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Impact summary of 40 Kentucky counties without hospitals

Impact summary of 40 Kentucky counties without hospitals

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Anderson
18,701
3,116
1,4981,280
15,585
8.0%6.8%
83.3%
1,558$11,156,1162,515$6,974,77739$5,563,341
Total Population Under 65
UninsuredInsured
NumberPercen
16.7%
Reimbursements Paid to ProvidersProviders Accepting MedicaidChildrenAdults
EnrollmentCost of their Care
4,073$18,130,893Total
HBE without subsidiesHBE with subsidiesMedicaid expansion3381.8%Eligible for Insurance through...
As a result of the Affordable Care Act all individuals inKentucky will have access to affordable health insurance.Individuals who earn more than 400% of the FederalPoverty Level (FPL) may purchase insurance through theHealth Benefits Exchange; those with income between138% and 400% of FPL will receive premium subsidies forinsurance purchased through the exchange; andindividuals who earn less than 138% of FPL will be eligiblefor Medicaid. In Anderson County there are currently3116 uninsured residents. In January 2014 when theAffordable Care Act is implemented and Medicaid isexpanded 1498 of those people will have access tosubsidized insurance through the Health BenefitsExchange and 1280 will become eligible for Medicaid.$16,774$26,51220082007$10,664$15,52320102009$24,3882011
$93,862TotalYEARMedical and DentalSpending
Insurance Coverage in Anderson County
Medicaid already plays a vital role in providing healthcareto Anderson County residents. The table below shows thenumber of adults and children who received Medicaid in2012 and the amount the Medicaid program spent ontheir care.
Medicaid Member Facts: Anderson County
Medicaid is also a significant source of revenue for localMedical providers as shown in the following table.
Medicaid Provider Facts: Anderson County
Since Kentucky is expanding Medicaid, most prisoners incounty jails can have their hospitalization costs paid byMedicaid when they are admitted for inpatienttreatment. The following table details total medical anddental spending for the Anderson County jail. Your local jailer should have specific information regarding howmuch of this was for inpatient hospitalizations.
Anderson County jail spending
Since the Affordable Care Act provides universal access toaffordable healthcare, it also significantly reduced theamount allotted for Disproportionate Share Hospital(DSH) payments. Hospitals in Kentucky that are not state-owned received the following DSH amounts in recentyears.
DSH Payments: Kentucky
$176,553,846$168,481,63020112010$173,805,787$172,120,8542013 (Estimate)2012
$690,962,117TotalYEARDSH Payment
The total amount of the DSH reductions in the AffordableCare Act is $14.1 billion from 2014-2019. The table belowpresents the reduction in DSH payments that hospitals inKentucky that are not state owned should be preparing toabsorb.
DSH Reductions: Kentucky
$6,505,975$19,517,92520172016$60,722,434$54,216,45920192018
$196,263,580TotalYEARDSH Payment
$5,421,6462014$6,505,9752015$43,373,1672020
 
