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People at Risk: Health Insurance Coverage, 2000

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Despite Medicaid, 30 percent of the poor had no health insurance of any kind during 2000 ? about twice the share that went without insurance among the general population. Most Americans have some type of health insurance and many people are covered by more than one provider. However, some segments of the population are particularly likely to lack coverage. The degree to which Americans are not covered by health insurance is an important measure of our country?s well-being.

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Banking, Finance, And Insurance

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: This section presents data on the Nation?s finances, various types of financial institutions, money and credit, securities, and insurance. The primary sources of these data are publications of several departments of the Federal Government, especially the Treasury Department, and independent agencies such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve System, and the Securities and Exchange Commission. National data on insurance are available p...

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The Characteristics of Persons Reporting State Children:S Health I...

By: Charles T. Nelson

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: In March 2001, for the first time, the March Supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS) added new questions about health insurance coverage under the State Children=s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). This program, established through the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, provided new funds to states to expand health insurance coverage to uninsured low-income children. States were given the option of extending child coverage by developing a separate child heal...

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Proposed New Industry Structure for Finance and Insurance

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: The Finance and Insurance sector consists of establishments primarily engaged in financial transactions ? that is, transactions involving the creation, liquidation, or change in ownership of financial assets ? or in facilitating financial transactions. Three principal types of activities can be identified: Some establishments raise funds by taking deposits and/or issuing securities, and, in the process, incur liabilities. They use these funds to acquire financia...

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Social Insurance and Human Services

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: This section presents data related to governmental expenditures for social welfare; governmental programs for oldage, survivors, disability, and health insurance (OASDHI); governmental employee retirement; private pension plans; government unemployment and temporary disability insurance; Federal supplemental security income payments and aid to the needy; child and other welfare services; and Federal food programs. Also included here are selected data on workers?...

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Insurance against Unemployment

By: Schloss, David Frederick, 1850-1912
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Report of the National Rural Youth Workshop on Rural Youth, Food S...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Introduction: The Lao People?s Revolutionary Youth Union (Lao Youth Union, or LYU) collaborated with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in conducting a national rural youth workshop on ?Rural Youth, Food Security and Sustainable Rural Development? in Vientiane, Lao People?s Democratic Republic (26 and 27 January 2005). The workshop was an important step towards placing youth-related issues on the Government?s and international agencies? age...

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Income, Poverty, And Income, And Health Insurance Health Insurance...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Index A Abortions ... 105, 106, 111, 112, 113 Abrasives, stone ... 1175 Accidents and fatalities. 207, 208, 1011, 1033, 1034, 1036, 1041, 1055, 1186 Aircraft ... 134, 1011, 1066, 1068 Costs ... 205 Deaths and death rates ... 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 134, 1033, 1034, 1036, 1055, 1186 Foreign countries ... 1368 Infants ... 122 Drownings ... 134 Falls ... 134 Fires ... 360 Industrial ... 688, 689, 690, 691, 1186 Injuries ... 206, 207, 208, 1186 Motor vehicles ... 1...

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Plan and Operation of the National Employer Health Insurance Survey

By: Edward J. Sondik, Ph. D.

Acknowledgments: Major contributions to this report were provided by Westat, Inc. staff including: Sherman Edwards, David Marker, Samantha Sheridan, Bruce Allen, Jeanine Kirkner, Karen Molloy, Anne Denbow, Earl Bryant, Ibrahim Yansaneh, and Leslie Wallace. Valuable comments to earlier versions of this manuscript were provided by the National Center for Health Statistics National Employer Health Insurance Survey team members: Karen Allen, Esther Hing, Christopher Moriarit...

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Children Without Health Insurance

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: MANY AMERICANS VIEW access to health care as essential for the healthy and secure development of children in their formative years. This Census Brief, based on data collected during the March 1997 Current Population Survey, reports on how well American children are protected by health insurance. The data show that the number of American children without health coverage rose from 8.2 million to 10.6 million from 1987 to 1996, overall a period of relative prosperi...

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Food Security and Related Indicators

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Regarding commitment II c) and d) the following initiatives by the Ministry of Education should be stated;- 1) The life skills curriculum has been prescribed since 1998-99 academic Y,ear for nationwide (both rural and urban areas) in basic education schools. One of the major components of the life skills curriculum is to educate the awareness of HIV I AIDS infection, 2) Measures taken to ensure basic education includes:- -opening of new basic education schools i...

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Insurance, Principles and Practices

By: Riegel, Robert, B. 1890; Loman, Henry James
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Insurance : Vol. 18

By: Hardy, Edward Rochie, 1908; Lindner, Walter, Dipl. Ing; Bicknell, Alfred; Field, Frederick William
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Health Insurance Coverage Consumer Income

By: Robert J. Mills

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Reversing a 12-year trend, the share of the population without health insurance declined in 1999, the first decline since 1987 when comparable health insurance statistics were first available. In 1999, 15.5 percent of the population were without health insurance coverage during the entire year, down from 16.3 percent in 1998. From 1987 to 1998, this rate either increased or was unchanged from one year to the next. Similarly, the number of people without health i...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 1 2,446 6 ,166 2 ,403 4 09 353 1,945 6 52 161 357 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 1 2,446 6 ,166 2 ,403 4 09 353 1,945 6 52 161 357 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 8 49 4 41 1 49 38 19 127 4 2 19 15 ... 1-2 years 1 ,468 7 63 2 91 75 39 171 7 7 17 34 ... 3-5 years...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 7 2,006 4 5,318 1 3,754 2,596 1,848 4,474 2 ,364 538 1,115 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 7 2,006 4 5,318 1 3,754 2,596 1,848 4,474 2 ,364 538 1,115 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 3 ,904 2 ,478 6 71 186 5 4 286 1 41 46 40 ... 1-2 years 7 ,726 4 ,990 1 ,458 2 90...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 5 9,560 3 9,152 1 1,351 2,186 1,495 2,529 1 ,712 377 758 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 5 9,560 3 9,152 1 1,351 2,186 1,495 2,529 1 ,712 377 758 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 3 ,055 2 ,037 5 23 148 3 5 160 9 9 27 25 ... 1-2 years 6 ,258 4 ,226 1 ,167 2 15 121 ...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 5 6,135 3 8,415 8 ,375 2,040 1,041 3,773 1 ,450 397 644 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 5 6,135 3 8,415 8 ,375 2,040 1,041 3,773 1 ,450 397 644 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 3 ,125 2 ,133 4 09 139 3 9 253 9 1 34 28 ... 1-2 years 5 ,945 4 ,231 7 91 230 9 8 345 1...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: ... (leading dots indicate sub-parts) Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 3 ,291 2 ,456 3 29 62 50 239 9 8 15 42 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 3 ,291 2 ,456 3 29 62 50 239 9 8 15 42 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 1 57 1 23 1 4 3 1 10 6 1 ... 1-2 years 3 97 3 18 3 0 10 2 23 7 2 5 ... 3-5 years 5 ...

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Table C6. Childrens Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Paren...

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent Living with both parents Living with mother only Living with father only Living with neither parent ALL CHILDREN 1 1,578 3 ,973 4 ,821 4 39 709 383 7 52 103 398 ALL CHILDREN .TOTAL 1 1,578 3 ,973 4 ,821 4 39 709 383 7 52 103 398 ... AGE OF CHILD ... Under 1 year 5 75 2 00 2 37 36 14 23 4 3 11 11 ... 1-2 years 1 ,273 3 96 6 06 50 55 38 8 5 19 25 ... 3-5 years 1 ,87...

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