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. ... See also Chicago Metro area
According to HFS data, about 370,000 people had signed up for adult Medicaid under the ACA as of June 30, 2014. There were previously about 600,000 uninsured working age people in this group in Illinois.
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.