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Failure to Protect: Why the Individual Insurance Market Is Not a Viable Option for Most U.S. Families

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Failure to Protect: Why the Individual Insurance Market Is Not a Viable Option for Most U.S. Families.

How Health Care Reform Can Lower the Costs of Insurance Administration

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, How Health Care Reform Can Lower the Costs of Insurance Administration.

Maintaining Health Insurance During a Recession: Likely COBRA Eligibility

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Maintaining Health Insurance During a Recession: Likely COBRA Eligibility.

Medicare Part D: How Do Vulnerable Beneficiaries Fare?

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Medicare Part D: How Do Vulnerable Beneficiaries Fare?

Out of Options: Why So Many Workers in Small Businesses Lack Affordable Health Insurance, and How Health Care Reform Can Help

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Out of Options: Why So Many Workers in Small Businesses Lack Affordable Health Insurance, and How Health Care Reform Can Help.

Overburdened and Overwhelmed: The Struggles of Communities with High Medical Cost Burdens

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Overburdened and Overwhelmed: The Struggles of Communities with High Medical Cost Burdens.

Rite of Passage? Why Young Adults Become Uninsured and How New Policies Can Help, 2008 Update

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Rite of Passage? Why Young Adults Become Uninsured and How New Policies Can Help, 2008 Update.

Rite of Passage? Why Young Adults Become Uninsured and How New Policies Can Help, 2009 Update

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Rite of Passage? Why Young Adults Become Uninsured and How New Policies Can Help, 2009 Update.

The Building Blocks of Health Reform: Achieving Universal Coverage and Health System Savings

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, The Building Blocks of Health Reform: Achieving Universal Coverage and Health System Savings.

The Continuing Cost of Privatization: Extra Payments to Medicare Advantage

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, The Continuing Cost of Privatization: Extra Payments to Medicare Advantage.

The Future of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Whither Employer-Based Health Insurance? The Current and Future Role of U.S. Companies in the Provision and Financing of Health Insurance.

Who Pays for Health Care When Workers Are Uninsured?

For more information, see the Fund issue brief, Who Pays for Health Care When Workers Are Uninsured?

Young, Uninsured, and Seeking Change: Health Coverage of Young Adults and Their Views on Health Reform

For more information, please see Young, Uninsured, and Seeking Change: Health Coverage of Young Adults and Their Views on Health Reform--Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Survey of Young Adults, 2009.

Health Reform: Improving Coverage and Health System Performance

Selections from Karen Davis's presentation to the Board of Directors at AARP's Annual Public Policy Meeting in February 2007.

Looking Back, Moving Forward: Access to Health Care

Selections from Karen Davis's presentation at the 2007 Grantmakers in Health annual meeting on Health Philanthropy in February 2007.