A little more than 9% of Americans were uninsured during the first nine months of 2018, according to survey data released Wednesday by the National Center for Health Statistics. A total of 29.7 million people of all ages (9.2%) were uninsured at the time of being interviewed, not significantly different from 2017, but 18.9 million fewer persons than in 2010. Among adults age 18-64, 13.0% were uninsured at time of interview; 19.7% had public coverage; and 69.0% had private health insurance coverage. (Numbers add up to more than 100% because some patients had both public and private coverage and were included in both categories.)
ARTICLE based on NCHS REPORT
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