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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Low-Income Adults Under Age 65 – Many are Poor, Sick, and Uninsured

This policy brief from the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured examines the characteristics and insurance coverage of low-income adults under age 65, a group numbering more than 50 million people. Members of this group are more likely to be in poor health than other Americans and are the…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Toplines: Massachusetts Health Reform Tracking Survey

These toplines provide the detailed results from the June 2007 Kaiser/Harvard/BCBSMA Foundation poll of Massachusetts residents on the new health reform law. Toplines (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Making Sense of Recent Estimates of Eligible but Uninsured Children

As Congress reauthorizes the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), accurate estimates of the number of children who are eligible for Medicaid and SCHIP but remain uninsured are critical for policy and budget development. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) concluded that there are between 5 and 6 million children who…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Uninsured Moderate-Income Children: The Impact of Parent Employment on Access to Employer Coverage

This brief focuses on moderate-income families and examines how family income and the types of jobs that parents have differs depending on whether the child is uninsured or privately insured. Uninsured children are significantly more likely to have parents who earn lower wages and have the types of jobs with…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Coverage:  Sponsorship, Eligibility, and Participation Patterns in 2001

Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Coverage: Sponsorship, Eligibility, and Participation Patterns in 2001This report details who obtained employer-sponsored coverage in 2001, who did not, and why. Executive Summary (.pdf)Full Report (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Five Basic Facts on Immigrants and Their Health Care

As discussions on national health care reform move to the forefront, some have focused on the role of immigrants in the health care system, including their impact on the nation’s uninsured problem, their participation in public health coverage programs, and their use of hospital emergency rooms. To address questions about…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Abortion in the U.S.: Utilization, Financing and Access

This fact sheet provides key data on the levels of use of different abortion procedures in the United States and reviews the different federal and state policies that affect availability of and access to abortion services. It also provides information on how abortions are financed in the public and private sectors and reviews the state-level policies and Medicaid and private insurance rules that affect coverage of abortion services, including parental involvement laws, provider protections and clinic regulations.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Pulling It Together: Moving Away From Employer Based Coverage: Don’t Forget Public Opinion

One of the underlying big issues in the unfolding health reform debate is whether most Americans should continue to get insurance through work where they get it today, or purchase it themselves in the individual private health insurance marketplace. Senator McCain promotes moving to individual insurance and having individuals rather…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicaid and Other Public Programs for Low-Income Childless Adults:  An Overview of Coverage in Eight States

Medicaid and Other Public Programs for Low-Income Childless Adults: An Overview of Coverage in Eight StatesThis report profiles childless adult programs in eight state-level jurisdictions: the District of Columbia, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington. Report (.pdf)Background State Reports prepared by the Economic and Social Research Institute

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Health Care and the 2004 Elections: Women’s Health Policy

Women's Health PolicyDownload a printable .pdf of Health Care and the 2004 Elections: Women's Health Policy.IssueBackgroundReproductive HealthImproving Insurance Coverage and Affordability of CareBalancing Work and Family Health Care NeedsLong-Term CareClinical ResearchAssessing Candidate PositionsIssueHealth care is a major issue for women. Their greater health needs, longer lifespans, lower incomes, roles in…

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