Immigrant Health Care Conference Call
Federal and state policymakers face a major challenge in addressing the health needs of an increasingly diverse population. That challenge can be even greater in the growing number of cities and states with large immigrant communities. In a Commission-sponsored conference call on May 15, experts on immigrant health issues discussed recent findings about how the health system is and is not working for immigrants and their potential policy implications.
Audio from the conference call is available below, as well as links to information about the call and relevant reports from the Commission.
- Speaker Biographies
- Fact Sheet: Immigrants' Health Care Coverage and Access
- Chart Pack: Immigrants' Health Care: Coverage and Access
- Issue Paper: Is Immigration Responsible for the Growth in the Number of the Uninsured?
- Policy Brief: Medicaid Eligibility and Citizenship Status: Policy Implications for Immigrant Populations
- Background Paper: Immigrants' Access to Health Care After Welfare Reform: Findings from Focus Groups in Four Cities
- Background Paper: Caring for Immigrants: Health Care Safety Nets in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Houston
- Link to find “Left Out: Immigrants' Access to Health Care and Insurance”
also of interest
- The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid – An Update
- How Have State Medicaid Expansion Decisions Affected the Experiences of Low-Income Adults? Perspectives from Ohio, Arkansas, and Missouri
- Profiles of Medicaid Outreach and Enrollment Strategies: Using Text Messaging to Reach and Enroll Uninsured Individuals into Medicaid and CHIP
- What is Medicaid's Impact on Access to Care, Health Outcomes, and Quality of Care? Setting the Record Straight on the Evidence