The chart shows the number of Idahoans by region who receive types of public assistance. The column at right, labeled “APTC qualfied,” refers to those who qualified for subsidized health insurance via the Advance Premium Tax Credit. More than 77,000 qualified for health insurance subsidies on the state health insurance exchange in 2015. Another 10,000 purchased market-rate insurance.
The chart shows the number of Idahoans by region who receive types of public assistance. The column at right, labeled “APTC qualfied,” refers to those who qualified for subsidized health insurance via the Advance Premium Tax Credit. More than 77,000 qualified for health insurance subsidies on the state health insurance exchange in 2015. Another 10,000 purchased market-rate insurance. Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
The chart shows the number of Idahoans by region who receive types of public assistance. The column at right, labeled “APTC qualfied,” refers to those who qualified for subsidized health insurance via the Advance Premium Tax Credit. More than 77,000 qualified for health insurance subsidies on the state health insurance exchange in 2015. Another 10,000 purchased market-rate insurance. Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Costs of Idaho’s low-income health plan would be ‘managed very closely’

January 18, 2016 12:54 PM