 10/17)

    AK

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    78,000

    12,890(as of 4/19)

    12,000

    42,594 (as of 10/17)

    AZ

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    551,000

    120,071(as of 4/19)

    511,000

    576,050 (as of 10/17; no data available for March-May)

    AR

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    227,000

    43,446(as of 4/19)

    276,000

    394,815 (as of 10/17)

    CA

    #339966

    #cccccc

    3,291,000

    1,405,102(as of 4/19)

    3,144,000

    5,171,198 (as of 10/17)

    CO

    #339966

    #cccccc

    501,000

    125,402/a>(as of 4/19)

    380,000

    311,204(as of 10/17)

    CT

    #339966

    #cccccc

    216,000

    79,192(as of 4/19)

    145,000

    146,121 (as of 10/17)

    DC

    #339966

    #cccccc

    36,000

    10,714(as of 4/19)

    23,000

    61,820 (as of 10/17)

    DE

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    48,000

    14,087(as of 4/19)

    43,000

    23,633 (as of 10/17)

    FL

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    2,545,000

    983,775(as of 4/19)

    347,000

    1,561,129 (as of 10/17)

    GA

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    1,063,000

    316,543(as of 4/19)

    181,000

    609,535 (as of 10/17)

    HI

    #339966

    #cccccc

    58,000

    8,592(as of 4/19)

    54,000

    65,835 (as of 10/17)

    ID

    #808080

    #cccccc

    202,000

    76,061(as of 4/19)

    27,000

    89,728 (as of 10/17)

    IL

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    937,000

    217,492(as of 4/19)

    867,000

    726,841 (as of 10/17)

    IN

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    525,000

    132,423(as of 4/19)

    113,000

    507,700 (as of 10/17)

    IA

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    262,000

    29,163(as of 4/19)

    148,000

    612,268 (as of 10/17)

    KS

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    298,000

    57,013(as of 4/19)

    41,000

    90,113 (as of 10/17)

    KY

    #339966

    #cccccc

    302,000

    82,747(as of 4/19)

    390,000

    654,078 (as of 10/17)

    LA

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    489,000

    101,778(as of 4/19)

    74,000

    232,911 (as of 10/17)

    ME

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    122,000

    44,258(as of 4/19)

    16,000

    45,904 (as of 10/17; no data available for April-May)

    MD

    #339966

    #cccccc

    419,000

    67,757(as of 4/19)

    308,000

    576,458 (as of 10/17)

    MA

    #339966

    #cccccc

    259,000

    31,695(as of 4/19)

    122,000

    Not released

    MI

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    725,000

    272,539(as of 4/19)

    722,000

    756,570 (as of 10/17)

    MN

    #339966

    #cccccc

    298,000

    48,495(as of 4/19)

    236,000

    230,704 (as of 10/17)

    MS

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    298,000

    61,494(as of 4/19)

    60,000

    200,868 (as of 10/17)

    MO

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    657,000

    152,335(as of 4/19)

    98,000

    125,825 (as of 10/17; no data available March-June)

    MT

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    152,000

    36,584(as of 4/19)

    24,000

    41,318 (as of 10/17)

    NE

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    239,000

    42,975(as of 4/19)

    25,000

    105,694 (as of 10/17)

    NV

    #339966

    #cccccc

    249,000

    45,390(as of 4/19)

    265,000

    157,442 (as of 10/17)

    NH

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    137,000

    40,262(as of 4/19)

    13,000

    41,364 (as of 10/17)

    NJ

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    628,000

    161,775(as of 4/19)

    459,000

    93,752 (as of 10/17)

    NM

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    193,000

    32,062(as of 4/19)

    219,000

    237,061 (as of 10/17)

    NY

    #339966

    #cccccc

    1,264,000

    370,451(as of 4/19)

    1,004,000

    1,584,261 (as of 10/17)

    NC

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    1,073,000

    357,584(as of 4/19)

    158,000

    788,077 (as of 10/17)

    ND

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    77,000

    10,597(as of 4/19)

    35,000

    13,709 (as of 10/17; no data for February, July & August)

    OH

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    812,000

    154,668(as of 4/19)

    155,000

    1,298,260 (as of 10/17)

    OK

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    446,000

    69,221(as of 4/19)

