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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  
More Americans Willing to Limit Physician-Hospital Choice for Lower Medical CostsHa T. Tu March 2005
Issue Brief No. 94
High Cost of Medical Care Prompts Consumers to Seek AlternativesHa T. Tu, J. Lee Hargraves December 2004
Data Bulletin No. 28
Tracking Health Care Costs: Spending Growth Slowdown Stalls in First Half of 2004Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg December 2004
Issue Brief No. 91
Trends in Health Insurance Coverage and Access Among Black, Latino and White Americans, 2001-2003J. Lee Hargraves October 2004
Tracking Report No. 11
Controlling Health Care CostsPaul B. Ginsburg Oct. 14, 2004
Trends in U.S. Health Insurance Coverage, 2001-2003Bradley C. Strunk, James D. Reschovsky August 2004
Tracking Report No. 9
Tracking Health Care Costs: Trends Turn Downward in 2003Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg June 2004
Data Bulletin No. 27
Preferred Provider Organizations and Medicare: Is There an Advantage?Robert E. Hurley, Bradley C. Strunk, Joy M. Grossman April 2004
Issue Brief No. 81
Tax-free But of Little AccountPaul B. Ginsburg Feb. 16, 2004
Tracking Health Care Costs: Trends Slow in First Half of 2003Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg December 2003
Data Bulletin No. 26
Supplementary Data
Patient Cost Sharing: Promises and Pitfalls Dec. 3, 2003
Conference Transcript
Patient Cost Sharing: How Much is Too Much?Sally Trude December 2003
Issue Brief No. 72
Supplementary Data
The Health Care Cost-Coverage ConundrumPaul B. Ginsburg, Len M. Nichols Fall 2003
Annual Essay 2002-03
Tracking Health Care Costs June 2003
Data Bulletin No. 25
SCHIP, Medicaid Expansions Lead to Shifts in Children's CoveragePeter J. Cunningham, James D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley December 2002
Issue Brief No. 59
Supplementary Data
The Individual Health Insurance Market December 2002
Issue Brief No. 58
Individual Health Insurance: Fact, Opinion and Policy October 23, 2002
Conference Transcript
Aging Plays Limited Role in Health Care Cost TrendsBradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg September 2002
Data Bulletin No. 23
Tracking Health Care CostsBradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg, Jon R. Gabel September 2002
Data Bulletin No. 22
Tracking Health Care Costs September 2002
Data Bulletin No. 22

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