Lower-Income People with Employer Coverage are More Likely to Report Negative Outcomes Due to Insurance Problems Than Their Higher-Income Peers

Lower-income adults with employer coverage are more likely than their higher-income peers to report negative outcomes due to problems using their insurance, a new KFF analysis shows. Drawing on data from the

Lower Income Adults with Employer Sponsored Insurance Face Unique Challenges with Coverage Compared to Higher Income Adults

This analysis examines the experiences of lower income adults with their employer sponsored insurance and finds they were more likely to self-report problems with affordability, enrollment, and network adequacy, and

KFF Examines Key Considerations for the Implementation of Insurance Coverage for Over-the-Counter Contraceptives

With federal regulators seeking public input on the potential benefits, costs, and implementation considerations of requiring private health insurance plans to cover over-the-counter preventive products without a prescription, a new