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July 15, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Who Are the Remaining Uninsured Adult Kansans? (July 2019)

Despite gains in insurance coverage since 2009 for nonelderly Kansas adults age 19-64, many remain uninsured. Based on the latest estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, 201,275 (11.9 percent) nonelderly Kansas adults were uninsured in 2017. This issue brief builds on information presented in the 2019 Annual Insurance Update to describe in detail those nonelderly Kansas adults who remain uninsured, including their employment, educational attainment and citizenship status.

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June 12, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Enrollment in Kansas Health Insurance Marketplace Declines (June 2019)

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released final summary enrollment data on March 25, 2019, for the sixth open enrollment period of the health insurance marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This issue brief examines the results for the 2019 plan year, during which 89,993 Kansans — and 11.4 million consumers nationwide — selected or were automatically re-enrolled in a marketplace plan.

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January 22, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Annual Insurance Update 2019 (January 2019)

In 2017, there were 243,305 Kansans who were uninsured, including 40,815 children age 0-18. In the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) Annual Insurance Update 2019, a comprehensive review of health insurance coverage in the state is presented using the most recent data available.

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December 03, 2018 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Insurance Coverage by Kansas Congressional District (December 2018)

The 2nd congressional district in eastern Kansas had the lowest uninsured rate (7.9 percent) and the 4th district in south-central Kansas, which includes the city of Wichita, had the highest (9.5 percent). Learn more in our new fact sheet which details health insurance coverage for Kansans in 2017 by congressional district as well as by age group.

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December 19, 2017 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Infographic: Health Insurance in Kansas 2016 (December 2017)

This infographic depicts insurance coverage in Kansas for 2016. It breaks down the population of Kansas into those with different types of private and public insurance, and those without insurance. The infographic further divides the uninsured population into income categories and describes how many were potentially eligible for various coverage options in 2016.

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