This Issue Brief reviews evidence on factors affecting enrollment in health coverage among uninsured populations, including take-up of Medicaid and subsidized Marketplace plans among eligible individuals. In addition, it discusses barriers faced by individuals trying to enroll in health coverage and evidence on the impacts of various outreach strategies and consumer assistance on helping uninsured people gain coverage.
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- The Remaining Uninsured: Geographic and Demographic Variation
- Trends in the U.S. Uninsured Population, 2010-2020
- Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums: Current Enrollees and the American Rescue
- Count Estimates of Zero- and Low-Premium Plan Availability, HealthCare.gov States Pre and Post ARP