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Health Care Affordability and the Uninsured

Diane Rowland testified at a hearing on the instability of health coverage before the Health Subcommittee of the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means. Her testimony discussed the growing share of Americans who are uninsured and without adequate health insurance coverage and highlighted the key characteristics and issues with…

Health Affairs Article: Comparing the Assets of Uninsured Households to Cost Sharing Under High Deductible Health Plans

Health Affairs Article: Comparing the Assets of Uninsured Households to Cost Sharing Under High Deductible Health Plans Relatively few uninsured households have enough financial assets to cover the cost-sharing in consumer-driven health plans tied to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), according to this study by Kaiser Family Foundation researchers published as a Health…

Pulling It Together: Critical Path To Health Reform

In this new section of our Web site, I pull together ideas and data from across the Foundation’s work to try to paint a bigger picture that hopefully helps to illuminate critical health policy issues. This is not a blog or a personal position statement. This second installment of the…

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 — March 2008

Growing economic worries have led to a sharp rise in the economy as a campaign issue, eclipsing health on voters’ priority list, as well as Iraq. With economic concerns rising, where will health fit in the ongoing presidential campaign?  This March 2008 poll finds that health care plays a role…

Presidential Candidates’ Platforms Reflect Sharp Differences in Perspectives of Democratic and Republican Primary Voters on Health Care Problems

Embargoed for release until: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 For further information contact: Kate Schoen, Kaiser, (650) 854-9400, kschoen@kff.org Todd Datz, HSPH, (617) 432-3952, tdatz@hsph.harvard.edu Presidential Candidates’ Platforms Reflect Sharp Differences in Perspectives of Democratic and Republican Primary Voters on Health Care Problems Analysis Draws On Data From New Kaiser/Harvard Survey…

Health Care in the 2008 Presidential Primaries

This analysis find that the sharply contrasting health care platforms of the leading Democratic and Republican presidential candidates reflect dramatic differences in the perspectives of their primary voters. The article analyzes a newly released Kaiser/Harvard survey of likely primary voters in 35 states (and the District of Columbia) with January…

Vermont Health Care Reform Plan

On May 25, 2006, Vermont Governor Jim Douglas signed into law comprehensive health care reform legislation. The plan is designed to increase access to affordable health care while reducing cost through quality improvement measures. The plan requires employers to provide or help finance coverage for their workers. For individuals, participation…

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 – December 2007

This December 2007 tracking poll finds finds that Iraq continues to top the list of issues that the public wants to hear presidential candidates talk about, with more than a third (35%) naming the war as one of the top two issues in an open-ended question. Health care (30%) ranks…

The Public’s Health Care Agenda for the New President and Congress

  The Public’s Health Care Agenda for the New President and Congress This survey captures the public’s attitudes regarding the health care agenda for President Obama and the new Congress in 2009. It assesses the relative priority placed on health care by the American public as part of addressing the…