The U.S. Economy and Changes in Health Insurance Coverage, 2000-2006
Health Affairs Article: The U.S. Economy and Changes in Health Insurance Coverage, 2000-2006
A Foundation study featured as a web-exclusive Health Affairs article examines health coverage trends from 2000-2006 showing that over this period the dominant factor contributing to a rise in the uninsured population has been the decline in employer-sponsored insurance, even as the economy rebounded from the last recession.
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