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HEALTH REFORM MONITORING SURVEY hrms.urban.org
3 Trends in Uninsurance for Adults
4 Percentage-Point Increase in Insurance Coverage for Adults Family income Age Race and ethnicityGender
5 Percentage-Point Increase in Insurance Coverage for Adults by State Decision to Expand Medicaid
6 Distribution of Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 by State Medicaid Expansion Status September 2013June 2014 States expanding Medicaid States not expanding Medicaid
7 Awareness of Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 of Key ACA Coverage Provisions, by Insurance Status
8 Reasons Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 Give for Why They Do Not Have Insurance Coverage
9 Use of Marketplaces among Adults Who Were Uninsured for Some or All of the Prior 12 Months
10 Sources Used to Obtain Health Plan Information or Enrollment Assistance Enrolling among Adults Who Were Uninsured for Some or All of the Prior 12 Months
Chart 1 Cost Shifts to Workers: Increased Premiums and Cost-Sharing * Premiums increased more than a little. Increased cost-sharing includes cuts in benefits.
Exhibit 1. One-Quarter of Adults Reported a Gap in Coverage in 2011; More Than Half Were Uninsured for Two Years or More * Combines Insured now, time uninsured.
Lisa Dubay, Ph.D., Sc.M. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Center for Children and Families Getting to the Finish Line:
A Majority of Adults Who Are Potentially Eligible for the Law’s New Insurance Options Are Aware of the Marketplaces and the Availability of Financial Assistance.
Cindy Zeldin Executive Director, Georgians for a Healthy Future Georgia Supportive Housing Association Conference November 13, 2012 Expanding Medicaid.
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE OF WORKING-AGE ADULTS. One-Third of Working-Age Adults Were Currently Uninsured or Had a Recent Gap* 164 million adults age.
Planning for the Affordable Care Act: Impact on Oncology Impact on Oncology Gerald F. Kominski, Ph.D. Professor, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health,
© 2010 Towers Watson. All rights reserved. Adult Dependent Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act of 2010: An Employer Perspective Alliance for Health.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Source: McCarthy and Leatherman, Performance Snapshots, Data: National Health Interview Survey (National.
11 Understanding National Health Reform: Focus on Individuals and Families Prepared by North Carolina Institute of Medicine.
Exhibit 1. After the End of Open Enrollment, the Percentage of U.S. Adults Who Are Uninsured Declined from 20 Percent to 15 Percent, or by 9.5 Million;
Access and Affordability: An Update on Health Reform in Massachusetts as of Fall 2008 Sharon K. Long Urban Institute August 10, 2009 Alliance for Health.
Exhibit 1. Low-Income Adults Have Higher Rates of Being Uninsured for Long Periods of Time * Combines Insured now, time uninsured in past year and Uninsured.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Rite of Passage: Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act of 2010 Sara R. Collins, Ph.D. Vice President, Affordable Health Insurance.
AFFORDABLE CARE ACT IMPLICATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVING ENROLLMENT FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONSUMERS Jeffrey A. Coady, Psy.D Substance Abuse and Mental.
Health Insurance Coverage of Young Adults John Holahan The Urban Institute February 4, 2008 THE URBAN INSTITUTE.
Research and analysis by Avalere Health Coverage Counts: Supporting Health and Opportunity for Children February 2007.
Chart 1. Health insurance coverage among Hispanic and white, non-Hispanic construction workers, 2008 Source: 2008 National Health Interview Survey.
Universal Coverage and Access: Critical to Achieving Health Equity Getting to Universal Coverage and Access A Congressional Briefing Ron Pollack Families.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND. THE COMMONWEALTH FUND 2 Purpose The goal of this chartbook is to create an easily accessible resource that can help policy makers,
30a. Percentage of employees who have a high school diploma or higher education, by industry, 2010 (All employment)
K A I S E R C O M M I S S I O N O N Medicaid and the Uninsured Figure 0 From Crunch to Crisis: State Budgets, Medicaid and the Economy Robin Rudowitz Associate.
K A I S E R C O M M I S S I O N O N Medicaid and the Uninsured Figure 0 Health Reform Primer: Who are the Uninsured? Diane Rowland, Sc.D. Executive Vice.
Figure 1. States’ Policies to Reduce Costs for Small Employers * 33 states with policies out of 50 responding states and the District of Columbia. Source:
Health Insurance Coverage Among North Dakotans May 10, 2004 Alana Knudson, PhD Kyle Muus, PhD Mike Cogan, MA.
Hispanics and Health Care in the United States: Access, Information and Knowledge Presentation for Alliance for Health Reform/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Implementation Issues for Employer Plans Steve Wojcik Vice President, Public Policy National Business Group on Health Washington,
The Affordable Care Act and Ryan White 2013 United Conference on AIDS (USCA) New Orleans September 10, 2013 Jen Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation.
Enroll America Two-fold Strategy Our Mission Maximize the number of uninsured Americans who enroll in health coverage made available by the Affordable.
Health Care Reform. Health Care Reform Is For Everyone The Uninsured 86.7 million non-elderly Americans were uninsured for one month or more during
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