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      2007-Coverage: For Richer,
      For Poorer, In Sickness and
      In Health

      2006-To Have and To Hold, In
      Sickness and In Health?

      2006-Tax, Regulate, Spend:
      Policy Impacts on Health

      2005-Coverage Impacts
      Across the Lifespan
          Conference Highlights
          Participant List
          Papers Presented

      2004-Vulnerable Populations

      2004-Consumer Preferences and
      Coverage Choice

      2003-Coverage Dynamics and
      the Uninsured

      2002-Expanding the Dialogue
      on the Uninsured

      2001-Agenda Setting

Washington D.C. Joint Conference   
       Health Insurance   
      Congressional Testimony
      ERIU Book Release


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Ann Arbor Research Conferences

School, Work, Retirement: Coverage Impacts Across the Lifespan

July 7 - 8, 2005
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Papers presented at the 2005 summer conference address coverage issues facing different population groups representing different points in the lifespan: children, working adults, and those nearing retirement. In addition, two papers examined the effect of health status or chronic illness on coverage outcomes on subsets of working adults.

 Conference Highlights | Participant List | Papers Presented