NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Kennedy School of Government Survey on Health Care – Summary of Findings
New NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Kennedy School of Government Survey on Health Care
A new survey by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard s Kennedy School of Government finds that many Americans have real problems when it comes to accessing and paying for health care, and even if they haven’t yet faced a problem, many worry about getting and paying for care in the future. The survey also shows that, while people think helping seniors with the cost of prescription drugs should be a priority, most seniors would not be willing to pay significantly more than they pay now for drug coverage under Medicare.
also of interest
- A Primer on Medicare: Key Facts About the Medicare Program and the People it Covers
- Visualizing Health Policy: Health Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Cost and Access Challenges: A Comparison of Experiences Between Uninsured and Privately Insured Adults Aged 55 to 64 with Seniors on Medicare
- Prescription Drug Procurement and the Federal Budget