Association of Unemployment with Medicaid Enrollment by Social Vulnerability in North Carolina During COVID-19

Journal Article

Association of Unemployment with Medicaid Enrollment by Social Vulnerability in North Carolina During COVID-19

This article builds on the limited early evidence of the relationship between the pandemic and health insurance coverage. Using county-level unemployment and Medicaid enrollment data from North Carolina, it examines the relationship between unemployment and Medicaid enrollment and explores the extent to which social context influences this relationship. 

Duke-Margolis Authors

Anderson

David Anderson

Research Associate, Health Policy Evidence Hub

Rebecca Whitaker Headshot

Rebecca Whitaker, PhD, MSPH

Research Director, North Carolina Health Care Transformation
Senior Team Member
Anti-Racism and Equity Committee Member

Charlene Wong

Charlene Wong, MD, MSHP

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Margolis Core Faculty
2020 Intern Mentor