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2009 Profiles of Latino Health: The Top 12 Questions About Latinos and Health Care
As families increasingly struggle to balance health care costs with everyday needs, nearly all Americans are acutely aware of the urgent need for comprehensive reform of our health care system. Latinos, who at 15% of ...
Profiles of Latino Health: Community Responses to Latino Health Needs in Hartford, CT
Latinas in Connecticut are more likely than women of any other racial or ethnic background to have late or no prenatal care, and they also at risk of giving birth to preterm or low birth weight infants. Hartford's Hispanic ...
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance: Already Poor Access Dwindles Further for Working Latinos
Access to affordable health insurance is a pressing concern for all Americans, but it is an especially urgent problem for Latinos. Disparate access to employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) is one of the primary factors driving ...
Profiles of Latino Health: Community Responses to Latino Health Needs in San Ysidro, CA
Uninsurance holds back Latino children from accessing health care in California. San Ysidro Health Center's coordinated care model connects uninsured children in the community to all the health care that the doctor orders.
Latino Children’s Health and Well-Being: SCHIP Makes All the Difference
The State Children's Health Improvement Program (SCHIP) is crucial to the health and well-being of Latino children. This fact sheet presents key evidence that CHIP has the potential to further close the health coverage ...
Medicaid and SCHIP: Critical for Latino Families Facing Financial Hardship
Medicaid, along with the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), is important to many Latinos, who are less likely than any other major racial/ethnic group to have access to traditional private coverage.
Medicaid and CHIP: Critical for Latino Families Facing Financial Hardship
Hispanics are less likely than non-Hispanics to have access to traditional health insurance through the workplace, so public health coverage programs, such as Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), ...
The State of Latino Children and Youth in the United States
Since 1990, the number of Latino children under age 18 living in the United States has doubled, making them one of the fastest-growing segments of the national population. This fact sheet provides a wealth of information ...
Latino Children’s Health and Well-Being: CHIP Makes All the Difference
The Children's Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is crucial to the health and well-being of Latino children. Hispanic children are disproportionately uninsured, making up one-fifth (21.2%) of all U.S. children, but ...
Medicaid y SCHIP: Un asunto critico para las familias latinas que enfrentan apuros financieros
Medicaid junto con el Programa Estatal se Seguro de Salud para Niños (SCHIP, por sus siglas en inglés) es muy importante para muchos latinos, quienes tienen menos probabilidades de tener acceso a la cobertura tradicional ...