The Working Uninsured in California and the US
This issue brief, prepared by Linda Blumberg and Len Nichols of the Urban Institute, examines the factors contributing to the disproportionately high rates of uninsurance among California's workers compared to the U.S. The report looks at differences in coverage by race and ethnicity, and by citizenship status, and also examines offer and take-up rates for employer health insurance among California's workers.
also of interest
- What Difference Does Medicaid Make? Assessing Cost Effectiveness, Access, and Financial Protection under Medicaid for Low-Income Adults
- Reversing the Trend? Understanding the Recent Increase in Health Insurance Coverage among the Nonelderly Population
- The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid