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Urban Institute Press Releases Health Policy and the Uninsured

    Health Policy and the Uninsured addresses what we know about who does not have health insurance, why they do not have health insurance, and what difference health insurance makes. It is based on research commissioned by ERIU and funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Read the introduction, reviews and more at Urban Institute's website
  • Learn more about ERIU's book release event "Top Ten Myths on the Uninsured"
  • Buy Health Policy and the Uninsured
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