6 edition of State differences in job-related health insurance, 1996 (MEPS chartbook) found in the catalog.
State differences in job-related health insurance, 1996 (MEPS chartbook)
Chris L. Peterson
by Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||35|
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Health Care Plans for Multistate Employers Employers who operate in more than one state face important choices when deciding which health care plans to offer their employees. At a high level, there are two main options: Offer a single, multistate plan to employees everywhere, or offer separate plans in each state. State-Specific Prevalence of Lapses in Health-Care-Insurance Coverage -- United States, Lack of health-care-insurance coverage has been associated with decreased use of preventive health services, delay in seeking medical care, and poor health status (1,2).
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job-related coverage remains the primary source of health insurance for most Americans. However, employer-sponsored coverage varies significantly across States. This report focuses on three key aspects of State differences in employer-sponsored health insurance.
The first section looks at State differences in job-related health insurance access to job-related health insurance. In spite of increasing enrollment in public health insurance programs and decreasing private coverage from tojob-related coverage remains the primary source of health insurance.
State differences in job-related health insurance, Rockville, MD: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality,  (OCoLC) The chartbook is split into two sections based on key aspects of State differences in employer-sponsored health insurance.
The first section looks at workers' access to job-related health insurance and their enrollment rates. The second section examines State differences in the cost of that insurance. State differences in job-related health insurance, Rockville, MD: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, (OCoLC) Online version: Branscome, James M.
State differences in job-related health insurance, About the Author. Michael A. Morrisey, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Health Care Organization and Policy in the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where he has taught health insurance for more than 25 years.
He is the director of the UAB Lister Hill Center for Health Policy /5(14). –* JILL QUADAGNO Florida State University Journal of Health and Social BehaviorVol 45 (Extra Issue): 25–44 The United State differences in job-related health insurance is the only western industrialized nation that fails to provide universal coverage and the only nation where health care for the majority of the population is financed by for-profit, minimally regulated private insurance companies.
Most working-age Americans obtain health insurance through the workplace. U.S. law requires employers to use a common price, but the value of insurance varies with idiosyncratic health risk.
The Employees’ State Insurance Act is designed to confer benefits on these weaker segments in situations of distress as is apparent from the preamble.4 The Employees’ State Insurance Act extends to the whole of India. Section 1(3) of this Act empowers the Central Government to enforce different provisions of the Act in different.
Health insurance is heavily regulated at the state level. If you are looking to buy new coverage, or replace your current policy, you should become familiar with your state's health insurance laws. Lists the major laws governing health insurance in your state. Author(s): Peterson,Chris L,; Vistnes,Jessica P; United States.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Title(s): State differences in job-related health. Job-related health insurance premiums can vary for many reasons, such as the type of health insurance plan offered, the generosity of the plan, the size of the firm offering the plan, various workforce characteristics, state health insurance regulations, and the local cost of health care.
ditional enrollment materials and reports developed by the Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Study (CAHPS) on consumers’ perceptions and decision-making.
Research Design. Using data from eight CAHPS demonstrations, we tested for significant differences across consumers with employer-sponsored insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. Subjects. Approximat consumers with employer. /ARTICLEMCR&R (August )Ketsche / Employment-Based Health Insurance Employment-Based Health Insurance: Analysis of Rural-Urban Differences in One State Patricia Ketsche Georgia State University This study estimates the propensity of firms to offer health insurance in a simultaneous.
Enrollment in High-Premium Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance by State: Private Industry, Statistical Brief Differences in Health Insurance Coverage between Part-Time and Full-Time Private-Sector Workers, and State Differences in the Cost of Job-Related Health Insurance, Statistical Brief Insurance.
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Of the many health issues faced by immigrants, those related to health care access and insurance are the most challenging – 27 Studies have shown that low-income immigrants are twice as likely to be uninsured as low-income US citizens, 28, 29 Programs such as Medicaid and the State Child Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) were created to Cited by: Mometrix Test Preparation's Life & Health Exam Secrets Study Guide is the ideal prep solution for anyone who wants to pass their Life & Health Insurance Exam.
The exam is extremely challenging, and thorough test preparation is essential for success/5(). sponsored health insurance; approximately 2, employers respond each year. The data are not publicly available, nor is the sample designed to provide estimates at the market level. (KFF/HRET Employer Health Benefits Summary of Findings, document ).
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It is run by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The program was created in by Title XVIII of the Social Security Act. The end-stage renal disease (ESRD) program has been in operation since and covers more than 90 percent of.As shown in Figure 1, the market for health insurance exploded in size in the s, growing from a total enrollment of 20, in to nearlyin (Health Insurance InstituteSource Book, p.
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