The report, Faces of HUSKY D: The Impact of Connecticut’s Medicaid Expansion, examines the impact of HUSKY D, as the Medicaid expansion is known, with profiles of individuals covered and data on how members have used their coverage.
HUSKY D covers adults ages 19 to 64 who do not have minor children and whose income falls below 138 percent of the poverty level – the equivalent of $16,643 for an individual. (For comparison purposes, a person working 30 hours per week at Connecticut’s minimum wage – $10.10 per hour – would earn $15,756 in a year.)
Fact sheets on specific topics are available below:
* HUSKY D and behavioral health