S. Miller speaks with NPR's Stateside about how the Affordable Care Act boosted financial well-being along with physical health
"Stateside: UAW leaders working with feds; surviving otherness; health and economic security" - Michigan Radio. 10/3/2019.
The Affordable Care Act was designed to give more Americans "the financial security of health insurance." Multiple studies have found that the ACA has led to improvements in people's physical health. Now, a recent study suggests that the ACA also improved their financial well-being. We talk to Sarah Miller, an assistant professor in economics at University of Michigan and one of the study's co-authors, about the impact the healthcare law has had on the pocketbooks of enrollees.