Principal Investigator(s): Greenwald, Howard P.
Summary: To learn why Latinos often lack health insurance in California, this survey interviewed a sample of employed Hispanics in that state. Respondents were interviewed about their health status, health insurance coverage, access to health care, and health care utilization. For insured respondents, the survey measured satisfaction with one's current health plan and collected information on the plan type, length of coverage with the plan, and the plan's co-pays and deductibles. Uninsured resp... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR03572.v1
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