Insurance coverage, medical care use, and short-term health changes following an unintentional injury or the onset of a chronic condition.

@article{Hadley2007InsuranceCM,
  title={Insurance coverage, medical care use, and short-term health changes following an unintentional injury or the onset of a chronic condition.},
  author={Jack Hadley},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2007},
  volume={297 10},
  pages={1073-84}
}
CONTEXT Given the large and increasing number of uninsured US individuals, identifying the health consequences of being uninsured has assumed increased importance. OBJECTIVE To compare medical care use and short-term health changes among US uninsured individuals and insured nonelderly individuals following a health shock caused by either an unintentional injury or the onset of a chronic condition. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Multivariate logistic regression analysis of longitudinal… CONTINUE READING

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