This report, prepared by the Urban Institute, provides detailed estimates of the impact of health care reform on uninsured New Yorkers. Specifically, the report details those estimated to gain public or private coverage, including through the Exchange, and those estimated to remain uninsured, by a number of demographic characteristics. These include age, income, race/ethnicity, health status, language, gender, and education. When possible, these data are provided at a county level; otherwise at a regional level. We are re-releasing this report with a New York City table added, in addition to the county specific tables that were also in the earlier version of the report.
This information provides an important picture of the New Yorkers expected to gain coverage under reform, which will allow a range of entities to target efforts to best meet their needs.
March 1, 2013 - updated May 30, 2013
|Uninsured New Yorkers Substate Regions Report, May 2013.pdf||1.4 MB|