This Data Point examines new National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) data to assess recent changes in health coverage for the population. The most recent data finds that the national uninsured rate for all ages declined 1.9% from 2019 to 2022, with early 2023 data showing even greater decreases reaching an all-time low national uninsured rate of 7.7%. This reduction in the uninsured rate reflects 6.3 million people gaining coverage since 2020. The Data Point also examines data from the American Community Survey to assess state level coverage changes.
- National Uninsured Rate Reaches All-Time Low in Early 2022
- Health Coverage Changes Under the Affordable Care Act: End of 2021 Update
- Tracking Health Insurance Coverage in 2020-2021
- Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums: The Uninsured and the American Rescue Plan
- Projected Coverage and Subsidy Impacts If the American Rescue Plan’s Marketplace Provisions Sunset in 2023
- Estimates of Uninsured Adults Newly Eligible for Medicaid If Remaining 12 Non-Expansion States Expand Medicaid: 2022 Update
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