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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 ...
Latino Population Statistics (2016)
Over the past decade, Latinos have sealed their place as the country’s largest minority group. With the expanded national presence of this vibrant and youthful population, Hispanics increasingly contribute to the economic, ...
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), ...
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 ...
Latino Children's Coverage Reaches Historic High, But Too Many Remain Uninsured
Recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau examining health insurance coverage rates in 2015 found that, during the two-year period from 2013-2015, Latino children’s uninsurance rates experienced the largest two-year ...
The Federal Tax Code: Individual Mandate, Health Care, and Latinos
The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” the latest tax bill from Congressional Republicans, would result in a massive tax cut for the richest Americans and big corporations, while providing little, if any, tax relief to working- and ...
The Affordable Care Act and the Latino Community: What’s at Stake in Repeal without Replace?
A look at the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Latino community and the potential implications if the law were to be repealed.
HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet: Farmworkers and HIV
Hispanic farmworkers are at increased risk for contracting HIV and other STDs. This brief covers how Inadequate health knowledge, poor accessibility to health care, a mobile lifestyle, limited case findings and follow-up, ...
CHIP and Latino Kids: What’s at Stake?
Fact sheet detailing the impact of CHIP on Latino children and families. Also, includes Unidos US’ recommendations for funding reauthorization.