Study: Insurance matters when it comes to kids’ healthcare
Washington Post, August 15, 2008
Insured children in the United States are much more likely than uninsured children to visit a doctor's office and to have a regular annual check-up, according to data released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The findings highlight the importance of government insurance programs such as Medicaid and SCHIP, according to the study's authors.
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