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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Online Tools for Consumer-Directed Health Plans

On Jan. 25, 2005, Kaiser Family Foundation hosted a demonstration of the online tools made available to enrollees in consumer-directed health plans. Executives from Humana and Lumenos — two major firms in the consumer-directed care market — conducted real-time demonstrations of their consumer web tools to show how enrollees might…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

2003 Health Insurance Survey – Summary and Chartpack

The 2003 Kaiser Family Foundation Health Insurance Survey examines the public's level of satisfaction with their insurance coverage, their expectations of health insurance, the role of costs and other factors in health insurance decision-making, and attitudes toward employer-sponsored coverage. It also explores people's opinions about several alternative health insurance plans…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

2003 Health Insurance Survey – Toplines

The 2003 Kaiser Family Foundation Health Insurance Survey examines the public’s level of satisfaction with their insurance coverage, their expectations of health insurance, the role of costs and other factors in health insurance decision-making, and attitudes toward employer-sponsored coverage. It also explores people’s opinions about several alternative health insurance plans…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Uninsured and Their Access to Health Care, 2005

The Uninsured and Their Access to Health Care This fact sheet describes the characteristics of the uninsured population, the difference health insurance makes, and why there is a large uninsured population. Fact Sheet (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Resources Related to Health Coverage and Hurricane Katrina

Health Care and Hurricane Katrina As part of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s commitment to help respond to the devastation from Hurricane Katrina, you will find resources related to an ongoing effort to monitor and study the health coverage and needs of the victims. Check back frequently in the coming months…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Key Facts – Mississippi and the U.S.

A fact sheet on the demographics and health coverage of Mississippi’s population. Fact Sheet (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Health Coverage in America, 2004 Data Update

This chartbook provides 2004 data on health insurance coverage, with special attention to the uninsured. It includes trends and major shifts in coverage and a profile of the uninsured population.Report (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicare+Choice Withdrawals: Understanding Key Factors

To help understand why M+C plans have exited or limited their participation in the M+C program in recent years, this report presents an empirical analysis of the factors associated with plan withdrawals between 1999 and 2001. This analysis explores factors such as M+C payment levels, local market characteristics, and individual…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Who Pays and How Much? The Cost of Caring for the Uninsured

This report answers how much the country spends on care for the uninsured and how much care the uninsured receive compared to insured Americans. It is part of our Cost of Not Covering the Uninsured project.Report

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

The New Middle-Class of Uninsured Americans — Is it Real?

This issue paper discusses and answers the question are the newly uninsured in 2001 predominantly from the middle-class. The paper examines U.S. Census Bureau s data and concludes that most of the increase in the uninsured (1.3 million people) was among low-income people with incomes less than 200% of the…

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