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From: Longitudinal trends in enrollees’ employment and student status after Medicaid expansion

Fig. 1

Longitudinal Trends in Employment and Student Status After Medicaid Expansion Among Michigan Medicaid Enrollees and Non-Elderly Michigan Adults.

Source: Panel A, Authors’ analysis of data from the Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP) enrollee survey, 2016, 2017, 2018; Panel B, Authors’ analysis of data from the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement, 2016, 2017, and 2018 surveys.

Notes: Panel A reports data from HMP survey respondents. Adults age 19-64 with incomes up to 133% of the federal poverty level (FPL) are eligible for HMP. Panel B reports data from low-income Michigan adults age 19-64 in the Current Population Survey. In Panel B, low income is defined as persons with household income up to 138% FPL, which approximates HMP income eligibility of 133% FPL after applying the Medicaid 5% income disregard. Weighted percentages are presented. Error bars indicate 95% CIs. Employed and/or student includes those who are employed full-time or part-time or are full-time or part-time students. P < 0.001 for employment or student status change from 2016 to 2018 for HMP survey respondents (Panel A), estimated from mixed effects logistic regression model with time indicators and no covariates. P=0.54 for Michigan low-income adults age 19-64 and P=0.22 for all non-elderly adults age 19-64 (Panel B), estimated from logistic regression models with time indicators and no covariates.

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