This slideshow examines how price and insurance coverage impacts other people’s get admission to to care, together with selections to forgo or extend wanted care and get admission to to a same old supply of care. According to knowledge from the 2022 Nationwide Well being Interview Survey, greater than 1 in 4 adults (28%) reported delaying or now not getting healthcare because of price.
The research additionally notes that uninsured adults, adults in worse well being (reported as truthful or deficient well being standing), and Hispanic adults are a lot more most probably than others to extend or forego healthcare because of price. The slideshow additionally explores permutations according to source of revenue, race, and ethnicity.
The slideshow is to be had in the course of the Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker, an internet knowledge hub devoted to tracking and assessing the efficiency of the U.S. well being machine.