American Health Care Act: Michigan Impacts

March 17, 2017

According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the American Health Care Act would have differential impacts on individuals depending on factors such as age, income, geographic location, plan choice, and overall health. In general, the CBO concluded that people who are older, sicker, or receive their coverage through Medicaid will likely see higher costs or lower levels of benefits, while people who are higher income, younger, and healthier are likely to face lower costs or tax savings.

For more details, see CHRT’s companion piece, “American Health Care Act: Key Provisions and Michigan Implications.”