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uninsured

(ŭn″in-shoord′)
Not indemnified by either a private or publicly funded health insurance plan. In 2011, approximately 50 million Americans were uninsured.
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Census Bureau found that in general the 2015 uninsured rate in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility was lower than in states that did not expand eligibility.
5-percentage-point drop in the overall uninsured rate for people under 65 between 2015 and this year is much smaller than the 2.
The states with the biggest decrease in the uninsured rate are Oregon, Nevada, Kentucky, California, and West Virginia; the smallest decrease in the uninsured rate: Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Nebraska.
Texas in 2014 had the biggestAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA absolute gap in uninsured rates bet lower-income and higher-income households, at 20.
The rate of uninsured patients eligible for either ACA-based coverage or Medicaid varied widely across states.
Uninsured motorist property damage (UMPD) can be used if your vehicle is damaged by an uninsured motorist who is found liable for the accident.
The first-quarter results summarize data captured across both pre-deadline and post-deadline dates, so changes in the uninsured rate over the course of the quarter are not reflected.
The uninsured rate has declined across all race and ethnicities since the law's 2010 implementation, with a greater reduction among uninsured blacks and Hispanics, the report found.
I have made it clear to the insurance industry as part of my work to tackle the high costs of motor insurance premiums here, that interventions which reduce uninsured driving must be reflected in lower premiums.
That is partly due to co-operation between the Motor Insurance Bureau and the police, making it easier to trace uninsured drivers.
Hospitals in the South had more than twice as many uninsured stays (7.
Topping the list of uninsured drivers is Bordesley, where nearly one driver in three is uninsured - eight times the national average.