Access to care of U.S. children by health insurance status in 2011

Children's access to care by health insurance status in the U.S. in 2011

Access to care of U.S. children by health insurance status in 2011 This statistic represents children's access to care by health insurance status in the United States in 2011. In that year, 28 percent of the uninsured children had no usual source of care in the United States, while 20 percent of uninsured children postponed seeking care due to cost reasons.
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Children's access to care by health insurance status in the U.S. in 2011

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Employer/Other privatMedicaid/other publicUninsured
No usual source of care2%3%28%
Postponed seeking care due to cost*2%2%20%
Went without needed care due to cost*1%1%11%
Employer/Other privatMedicaid/other publicUninsured
No usual source of care2%3%28%
Postponed seeking care due to cost*2%2%20%
Went without needed care due to cost*1%1%11%
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This statistic represents children's access to care by health insurance status in the United States in 2011. In that year, 28 percent of the uninsured children had no usual source of care in the United States, while 20 percent of uninsured children postponed seeking care due to cost reasons.
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