Illinois Health Matters is your source for nonpartisan, trusted health care reform information in Illinois. Illinois Health Matters exists to make sure that the information and resources essential to a successful Affordable Care Act implementation in Illinois are available to all who need them.
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Where can the main cateories of Illinois' residents without health insurance be found?
Detailed characteris of Illinois' uninsured by age, sex, race/ethnicity, education, employment and other factors.
Although it is the 31st richest county in the nation by per capita income, with several affluent communities, about 13% of its residents were without health insurance.
The eight-county Chicago metropolitan area was home to almost 400,000 uninsured residents, including a number of different languages, nationalities and backgrounds.
A searchable map of federally qualified health centers, free clinics and county/local health departments in Illinois. Data from the UIC School of Public Health and the Illinois Dept. of Public Health.
By January 1, 2015, 50% of Medicaid members must be enrolled in managed care. This map details the expansion of the state's Medicaid Care Coordination projects.