Study: Insured children more likely to get physician visit

08/15/2008 | Forbes

CDC data from 2005 to 2007 shows 91% of children with health insurance were likely to see a physician, compared with 69% of children without coverage. Researchers also found some 10 million U.S. children are chronically ill, and that 41% of uninsured chronically ill children have delayed care or no care, compared with 10% of insured children with chronic needs.

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