December 21, 2009
The Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences studied how the lack of health insurance affects individuals, families, communities and the nation and produced and disseminated six reports analyzing these consequences.
March 1, 2009
A state-by-state analysis released in conjunction with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Cover the Uninsured Week 2009.
June 1, 2006
About one-fifth of the U.S. population between the ages of 18 and 64 lacks health insurance and the size of this group is expected to rise as the cost of health care premiums increases. Using data on 37,089 adults at 60 sites from the 2000-2001 Comm ...
August 1, 2004
There are over one million people in New Jersey without health insurance coverage. This number remains high despite multiple policy initiatives and public program expansions to address chronic lack of coverage. While New Jersey's income levels for c ...
September 10, 2009
The number of Americans who don’t have health insurance coverage is large and that it’s growing over time.
December 19, 2008
Families USA Foundation conducted a public education campaign about how low-income children would benefit if Congress expanded the State Children's Health Insurance Program, which came up for reauthorization in 2007.
July 30, 2012
New Tools to Help People Enroll in Medicaid, CHIP and Exchanges
January 1, 2006
Forty-five million Americans, many of them minorities or poor people, lack insurance coverage for basic health care. Research shows that people without health insurance receive less medical care and are in poorer health than insured people. This art ...
September 1, 2006
Related websites Urgent Matters Web site The purpose of ED Connections is to link vulnerable patients who repeatedly use the emergency department (ED) for medical care with community services that can help better address their health care needs. Onc ...
March 28, 2005
The Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition led a broader statewide coalition in an effort to increase the number of eligible children in the state enrolled in government-funded health insurance programs.