The recent global pandemic has exacerbated deep health disparities across the country, and access to quality health insurance is no exception. At the national level, we fund organizations working to better understand the impact of... Continue Reading
The Urban Institute compare health care coverage for children and parents under the ACA and under a reconciliation bill repealing the ACA similar to the one vetoed in January 2016, addressing two issues specific to... Continue Reading
This brief uses the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) to examine trends in uninsurance for mothers living with dependent children between 1997 and 2014.
Using data from the National Health Interview Survey, this brief finds that 95 percent of children ages 0 to 18 are insured and getting better access to health care, as well as identifies areas for improvement.
Time for a Checkup: Changes in Health Insurance Coverage, Health Care Access and Affordability, and Plan Satisfaction among Parents and Children between 2013 and 2015
This brief uses data collected from the Urban Institute’s Health Reform Monitoring Survey to assess how health insurance coverage and several measures of health care access, affordability, and satisfaction changed for parents and children between 2013-15.
Using data from the Urban Institute's Health Reform Monitoring Survey, this brief examines the reasons parents living with dependent children remain uninsured in the wake of coverage expansions implemented under the ACA.