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As the US uninsured rate declined, more adults became underinsured, survey finds

February 7, 2019


The U.S. uninsured rate has declined since the Affordable Care Act took effect in 2010, but the percentage of underinsured U.S. adults has grown, according to a survey brief from the Commonwealth Fund released Thursday. See the trends, charted.

The latest spike in the US uninsured rate, charted

January 24, 2019


A Gallup National Health and Well-Being Index poll released Wednesday showed the share of U.S. adults without health insurance rose by 1.5 percentage points in 2018, reaching the highest level since the Affordable Care Act's coverage expansions took effect in 2014.

4.2M US residents could pay $0 for an exchange plan in 2019, analysis finds

December 13, 2018


A Kaiser Family Foundation analysis estimates that about 4.2 million uninsured U.S. residents who qualify for premium subsidies under the Affordable Care Act are eligible to enroll in bonze-level exchange plans that would cost them $0 out of pocket.

Why the uninsured rate among US children rose for the first time in nearly a decade

November 30, 2018


A new report from Georgetown University shows the number of U.S. children without health insurance increased in 2017 for the first time since 2008.

Young adults are most likely to be uninsured, CDC data show

November 19, 2018


CDC says about 28.5 million U.S. residents—or 8.8% of population—were uninsured during the first six months of 2018, marking no "significant change" from the previous year.

The 100 cities 'getting health care right,' according to Healthgrades

October 29, 2018


Healthgrades' latest National Health Index lists the 100 cities in the United States that are "getting health care right."

28.5M people were uninsured in 2017: Here's what you should know about them.

September 14, 2018


The latest U.S. Census Bureau data show the U.S. uninsured rate remained flat at 8.8% from 2016 to 2017, though state-level rates rose and fell.

'An urgent public health issue': Severe delivery complication rates jumped 45% from 2006 to 2015, report finds

September 10, 2018


A recent Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality report shows that while overall maternal mortality rates fell, the rate of pregnant U.S. women experiencing complications during labor increased by 45% from 2006 through 2015.

CDC: Uninsured rate is holding steady, but more people are in high-deductible plans

August 31, 2018


New CDC data show about 28.3 million U.S. residents—or 8.8% of the population—were uninsured during the first three months of 2018, marking no "significant change" from the same period in 2017.

The states that spend the most—and least—on health care, mapped

August 23, 2018


An analysis by 24/7 Wall Street found state spending on health in 2015 ranged from about $1,000 per capita to $3,000 per capita.

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