Writing in Pew Stateline, Christine Vestal  notes that the neighboring states of  Maryland and Virginia illustrate what CHCs can be expected to face in Medicaid expansion and non-expansion states. In Maryland, which is expanding Medicaid, more than 39,000 health-center patients will gain Medicaid coverage, generating an estimated $33 million in revenue in 2014. In Virginia, which has opted not to expand Medicaid, health centers will forgo an estimated $17 million in revenues from 35,000 uninsured patients who would have qualified for expanded Medicaid.

Pew Stateline.