Covering the Uninsured in 2008: Key Facts About Current Costs, Sources of Payment and Incremental Costs
This document summarizes key findings from a Kaiser study featured in Health Affairs that examines the current spending on care for the uninsured and projects additional medical spending if the population had health insurance coverage.
Key Findings (.pdf)
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