This new study compares two ways to measure the country’s public health: a new prevalence rate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and a measure of the number of people who are uninsured. The new CDC prevalence rate was released Friday. It also includes new information: A higher proportion of people were uninsured than were previously thought: 30 percent of the population was without health insurance last year, up from a previous estimate of 26 percent.
A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, funded in part by the National Institute of Health, states that 30% of the population the United States is uninsured. The number of uninsured has risen steadily to the current level and is higher than previously thought. With the introduction of the health care reform law last year, the number of uninsured is expected to rise from 26 percent to 30 percent by 2014.
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