A population-level look at subjective well-being after the 2014 Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansion

Researchers affiliated with the Harvard Pop Center, including Director Lisa Berkman, have published a study that looks at the impact of the Medicaid expansion on subjective well-being among low-income and general adult U.S. populations. Self-perceived measures of happiness, sadness, worry, stress, and life satisfaction did not appear to be impacted by the increased access to … Continue reading “A population-level look at subjective well-being after the 2014 Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansion”