GWU and REMI: Medicaid Expansion in MD to save $2B

A recent report by George Washington University and REMI has found that expanding Medicaid in Maryland could save the state more than $2 billion between 2014 and 2020. These savings would come in the form of direct savings to medicaid, new state revenues, and reduced spending on other health care programs.

Maryland isn’t the only state to come to this sort of conclusion. You can read more about other Medicaid expansion studies here.