New Report: Chronically Ill Children and Public Health Insurance Coverage
Posted by on August 18, 2008
New Report Shows that Kids with Health Insurance Get Needed Care, While Uninsured Kids Go Without
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation today released a report titled A Needed Lifeline: Chronically Ill Children and Public Health Insurance Coverage. The report shows that having health insurance makes an enormous difference in whether kids receive the care they need, especially if they have chronic health conditions like asthma or diabetes. Read the press release, download and share this report, or view the interactive map with state-by-state data.
Interactive Map: http://covertheuninsured.org/states/lifeline/
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