Ballard
6,689
1,132
493544
5,557
7.4%8.1%
83.1%
776$6,534,6231,031$2,571,32315$3,668,368
Total Population Under 65
UninsuredInsured
NumberPercen
16.9%
Reimbursements Paid to ProvidersProviders Accepting MedicaidChildrenAdults
EnrollmentCost of their Care
1,807$9,105,946Total
HBE without subsidiesHBE with subsidiesMedicaid expansion951.4%Eligible for Insurance through...
As a result of the Affordable Care Act all individuals inKentucky will have access to affordable health insurance.Individuals who earn more than 400% of the FederalPoverty Level (FPL) may purchase insurance through theHealth Benefits Exchange; those with income between138% and 400% of FPL will receive premium subsidies forinsurance purchased through the exchange; andindividuals who earn less than 138% of FPL will be eligiblefor Medicaid. In Ballard County there are currently 1132uninsured residents. In January 2014 when the AffordableCare Act is implemented and Medicaid is expanded 493 of those people will have access to subsidized insurancethrough the Health Benefits Exchange and 544 willbecome eligible for Medicaid.$64,297$189,79120082007$81,474$81,11420102009$59,8902011
$476,566TotalYEARMedical and DentalSpending
Insurance Coverage in Ballard County
Medicaid already plays a vital role in providing healthcareto Ballard County residents. The table below shows thenumber of adults and children who received Medicaid in2012 and the amount the Medicaid program spent ontheir care.
Medicaid Member Facts: Ballard County
Medicaid is also a significant source of revenue for localMedical providers as shown in the following table.
Medicaid Provider Facts: Ballard County
Since Kentucky is expanding Medicaid, most prisoners incounty jails can have their hospitalization costs paid byMedicaid when they are admitted for inpatienttreatment. The following table details total medical anddental spending for the Ballard County jail. Your local jailer should have specific information regarding howmuch of this was for inpatient hospitalizations.
Ballard County jail spending
Since the Affordable Care Act provides universal access toaffordable healthcare, it also significantly reduced theamount allotted for Disproportionate Share Hospital(DSH) payments. Hospitals in Kentucky that are not state-owned received the following DSH amounts in recentyears.
DSH Payments: Kentucky
$176,553,846$168,481,63020112010$173,805,787$172,120,8542013 (Estimate)2012
$690,962,117TotalYEARDSH Payment
The total amount of the DSH reductions in the AffordableCare Act is $14.1 billion from 2014-2019. The table belowpresents the reduction in DSH payments that hospitals inKentucky that are not state owned should be preparing toabsorb.
DSH Reductions: Kentucky
$6,505,975$19,517,92520172016$60,722,434$54,216,45920192018
$196,263,580TotalYEARDSH Payment
$5,421,6462014$6,505,9752015$43,373,1672020
 
Bath
9,872
1,847
754977 
8,025
7.6%9.9%
81.3%
2,098$15,814,8682,407$5,153,20921$7,224,775
Total Population Under 65
UninsuredInsured
NumberPercen
18.7%
Reimbursements Paid to ProvidersProviders Accepting MedicaidChildrenAdults
EnrollmentCost of their Care
4,505$20,968,077Total
HBE without subsidiesHBE with subsidiesMedicaid expansion1161.2%Eligible for Insurance through...
As a result of the Affordable Care Act all individuals inKentucky will have access to affordable health insurance.Individuals who earn more than 400% of the FederalPoverty Level (FPL) may purchase insurance through theHealth Benefits Exchange; those with income between138% and 400% of FPL will receive premium subsidies forinsurance purchased through the exchange; andindividuals who earn less than 138% of FPL will be eligiblefor Medicaid. In Bath County there are currently 1847uninsured residents. In January 2014 when the AffordableCare Act is implemented and Medicaid is expanded 754 of those people will have access to subsidized insurancethrough the Health Benefits Exchange and 977 willbecome eligible for Medicaid.$599$18,43420082007$14,441$12,89620102009$1,2872011
$47,658TotalYEARMedical and DentalSpending
Insurance Coverage in Bath County
Medicaid already plays a vital role in providing healthcareto Bath County residents. The table below shows thenumber of adults and children who received Medicaid in2012 and the amount the Medicaid program spent ontheir care.
Medicaid Member Facts: Bath County
Medicaid is also a significant source of revenue for localMedical providers as shown in the following table.
Medicaid Provider Facts: Bath County
Since Kentucky is expanding Medicaid, most prisoners incounty jails can have their hospitalization costs paid byMedicaid when they are admitted for inpatienttreatment. The following table details total medical anddental spending for the Bath County jail. Your local jailershould have specific information regarding how much of this was for inpatient hospitalizations.
Bath County jail spending
Since the Affordable Care Act provides universal access toaffordable healthcare, it also significantly reduced theamount allotted for Disproportionate Share Hospital(DSH) payments. Hospitals in Kentucky that are not state-owned received the following DSH amounts in recentyears.
DSH Payments: Kentucky
$176,553,846$168,481,63020112010$173,805,787$172,120,8542013 (Estimate)2012
$690,962,117TotalYEARDSH Payment
The total amount of the DSH reductions in the AffordableCare Act is $14.1 billion from 2014-2019. The table belowpresents the reduction in DSH payments that hospitals inKentucky that are not state owned should be preparing toabsorb.
DSH Reductions: Kentucky
$6,505,975$19,517,92520172016$60,722,434$54,216,45920192018
$196,263,580TotalYEARDSH Payment
$5,421,6462014$6,505,9752015$43,373,1672020

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