Uninsured Children are Much Less Likely to Receive Medical Care

Brief

Uninsured Children are Much Less Likely to Receive Medical Care

September 11, 2003

Abstract

Children covered by health insurance--whether employer-sponsored coverage, Medicaid, the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), or other coverage--are abut 1.5 times more likely than uninsured children to receive a least one well-child care doctor visit annually.

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