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Health Insurance Working Papers

Working papers are intended to make results of Census Bureau research available to others and to encourage discussion on a variety of topics. They have not undergone a review and editorial process generally accorded official Census Bureau publications.

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Working Paper
Modifications to the CPS ASEC Imputation Routine
The U.S. Census Bureau is engaged in an on-going effort to improve the quality of health insurance information in the CPS ASEC.


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Improving the Validity of the Medicaid-CHIP Estimates on the ACS
This paper primarily focuses on the edits that were developed for children‘s Medicaid/CHIP coverage.


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Medical Out-of-Pocket Spending Among the Uninsured
This paper refines the treatment of Medical Out-of-Pocket (MOOP) spending among the uninsured in measuring poverty.


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Estimates of Nongroup Health Insurance in the ACS
This paper investigates the estimates of multiple types of coverage in the working-age adult population from the American Community Survey (ACS).


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Intra-Family Differences in Health Insurance Coverage
This paper gives a tabular analysis of the characteristics of Medicaid children and parents that have discordant coverage.


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Deconstruction of the Time Trend in Health Insurance
This analysis presents new longitudinal health insurance estimates from the SIPP spanning May 2008 to March 2010.


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Poster: Paying for Non-Premium Medical Expenses for Children
Visual representation comparing the medical expenditure data of children who are insured with those who are uninsured.


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Paying for Non-Premium Medical Expenses for Children
This research compares the medical expenditure data of children who are insured with those who are uninsured.


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Poster: Deconstruction of the Time Trend in Health Insurance
Graphic visualization of the new longitudinal health insurance estimates from the SIPP spanning May 2008 to March 2010.


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Health Insurance Coverage After Losing or Leaving a Job
This paper uses data from the SIPP to observe how health insurance coverage changes in the aftermath of a job separation followed by a period of unemployment.

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