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A Representation of the Uninsured The Organization for Urban Family Wellbeing Susanne Callahan Kenya Lucas Question #1 Which of the accompanying articulations is valid? a. The quantity of Americans without medical coverage has developed, notwithstanding when the economy is solid.
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A Portrait of the Uninsured The Institute for Urban Family Health Susanne Callahan Kenya Lucas

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Question #1 Which of the accompanying proclamations is valid? a. The quantity of Americans without wellbeing protection has developed, notwithstanding when the economy is solid. b. The uninsured speak to around 15% percent of the populace. c. Uninsured Americans originate from each race, age, and ethnic gathering. d. The greater part of the above.

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Answer #1 Which of the accompanying articulations is valid? a. The quantity of Americans without wellbeing protection has developed, notwithstanding when the economy is solid. b. The uninsured speak to around 15 percent of the populace. c. Uninsured Americans originate from each race, age, and ethnic gathering. d. The above\'s majority.

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Explanation More than 41 million Americans need wellbeing protection. Of these, 8.5 million are kids under age 18. Over the past quarter century, the quantity of uninsured Americans has expanded by around 1 million a year - speedier than the general\'s rate populace development.

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Percentage Uninsured Among Adults Ages 18-64, by Age, 2001 Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute gauges from the March Current Population Survey, 2002 Supplement.

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What does this mean for NYC?

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Question #2 Who is well on the way to be uninsured? Individuals who: a. Acquire low wages. b. Have less instruction. c. Are Hispanic. d. Are 18 to 24 years of age. e. The greater part of the above.

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Answer #2 Who is destined to be uninsured? Individuals who: a. Win low wages. b. Have less training. c. Are Hispanic. d. Are 18 to 24 years of age. e. The greater part of the above.

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Explanation Being poor doesn’t essentially mean a man will be secured by Medicaid. Most low-salary specialists work in organizations that don’t give wellbeing scope. Having a professional education prompts higher paying occupations which frequently incorporate medical advantages. Hispanics and blacks will probably need wellbeing scope than non-Hispanic whites.

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Explanation “My patients are persevering individuals who regularly hold not one but rather upwards of three employments to pay their bills, dress their kids, and put sustenance on the table. The greater part of them win sufficiently only to be ineligible for Medicaid…They are compelled to settle on paying lease and getting the social insurance they need.” Margaret Pereyda , doctor

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Question #3 Which of the accompanying articulations are valid? a. African Americans are twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be without wellbeing protection. b. Hispanics are three times as likely as whites to be without wellbeing protection. c. The greater part of the above. d. Nothing from what was just mentioned.

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Answer #3 Which of the accompanying articulations are valid? a. African Americans are twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be without wellbeing protection. b. Hispanics are three times as likely as whites to be without wellbeing protection. c. The greater part of the above. d. Nothing unless there are other options.

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Explanation Lower rates of wellbeing scope from occupations Lower family earnings No national social insurance scope

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What does this mean for NYC? % Publicly Insured by Race

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What does this mean for NYC? % Uninsured by Race

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Question #4 What extent of grown-ups and youngsters without wellbeing protection live in families in which somebody lives up to expectations? a. 7 percent b. 20 percent c. 40 percent d. 80 percent

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Answer #4 What extent of grown-ups and kids without wellbeing protection live in families in which somebody lives up to expectations? a. 7 percent b. 20 percent c. 40 percent d. 80 percent

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Explanation More than 80 percent of uninsured youngsters and grown-ups under age 65 live in working families. Indeed, even individuals from families with two full-time wage workers have a decent risk of being uninsured.

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Distribution of Uninsured Workers, Ages 18-64, by Work Status, 2001 Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute gauges from the March Current Population Survey, 2002 Supplement.

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Explanation “It’s come to the heart of the matter where a few individuals are working just to get wellbeing protection. I know somebody who makes $9 60 minutes, and pays $8 an hour for childcare. They take home nothing, yet the occupation accompanies wellbeing scope so they keep it.” Joe Babbitt , doctor

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Question #5 What extent of individuals without wellbeing protection are individuals from lower salary families? a. one-fourth b. one-half c. 66% d. three-fourths

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Answer #5 What extent of individuals without wellbeing protection are individuals from lower pay families? a. one-fourth b. one-half c. 66% d. three-fourths

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Explanation 66% of every uninsured peopl are individuals from families procuring under 200 percent of the government destitution level. For a group of four, that implies they earned not exactly $34,000 in 1999. Some low-salary families are ineligible for general wellbeing protection, for example, Medicaid.

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Percentage Uninsured Among the Nonelderly Population, by Family Poverty Status, 2001 Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute gauges from the March Current Population Survey, 2002 Supplement

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Question #6 Immigrants represent which extent of individuals without wellbeing protection? a. 1 in 2 b. 1 in 3 c. 1 in 4 d. Less than 1 in 5

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Answer #6 Immigrants represent which extent of individuals without wellbeing protection? a. 1 in 2 b. 1 in 3 c. 1 in 4 d. Less than 1 in 5

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Explanation Recently arrived workers - the individuals who have been in the nation four years or less - have a higher than normal uninsured rate, however they contain a moderately little extent of the aggregate populace.

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Question #7 What could make you lose your wellbeing protection? a. You could lose your occupation and the vocation based protection that accompanied it. b. You could get separated and didn\'t really be viewed as a subject to your ex-life partner\'s scope. c. Your protection installment could be expanded past the level you can bear. d. The greater part of the above.

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Answer #7 What could make you lose your wellbeing protection? a. You could lose your occupation and the work based protection that accompanied it. b. You could get separated and didn\'t really be viewed as a subject to your ex-life partner\'s scope. c. Your protection installment could be expanded past the level you can bear. d. The greater part of the above.

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Explanation Many regular life occasions can trigger a misfortune or addition of wellbeing protection scope. The normal time without scope is 5 - 6 months, yet individuals with low pay and less training are liable to be without scope for significantly more. Changes in Medicaid or other open protection projects can bring about holes in scope

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Question #8 How likely are individuals without wellbeing protection to obtain entrance to the wellbeing administrations they require? a. Likely - they have admittance to crisis restorative consideration, open facilities, and different administrations. b. Fundamentally more improbable than individuals with protection - they get less preventive administrations (like pap spreads and registration) and less administer to constant conditions (like diabetes and hypertension). c. Having wellbeing protection has little effect in the sort of consideration individuals get. d. Nothing from what was just mentioned.

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Answer #8 How likely are individuals without wellbeing protection to get entrance to the wellbeing administrations they require? a. Likely - they have entry to crisis therapeutic consideration, open facilities, and different administrations. b. Essentially more improbable than individuals with protection - they get less preventive administrations (like pap spreads and registration) and less watch over ceaseless conditions (like diabetes and hypertension). c. Having wellbeing protection has little effect in the kind of consideration individuals get. d. Nothing from what was just mentioned.

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Explanation People without protection are substantially less likely than individuals with protection to get the social insurance they require – they get less preventive administrations and less administer to interminable conditions.

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What does it mean for NYC?

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Explanation One lady depicted attempting to get help for her tyke who had ended up cross-looked at. “It wasn’t until I landed a position and I had work insurance” that she found herself able to get a specialist to focus. “Just the way I was treated with that employment scope, instead of Medicaid. It felt better than average. I had an inclination that I had money!” Patient

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Explanation “ If you ain’t got cash, you just got the chance to have persistence reason spots is overcrowded….You’ve got the chance to have cash. That’s the primary concern. You got the chance to prepare

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