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Uninsured Rate Rises in 17 States in 2017
The uninsured rate rose by statistically significant margins in 17 states in 2017, while no states saw their uninsured rate drop compared with 2016.
Optimism Among U.S. Small-Business Owners Remains High
Small-business owners remain optimistic, but have hiring concerns. Owners' views of the tax reform law are mixed; many say it is too early to judge its effect.
In the News: Paul Ryan
Americans' favorable ratings of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who announced his retirement Wednesday, declined steeply in 2017.
U.S. Uninsured Rate Steady at 12.2% in Fourth Quarter of 2017
The uninsured rate among U.S. adults held steady at 12.2% in the fourth quarter of 2017, but is up 1.3 points since the end of 2016.
Who Pays for Americans' Health Insurance?
In recent years, an increasing proportion of Americans have seen their health coverage paid for by Medicare or Medicaid, while fewer Americans have private insurance.
Are You Ready to Respond to 2018's Biggest Healthcare Trends?
Learn how to optimize patient care and business outcomes in response to the powerful forces reshaping healthcare.
Americans Still Hold Dim View of U.S. Healthcare System
In spite of monumental changes to the U.S. healthcare system over the past decade, about the same percentage of Americans think it is deeply flawed now as did 10 years ago.
Majority Want Government to Ensure Healthcare Coverage
Fifty-six percent of Americans say it is the federal government's responsibility to provide healthcare coverage for all Americans, the highest in 10 years.
In U.S., Support for Government-Run Health System Edges Up
Americans' support for a government-run healthcare system has ticked up, with the public now divided on whether it or a system based on private insurance would be better for the U.S.
U.S. Healthcare Quality Ratings Among Lowest Since '12
Americans continue to rate their personal healthcare situations better than those of the U.S. overall on three key aspects -- quality, coverage and cost.