50 Million Uninsured: The Faces Behind the Headlines
Almost 50 million Americans lacked health insurance in 2010 — about a million more than in 2009. Who are the uninsured? Why do so many Americans lack coverage? What are the trends in coverage among different segments of the population? What do these trends mean for the health care system and the costs of care? This briefing, co-sponsored by the Alliance for Health Reform and the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, addressed these questions and more.
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Speakers for this session:
The panel is co-moderated by Ed Howard of the Alliance for Health Reform and Diane Rowland of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured (KCMU).
- Kate Baicker, Harvard University
- Rachel Garfield, Kaiser Family Foundation’s Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured
- John Holahan, Urban Institute
- Kirk Calhoun, University of Texas at Tyler; National Association of Public Hospitals
also of interest
- The Impact of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP): What Does the Research Tell Us?
- Women and Health Care in the Early Years of the ACA: Key Findings from the 2013 Kaiser Women's Health Survey
- Obamacare and You: If You Are Uninsured...
- What is Medicaid's Impact on Access to Care, Health Outcomes, and Quality of Care? Setting the Record Straight on the Evidence