The nonpoor uninsured in California, 1998.

  title={The nonpoor uninsured in California, 1998.},
  author={Jill Mathews Yegian and D G Pockell and Mark D. Smith and Erin K Murray},
  journal={Health affairs},
  volume={19 4},
Lack of insurance is not solely an issue for the poor. In both California and the nation, approximately 40 percent of the uninsured have family incomes of at least twice the federal poverty level, and one-quarter have family incomes of at least 300 percent of poverty. Examining the issue from this perspective does not detract from the importance of ensuring that those with the least means in our society obtain health insurance and better access to care. However, it does evoke questions about… CONTINUE READING