Looks at what percentage of people with neither employer-sponsored nor public coverage purchase private non-group health insurance, by income level and family type. Points to the need to make non-group coverage more affordable and more attractive.
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Title: How Non-Group Health Coverage Varies with Income
Publication date 2008-02-01
Publication Year 2008
, Paul Jacobs
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, self employed
, poverty level
, health coverage
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