Insurance Coverage and Access Articles
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Anticipating the direction private insurance would take after the retrenchment of managed care was perhaps the greatest challenge facing policymakers at the time these articles were published. A number of important trends are examined in the following articles:
- “Renewed Emphasis on Consumer Cost Sharing in Health Insurance Benefit Design” by James Robinson (March 2002);
- “Health Care Use among Undocumented Latino Immigrants” by Marc Berk, Claudia Schur, Leo Chavez, and Martin Frankel (July/August 2000);
- “The Nonpoor Uninsured in California, 1998” by Jill Yegian, David Pockell, Mark Smith, and Eleanor Murray (July/August 2000);
- “The Health Insurance Plan of California: The First Five Years” by Jill Yegian, Thomas Buchmueller, Mark Smith, and Ann Monroe (September/October 2000);
- “Small Businesses, Information, and the Decision to Offer Health Insurance” by Marian Mulkey and Jill Yegian (September/October 2001).
The articles appeared in Health Affairs and are available for download below.