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This second of a two-volume set contains the background papers of a conference held in 2002 at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, in which options and issues regarding expanding insurance coverage for Texans were presented. The papers offer analysis and statistics on a range of topics, including a demographic profile of the uninsured in Texas, health care access for immigrants, the impact of Medicaid on access to health care, and expanding health insurance coverage through the Texas Health Insurance Risk Pool. The book includes 103 tables and figures.
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