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The Uninsured

HSC research focuses on understanding how the number of uninsured in America will be affected by expansions in public coverage programs and attempts to make private insurance coverage more affordable and accessible to uninsured persons. Research also focuses on examining the extent of variation in uninsurance rates across communities and how policy and market factors contribute to this variation. A number of analyses also examine the health status of uninsured persons, and how the combination of being uninsured and in poor health contributes to problems in access to care.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Cost and Access Challenges: A Comparison of Experiences Between Uninsured and Privately Insured Adults Aged 55 to 64 with Seniors on MedicareTracy Yee, Peter J. Cunningham, Gretchen Jacobson, Tricia Neuman, Zachary Levinson May 2012
Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief
 
How Does Health Coverage and Access to Care for Immigrants Vary by Length of Time in the U.S.?Peter J. Cunningham, Samantha Artiga June 9, 2009
Kaiser Family Foundation Report
 
Overburdened and Overwhelmed: The Struggles of Communities with High Medical Cost BurdensPeter J. Cunningham November 2007
Research Report
 
Why Do Hispanics Have So Little Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance?James D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley, Len M. Nichols Fall 2007
Journal Article
Inquiry
 
Identifying Affordable Sources of Medical Care Among Uninsured PersonsPeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley, Genevieve Kenney, Amy J. Davidoff January 2007
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
Would Safety-Net Expansions Offset Reduced Access Resulting from Lost Insurance Coverage? Race/Ethnicity DifferencesJack Hadley, Peter J. Cunningham, J. Lee Hargraves November/December 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
A Widening Rift in Access and Quality: Growing Evidence of Economic DisparitiesRobert E. Hurley, Hoangmai H. Pham, Gary Claxton Dec. 6, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Competition in Health Care: Its Evolution Over the Past DecadePaul B. Ginsburg November/December 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
When the Price Isn't Right: How Inadvertent Payment Incentives Drive Medical CarePaul B. Ginsburg, Joy M. Grossman Aug. 9, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Myths About The Uninsured March 9, 2004
Congressional Testimony
 
The Contribution of Insurance Coverage and Community Resources to Reducing Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Access to CareJ. Lee Hargraves, Jack Hadley June 2003
Journal Article
Health Services Research,
 
An Empty Toolbox? Changes in Health Plans' Approaches for Managing Costs and CareGlen P. Mays, Robert E. Hurley, Joy M. Grossman Feb. 21, 2003
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
What Accounts for Differences in Uninsurance Rates Across Communities?Peter J. Cunningham, Paul B. Ginsburg Spring 2001
Inquiry
 
Tracking Recent Changes in Health Coverage for Low-Income Children with the Community Tracking Study, 1996-1997 and 1998-1999Peter J. Cunningham, Michael H. Park April 2000
Research Report No. 04
 
CHIPing Away at the Problem of Uninsured ChildrenJames D. Reschovsky, Peter J. Cunningham October 1998
Research Report No. 02
 
Tracking Small-Firm Coverage, 1989-1996Paul B. Ginsburg, Jon R. Gabel, Kelly A. Hunt January/February 1998
Health Affairs
 
Small Employers and Their Health Benefits, 1988-1996:Jon R. Gabel, Paul B. Ginsburg, Kelly A. Hunt September/October 1997
Health Affairs
 
       

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