Do Health Plan Enrollees have Enough Money to Pay Cost Sharing?
The survey asks whether anyone in the household has health insurance and if so, what types of insurance people have. The survey also ascertains whether everyone in the household is covered by the same type of health insurance, whether everyone is uninsured, and who in the household is uninsured.
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