The effects of recent employment changes and premium increases on adults' insurance coverage.

  • Jack Hadley
  • Published 2006 in Medical care research and review : MCRR


This study uses national survey data from 1997, 1999, and 2002 to estimate a statistical model of the relationships between employment loss, insurance costs, and insurance coverage of nonelderly adults. Simulations based on the model suggest that the large increase in private insurance premiums (about 33 percent in constant dollars) was responsible for 3.1… (More)