SPOTLIGHT: Census Bureau estimates may have overstated number of uninsured

A new study published in journal Health Affairs suggests that a U.S. Census Bureau estimate tossed about in reform discussions--the number of citizens who are uninsured--may not be accurate. This number, as well as the number of people with Medicaid coverage, may be wrong due to people's inability to remember their insurance status from the previous year, the study suggests. Article

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