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Uninsured and Low-Income

HSC research focuses on access to care for the uninsured and those with low incomes. Combining HSC's household and physician surveys provides a rich picture of how access is changing in an era of increasingly competitive markets. Analyses document how pressures on the health care safety net affect access to care for those who are uninsured and/or have low incomes.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
A Changing Picture of Uncompensated CarePeter J. Cunningham, Ha T. Tu July/August 1997
Health Affairs
 
Snapshots of Change in Fifteen Communities:James R. Knickman Summer 1996
Health Affairs
 
Snapshots of Change in Fifteen Communities:Debra J. Lipson, Naomi Naierman Summer 1996
Health Affairs
 
The Health Status of Workers Who Decline Employer-Sponsored Insurance:Linda J. Blumberg, Len M. Nichols November 2001
Health Affairs
 
Pressures on the Health Care Safety Net:Peter J. Cunningham April 1999
Health Services Research
 
Managed Care and Physicians' Provision of Charity CarePeter J. Cunningham, Joy M. Grossman, Robert F. St. Peter, Cara S. Lesser March 24-31, 1999
Journal of the American Medical Association
 
Ability to Obtain Medical Care for the UninsuredPeter J. Cunningham, Peter Kemper September 9, 1998
Journal of the American Medical Association
 
Myths About The Uninsured March 9, 2004
Congressional Testimony
 
What Accounts for Differences in the Use of Hospital Emergency Departments Across U.S. Communities?Peter J. Cunningham July 18, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Financial Burden of Health Care, 2001-2004Jessica S. Banthin, Peter J. Cunningham, Didem M. Bernard January/February 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
The Struggle to Provide Community-Based Care to Low-Income People with Serious Mental IllnessesPeter J. Cunningham, Kelly L. McKenzie, Erin Fries Taylor May/June 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Community Approaches to Providing Care for the UninsuredErin Fries Taylor, Peter J. Cunningham, Kelly L. McKenzie April 11, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Expanding Care Versus Expanding Coverage: How to Improve Access to CarePeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley July/August 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Medicaid Cost Containment and Access to Prescription DrugsPeter J. Cunningham May/June 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Medicaid/SCHIP Cuts and Hospital Emergency Department UsePeter J. Cunningham January/February 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Do Reimbursement Delays Discourage Medicaid Participation by Physicians?Peter J. Cunningham, Ann S. O'Malley Nov. 18, 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Would Safety-Net Expansions Offset Reduced Access Resulting from Lost Insurance Coverage? Race/Ethnicity DifferencesJack Hadley, Peter J. Cunningham, J. Lee Hargraves November/December 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Improving Health Care Access for Low-Income People: Lessons from Ascension Health's Community CollaborativesLaurie E. Felland, Paul B. Ginsburg, Gretchen Kishbauch July 2011
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Availability of Safety Net Providers and Access to Care of Uninsured PersonsJack Hadley, Peter J. Cunningham October 2004
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
Identifying Affordable Sources of Medical Care Among Uninsured PersonsPeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley, Genevieve Kenney, Amy J. Davidoff January 2007
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
       

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