Figure

3-1

 

Conceptual framework and focus of the chapter,

 

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Tables

3-1

 

Prevalence of Serious Medical Conditions Among Uninsured Adults Ages 19-64, 2005,

 

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3-2

 

Comparison of the Use of Health Care Services by Insured and Uninsured Adults with Serious Medical Conditions, 2005,

 

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3-3

 

Overview of Studies of the Impact of Health Insurance on Adults’ Access to Health Care Services and Health Outcomes, 2002-2008,

 

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3-4

 

Recent Research Findings on the Harmful Effects of Uninsurance for Adults with Selected Acute Conditions and Chronic Disease,

 

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Chapter 4
Boxes

4-1

 

The IOM’s Previous Findings on the Community Effects of Uninsurance, 2003,

 

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4-2

 

What Is a Community?,

 

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4-3

 

Challenges at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta,

 

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4-4

 

Uninsurance Rates Among Communities in the 2003 Community Tracking Study (CTS),

 

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4-5

 

Denver Hospitals Relocating to More Affluent Areas,

 

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Figures

4-1

 

Percentage of the nonelderly U.S. population without health insurance, by county, 2005,

 

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4-2

 

Variation in uninsurance rates among communities within Los Angeles County, 2003,

 

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Table

4-1

 

Estimated Impact of Living in a Higher Uninsurance Community for Working-Age, Privately Insured Adults,

 

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