    90,000

    505,617 (as of 10/17)

    OR

    #339966

    #cccccc

    337,000

    68,308(as of 4/19)

    345,000

    483,636 (as of 10/17)

    PA

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    1,276,000

    318,077(as of 4/19)

    138,000

    728,827 (as of 10/17)

    RI

    #339966

    #cccccc

    70,000

    28,485(as of 4/19)

    54,000

    110,290 (as of 10/17)

    SC

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    491,000

    118,324(as of 4/19)

    87,000

    527,221 (as of 10/17)

    SD

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    118,000

    13,104(as of 4/19)

    35,000

    14,365 (as of 10/17)

    TN

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    645,000

    151,352(as of 4/19)

    107,000

    14,504 (as of 10/17; data only includes CHIP eligibility determinations)

    TX

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    3,143,000

    733,757(as of 4/19)

    581,000

    3,723,872 (as of 10/17)

    UT

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    331,000

    84,601(as of 4/19)

    47,000

    566,175 (as of 10/17)

    VT

    #339966

    #cccccc

    45,000

    38,048(as of 4/19)

    21,000

    62,659 (as of 10/17)

    VA

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    823,000

    216,356(as of 4/19)

    90,000

    387,890 (as of 10/17)

    WA

    #339966

    #cccccc

    507,000

    163,207(as of 4/19)

    444,000

    935,907 (as of 10/17; no data for February-March)

    WV

    #ff9900

    #cccccc

    117,000

    19,856(as of 4/19)

    159,000

    241,195 (as of 10/17)

    WI

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    482,000

    139,815(as of 4/19)

    68,000

    231,663 (as of 10/17; no data available October-January)

    WY

    #3366ff

    #cccccc

    80,000

    11,970(as of 4/19)

    8,000

    17,573 (as of 10/17)

    Array

    #FFFFFF

    #FFFFFF

    Key: 

    State-based marketplace states expanding Medicaid for 2014
    1 State-based marketplace state not expanding Medicaid for 2014
    Federal/partnership marketplace states expanding Medicaid for 2014
    Federal/partnership marketplace states not expanding Medicaid for 2014

    {1} Includes individuals and families who are newly eligible for Medicaid through the ACA as well as those who qualify under current eligibility levels.

    {2} Includes individual market only. Estimates are from Kaiser State-by-State Estimates. Figures include estimates for individuals who may shop for coverage in the marketplace and are not limited to those eligible for tax credits.

    {3} "Enrollment" for state marketplaces and federal marketplace coverage is defined as having selected a Qualified Health Plan (QHP).

    {4} Estimates from Urban Institute. Figures are uninsured individuals eligible for Medicaid/CHIP, either newly eligible through the ACA or those currently eligible, and are adjusted to account for a state's decision whether to expand Medicaid. 

    {5} Data from CMS, Medicaid and CHIP Monthly Enrollment Reports, Total New Determinations; data from updated enrollment reports are used when available. See data source for further notes on data points.

    Map produced by Rachel Dolan, Anita Cardwell and Leo Quigley.

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    Topics: 

    Click on a state to see eligibility estimates and enrollment data, including:

     

    Potential Size of Marketplace Nongroup Market: {2}

    Based on estimates from the Kaiser Family Foundation

    QHP Enrollment: {3}

    Based on federal data from ASPE

    Estimate of Uninsured Eligible for Medicaid/CHIP: {4}

    Based on estimates from an Urban Institute analysis

    Number Determined Eligible for Medicaid/CHIP: {5}

    Based on federal data from CMS (cumulative totals)

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    Comments

    Leo, Are you tracking state based marketplace enrollment reports? I have found a few of them, like NY, CA, DC, because I am looking for details about who is enrolled (kids, latinos, LEP communities, SHOP...), but not all of them. If you guys have a collection of links to them, that would be super-helpful! Otherwise, I will keep searching state marketplace websites for press releases and reports.

    Best, Sonya

    Great question and idea, Sonya! We are working on compiling these in one single place and should have that up soon.

    Fantastic. Will share with other national groups that are tracking this as well.

    SS

    Hi Sonya! We have compiled a list of state marketplace enrollment reports in this special document collection: https://www.statereforum.org/state-marketplace-enrollment-rep. Hope it's helpful!

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