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Key Facts About Uninsured Adults with Opioid Use Disorder

About 1 in 5 of the two million nonelderly adults with opioid use disorder are uninsured. They are predominantly male, young adult, and white.

The Uninsured and the Affordable Care Act: A Primer

A look at how insurance has changed, how many remain uninsured, who they are and why they lack coverage.

The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid

Nationally, 2.5 million poor uninsured adults are in the “coverage gap” that results from state decisions not to expand Medicaid.

Changes in Health Coverage by Race and Ethnicity since Implementation of the ACA, 2013-2017

People of color experienced large gains in coverage under the ACA that narrowed longstanding disparities. But between 2016 and 2017, coverage gains stalled or began reversing for some groups, including Whites and Blacks.

Community Health Centers: Growing Importance in a Changing Health Care System

Community health centers are a key component of the health care system, providing access to comprehensive primary care in underserved communities.

Data Portrait

Health and Health Coverage in the South

Southerners as a group are generally more likely than those in the rest of the nation to have certain chronic illnesses and to experience worse health outcomes.