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National Health Care Reform Will Help Four Million Uninsured Adults and Children in California

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Health Care Reform; Health Insurance Expansion; Adolescents/Children; Adult; Uninsured; 2007 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2007); Uninsured; Costs of Care for the Uninsured; Employment-based coverage; Managed Care; Medicare; Health Insurance Coverage and Programs; Population Focus; Data Sources; Health Care Economics

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This fact sheet looks at the likely implications of national health care reform efforts on health insurance coverage in California. Specifically, it examines how health insurance coverage might expand to include up to four million of California's 6.4 non-elderly adults and children who were uninsured all or part of the year in 2007.

The fact sheet is based upon data from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) and was supported by The California Endowment.


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The California Endowment

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The California Wellness Foundation

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California Health Interview Survey

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