and the uninsured kaiser commission on K EY F ACTS 1330 G S TREET NW, W ASHINGTON , DC 20005 P HONE : 202-347-5270, F AX : 202-347-5274 WWW . KFF . OR G medicaid September 2010 Five Facts About the Uninsured The number of uninsured rose sharply in 2009, reaching 50 million people.
The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured provides information and analysis on health care coverage and access for the low-income population, with a special focus on Medicaid's role and coverage of the uninsured.
June E. O'Neill Baruch College and City University of New York Dave M. O'Neill Baruch College and City University of New York WHO ARE THE UNINSURED? An Analysis of America's Uninsured Population, Their Characteristics and Their Health
Cost of the Uninsured: How it affects Hospitals and the People They Serve By Joseph M. Letnaunchyn President & CEO, West Virginia Hospital Association The Uninsured: Consequences and Solutions
REPORT February 2009 SPECIAL Unemployed and Uninsured in America Across the United States, record numbers of families are facing the devastation of unemployment.
Medical Out-of-Pocket Expenses, Poverty, and the Uninsured KyleJ. Caswell y and Brett O'Hara SEHSD Working Paper 2010-17 z U.S. Census Bureau Washington, D.C. December 29,2010 Abstract The NationalAcademy of Sciences (NAS) Panel on Poverty and Family Assistance ar-guedthatthe current official U ...
1 The Uninsured Around the world, millions of people lack health insurance. In many countries, insurance is not offered. In others, such as the U.S., it may be unavailable or unaffordable for some people.
2 Characteristics of the Uninsured Report 2009 INTRODUCTION The Michigan Department of Community Health is pleased to release the 2009 edition of Characteristics of the Uninsured and Individuals with Select Health Insurance Coverage in Michigan .
$PENDING MONEY IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES: The number of uninsured in America is increasing: The U. S. Census Bureau reporte d that nearly 44 mill ion people were unins ured in 2002.
Date: April 21, 2011 Contact: David Corum, CPCU Phone: (484) 831-9046 E-mail: corum@TheInstitutes.org . Recession Marked by Bump in Uninsured Motorists