Commonwealth Fund September 29, 2022
Sara R. Collins, Lauren A. Haynes, Relebohile Masitha

Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey


  • More Americans than ever have health insurance, but a new Commonwealth Fund survey finds many still lack adequate financial protection, with more than two in five working-age adults struggling to afford careĀ 

  • Congress can build on recent coverage gains by making enhanced marketplace subsidies permanent, filling the Medicaid coverage gap, and reining in deductibles and other cost sharing

The number and percentage of Americans lacking health insurance is falling to historic lows, thanks to policy changes aimed at helping people get and stay covered during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the recent decision by several states to expand Medicaid eligibility under...

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