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Insurance Coverage & Costs

HSC analyses focus on private and public insurance coverage, the uninsured and the cost of health care. HSC research provides insight into a range of topics, including how health care costs are changing, why the nation's number of uninsured continues to rise and how employer-sponsored coverage is changing.

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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Insurance Product Design and Its EffectsPeter Kemper, Ha T. Tu, James D. Reschovsky, Elizabeth Schaefer Summer 2002
Journal Article
Small Firms' Demand for Health Insurance: The Decision to Offer InsuranceJack Hadley, James D. Reschovsky Summer 2002
Journal Article
Health Insurance Expansions for Working FamiliesDanielle H. Ferry, Bowen Garrett, Sherry Gilied, Emily K. Greenman, Len M. Nichols July/August 2002
Journal Article
Health Affairs
Tax Credits and the Affordability of Individual Health InsuranceJack Hadley, James D. Reschovsky July 2002
Issue Brief No. 53
Supplementary Data
Looking Behind the Numbers: What's Driving Health Care Costs June 18, 2002
Declining Employer-Sponsored CoveragePeter J. Cunningham March 2002
Journal Article
Medical Care Research and Review
Options for Expanding Health Insurance for People with Chronic ConditionsHa T. Tu, Marie C. Reed February 2002
Issue Brief No. 50
Supplementary Data
Triple Jeopardy: Low Income, Chronically Ill and Uninsured in AmericaMarie C. Reed, Ha T. Tu February 2002
Issue Brief No. 49
Supplementary Data
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance:Sally Trude, Jon B. Christianson, Cara S. Lesser, Carolyn A. Watts, Andrea Staiti January/February 2002
Health Affairs
Premium Subsidies for Employer-Sponsored Health CoverageLeslie Jackson Conwell, Ashley C. Short December 2001
Issue Brief No. 47
Employer Health Insurance Premium Subsidies Unlikely to Enhance Coverage SignificantlyJames D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley December 2001
Issue Brief No. 46
Consumers Face Higher Costs As Health Plans Seek to Control Drug SpendingGlen P. Mays, Robert E. Hurley, Joy M. Grossman November 2001
Issue Brief No. 45
The Health Status of Workers Who Decline Employer-Sponsored Insurance:Linda J. Blumberg, Len M. Nichols November 2001
Health Affairs
Tracking Health Care Costs:Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg, Jon R. Gabel September 2001
Data Bulletin No. 21 - Revised
Communities Play Key Role in Extending Public Health Insurance to ChildrenLaurie E. Felland, Andrea Staiti October 2001
Issue Brief No. 44
Worker Decisions to Purchase Health InsuranceLinda J. Blumberg, Len M. Nichols, Jessica S. Banthin September 2001
Journal Article
International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics
Hospital Spending Drives Largest Health Care Cost Increase in a Decade September 26, 2001
Tracking Health Care CostsBradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg, Jon R. Gabel September 26th 2001
Health Affairs
Tracking Health Care Costs September 2001
Stand-Alone Health Insurance Tax Credits Aren't EnoughLeslie A. Jackson, Sally Trude July 2001
Issue Brief No. 41

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