Cover the Uninsured Week 2006 – Kaiser Family Foundation Resources
May 1-7, 2006, is Cover the Uninsured Week, organized by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and several partner organizations. The Kaiser Family Foundation has a wide range of resources on the topics of health coverage and the nation’s uninsured population to assist you in your work related to these issues.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation launches the Week at a May 2 event in Washington, D.C.
Fact Sheets & Primer
- The Uninsured and Their Access to Care
- Covering the Uninsured: Growing Need, Strained Resources
- Massachusetts’ New Law to Cover the Uninsured
- Women’s Health Insurance Coverage
- The Uninsured: A Primer
Reports & Chartbooks
- Health Coverage in America, 2004 Data Update
- Employer Health Benefits 2005 Annual Survey
- Sicker and Poorer: The Consequences of Being Uninsured
- The Cost of Care for the Uninsured: What Do We Spend, Who Pays, and What Would Full Coverage Add to Medical Spending?
- Threadbare: Holes in America’s Health Care Safety Net
- Challenges and Tradeoffs in Low-Income Family Budgets: Implications for Health Coverage
Three Reports on Enrollment and Outreach for Public Health Coverage Programs
- In a Time of Growing Need: State Choices Influence Health Coverage Access for Children and Families
- Opening Doorways to Health Care for Children
- Outreach Strategies for Medicaid and SCHIP