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Health care coverage by age, sex, race, and family income

Peter W Ries

Health care coverage by age, sex, race, and family income

United States, 1986

by Peter W Ries

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical care -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Insurance, Health -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Medicare -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Peter Ries
    SeriesNCHS advancedata -- no. 139, DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 87-1250
    ContributionsNational Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14907984M

    Financial Assistance Program - Kaleida Health has a variety of initiatives in place to help individuals in the community access affordable health care. These initiatives offer the following services and programs to assist patients who are uninsured or underinsured: Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, Prenatal Care Assistance Program (PCAP), State Aid and . health insurance coverage if the Afford-able Care Act is fully implemented as originally designed. Poverty Fact Sheet: Notes: This chart indicates the number of years beyond age 25 that adults in different income groups can expect to live by their family income .

      Those who did not fit into specific age, employment or income groups had little to no access to health care. In , the Affordable Care Act brought health . But it does show a persistent vulnerability among working-age adults in their ability to afford coverage and health care that could worsen if the economic downturn continues. Survey Highlights. In the first half of , percent of U.S. .

    In , Phoenix, AZ had a population of M people with a median age of and a median household income of $57, Between and the population of Phoenix, AZ grew from M to M, a % increase and its median household income grew from $56, to $57,, a % increase. This section identifies national initiatives that serve as clearinghouses for measures of the quality of children's health, health care, and general well-being. Although projects presented in this section extend beyond the focus of quality of care, they are included in the Child Health Care .


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Health care coverage by age, sex, race, and family income by Peter W Ries Download PDF EPUB FB2

Health Care Coverage by Age, Sex, Race, and Family income: United States, by Peter Ries, Divisionof Health Interview Statistics Introduction a positive response was obtained to either of these questions. Questions then were asked for each plan that covered at least This report on the health-care coverage of the civilian one family member.

Get this from a library. Health care coverage by age, sex, race, and family income: And family income book States, [Peter W Ries; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)].

1. Adv Data. Sep 18;() Health care coverage sex age, sex, race, and family income: United States, Ries P. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for Cited by: Health Care Coverage by Age, Sex, Race, and Family Income: United States, Advance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, No.

Septem 10 P. Inapproximately 30% of the population aged 19 to 30 years, labeled the “young invincibles,” were uninsured.1 This group represented 1 in 5 uninsured individuals in the United States.2 In Septemberthe Affordable Care Act (ACA) extended eligibility for dependents’ coverage under family private health insurance up to age 26 years.3 Under the ACA.

Percentage of People by Type of Health Insurance Coverage by Household Income and Income-to-Poverty Ratio: and [Health Insurance Coverage by Selected Characteristics: and [. Health Care Coverage by Age. Health care coverage by age, Race, and Family Income, United States, Ries, P.

Septem 8 pp. (PHS) pdf icon [PDF – KB] No. Highlights of Osteopathic Office Practice, National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey. Koch, H. Septem 12 pp. (PHS) pdf icon [PDF – MB] No. Health Care System Issues and Race/Ethnicity, Immigration, SES and Gender as Sociological Issues Linking to Health and Health Care 8 March Understanding high-risk behavior among non-dominant.

How premiums are set. Under the health care law, insurance companies can account for only 5 things when setting premiums. Age: Premiums can be up to 3 times higher for older people than for younger ones.

Location: Where you live has a big effect on your premiums. Differences in competition, state and local rules, and cost of living account for this.

Key Facts on Health and Health Care by Race and Ethnicity 5 Exhibit 84% 11% 86% 11% 81% 24% 71% 27% 71% 29% 82% 23% Full‐Time Worker in the Family Family Income Below Poverty White Asian Hispanic Black AIAN NHOPI * Indicates statistically significant difference from the White population at the p.

We use SSNs to check income and other information to see who is eligible for help with health care coverage costs. If someone wants help getting an SSN, call or visit TTY users should call Health care coverage by age, sex, race, and family income: United States, (PMID) Abstract Citations; Related Articles; Data; BioEntities; External Links ' ' Ries P Advance Data [01 Sep ()] Type: Journal Article.

Abstract. No abstract provided. •) CitePeer Related Articles. Health Coverage & Uninsured This category includes data on health insurance status for the population overall and broken down by age, gender, and income. InThe United States had a population of M people with a median age of and a median household income of $61, Between and the population of United States grew from M to M, a % increase and its median household income grew from $60, to $61, a % increase.

An insurance company that offers health coverage to opposite-sex spouses must do the same for same-sex spouses. Protections against discrimination As long as a couple is married in a jurisdiction with legal authority to authorize the marriage, an insurance company can’t discriminate against them when offering coverage.

family coverage. Health care coverage for a primary policyholder (called a "subscriber") and his or her spouse and any eligible dependents.

Federal Poverty Level (FPL) A level of income issued annually by the Department of Health and Human Services – used to determine eligibility for certain programs and benefits.

The Current Population Survey is a joint effort between the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau. Note: Beginning inHI, HI, and HI are produced with American Community Survey (ACS) data.

Note: Inthe definition of workers in the health insurance detailed tables was enhanced to account for hours worked, in addition to weeks worked during. U.S. population without health insurance by age Number of persons without health insurance coverage in the U.S.

Percentage of population without health insurance coverage. often can affect health-seeking behavior as well as disparities in health care delivery.

In this modern era of biomedicine – amid the genomic revolution and many paradigm-shifting technolo­ gies, we face a massive shift in the racial, ethnic, and cultural makeup of our nation. Data on research participants and populations frequently include race, ethnicity, and gender as categorical variables, with the assumption that these variables exert their effects through innate or genetically determined biologic mechanisms.

There is a growing body of research that suggests, however, that these variables have strong social dimensions that influence health. A large number of young American adults lack health insurance: twelve million, or 30 percent of persons ages nineteen to twenty-nine (twice the rate of uninsurance among those ages thirty to sixty.The Affordable Care Act (ACA) coverage expansions provided an opportunity to increase coverage and address longstanding racial and ethnic disparities in health coverage.1 This brief examines changes in health coverage by race and ethnicity between andproviding insight into how coverage has changed since implementation of the ACA.The coverage gains under the ACA made it easier for people to get health care.

7 Adults with low income have benefited the most from the law’s insurance subsidies, out-of-pocket cost protections, and expansion in Medicaid eligibility.

8 Black and Hispanic adults are almost twice as likely as white adults to have low income (less than % of the federal poverty level, or FPL) .