2 edition of Uninsured Americans found in the catalog.
Short, Pamela Farley.
by National Center for Health Services Research, and Health Care Technology Assessment in Rockville, MD
Written in English
|Other titles||National Medical Expenditure Survey.|
|Statement||by Pamela Farley Short, Alan Monheit, Karen Beauregard.|
|Contributions||Monheit, Alan C., Beauregard, Karen., National Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology Assessment (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||HD7102.U4 S517 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||89601657|
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Sep 12, · The uninsured rates for Blacks and Asians were percent and percent, respectively. Hispanics had the highest uninsured rate ( percent). • Between and , the percentage of people without health insurance coverage at the time of interview decreased in three states and increased in 14 states.
The uninsured rate among working adults rose to percent at the start of because of federal and policymaking actions that weakened insurance enrollment incentives in the Affordable Care Act. Sep 12, · Uninsured Rate Falls To Record Low Of % Three years after the Affordable Care Act’s coverage expansion took effect, the number of Americans without .
“Many Americans are uninsured by choice,” wrote Dr. David Gratzer in his book “The Cure: How Capitalism Can Save American Health Care.” Gratzer cited a study of the “nonpoor uninsured” from the California Healthcare Foundation. “Why the lack of insurance [among people who . Talk about healthcare crisis 44 million Americans are uninsured, and eight out of ten of these are workers or their dependents. Because the uninsured usually have no regular doctor and.
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Dec 19, · Uninsured in America, Updated: Life and Death in the Land of Opportunity Updated Edition. by Susan Sered (Author), It is an easy to read book with cases of Americans suffering as they lack the care needed for times of need and especially disappointing was the lack of care, in many instances, for the elderly.
Cited by: Dec 13, · The number of uninsured nonelderly Americans decreased from over million in (the year the ACA was enacted) to just below 27 million in However, for the second year in a Author: Jennifer Tolbert. Sep 27, · The Care of the Uninsured in America presents a nuanced portrait of this broad population―urban and rural, from generational poverty and the working poor―while illuminating the current Uninsured Americans book of medical/dental insurance and the circumstances that cause so many to do without.
Its authors conceptualize lack of insurance as a health disparity 5/5(3). "Inpercent of people, or million, did not have health insurance at any point during the year. The uninsured rate and number of uninsured increased from ( percent or million). The percentage of people with health insurance coverage for all or part of was percent, lower than the rate in ( percent).
A Revised Look At The Number Of Uninsured Americans. and because these data are important to the current policy debate over the best method of providing medical care to uninsured Americans. Cited by: Uninsured in America. Stories of real people experiencing the reality of being Uninsured or "So-Called" Insured in Jump to.
Sections of this page. Inthe number of uninsured Americans rose for the first time since Obamacare. See More. Millie Hoffmann shared a link. Uninsured Americans are Topic of New Book by AHSC Faculty. The medical care of Americans without health insurance is the topic of a new book co-edited by two faculty members at the Arizona Health Sciences Center at the University of Arizona.
Sep 11, · Closing The Book On The Bush Legacy. poverty and access to health care-the Bureau's principal report card on the well-being of average Americans-closes. Jan 20, · Health Insurance Coverage. Related Pages. Data are for the U.S. The latest data are available from the National Health Interview Survey’s Early Release Program.
Uninsured. Number of persons under age 65 uninsured at the time of interview: million; Percent of persons under age 65 uninsured at the time of interview: %. Uninsured in America: A Chart Book, May an assessment of why so many Americans are uninsured, and data documenting the difference that health insurance makes in the lives of Americans.
Feb 25, · The medical care of Americans who have no health insurance is the topic of a new book whose co-editors and contributors include University of Arizona faculty members.
The book, "The Care of the Uninsured in America," was published by Springer and features chapters written by several UA College of Medicine faculty members.
April 14, • The overall increase in the number of Americans with health insurance draws attention to counties where the uninsured rate is still high, many of them in states that chose not.
This chapter considers estimates of expenditures for health care services used by uninsured Americans, both the out-of-pocket spending of those without insurance and the value of the health care services they use that are uncompensated or donated. Persons without health insurance, on average, spend.
The number of U.S. adults without health insurance is up nearly million this year, as rising premiums and political turmoil over "Obamacare" undermine coverage gains that drove the nation's. Aug 29, · Obamacare kept reducing number of Americans without health insurance during Trump's first months in office.
There are now million fewer uninsured Americans than since Author: Dan Mangan. Apr 25, · While among low-income insured individuals whites were at higher risk of underinsurance, a much higher share of all Blacks and Hispanics are uninsured or low-income.
Hence, the low-income uninsured and underinsured account for a larger proportion of the total Black and Hispanic loveletterstotoledo.com by: 6.
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The uninsured. [Debra A Miller;] -- A collection of essays explores the issues surrounding health insurance and the government's involvement in requiring insurers to grant coverage to uninsured Americans. Feb 17, · Nearly all of the growth in the uninsured is among people aged 18 to 64, most of whom are working.
The average family premium for employer based cover is $11 (£; €) a year. 4 Employers have cut back on coverage and benefits in response to rising healthcare costs and adverse economic circumstances.
Enactment of a state children's health insurance programme in has Cited by: Posts about uninsured Americans written by wendywelch. February is short and cold and pushes the hearts-n-cupids love agenda–probably to keep us all from killing each other, given its dark icy muddiness. According to a new Gallup report, % of U.S.
adults were uninsured in the last quarter of This represents a % increase since when, following implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and expansion of Medicaid eligibility, the percentage of uninsured adults stood at its lowest—%.Sep 04, · Young adults years of age represent the group most likely to be uninsured.
More than three-quarters of uninsured Americans come from working families.Oct 10, · But the uninsured rate is back on the rise. According to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the national uninsured rate for was %, compared to % in With the ACA still in place but uninsured rates rising, WalletHub measured the Author: John S Kiernan.