- Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Uninsured in America: Straight Facts on Health Reform (April 1994).
Original Source: Lewin/VHI.
- Winterbottom, C.; Liska D.; and Obermaier, K. State-Level Databook on Health Care Access and Financing
(The Urban Institute, January 1995).
- American Academy of Pediatrics, Division of Health Policy Research. Medicaid State Reports - FY 1994
- For purposes of illustration, the 1996 federal poverty level for annual income is: $7,740 for an individual,
$10,360 for a couple, $12,980 for a family of three and $15,600 for a family of four.
- Bourget Research Group. "Connecticut Small Employer Health Reinsurance Pool: 1991 Small Business Health
Insurance Attitude and Usage Survey" (January, 1991).
- Morrisey, Michael A.; Jensen, Gail A.; and Morlock, Robert J. "Small Employers and the Health Insurance
Market" Health Affairs (Winter 1994).
- Long, Stephen H. And Marquis, M. Susan. "Gaps in Employer Coverage: Lack of Supply or Demand?"
Health Affairs (Supplement 1993).
- Levit, Katherine R.; Lazenby, Helen C.; and Sivarajan, Lekha. "Health Care Spending in 1994: Slowest in
Decades," Health Affairs (Summer 1996).
- Aaron, Henry J. "Thinking Straight About Medical Costs" Health Affairs (Winter 1994).
- Levit, Katherine R.; et. al. "State Health Expenditure Accounts: Building Blocks for State Health
Spending Analysis" Health Care Financing Review (Fall 1995).
- Arnold, Judith and Jessica Miller (Lewin-ICF). "Pursuing Health Care Reform in Connecticut:
Final Report to the Connecticut Health Care Access Commission" (July, 1992).
- Lewin, Marion Ein. Building Blocks for Change: How Health Care Reform Affects Our Future, edited by
Jack A. Meyer and Sharon Silow-Carroll (The Economic and Social Research Institute, 1993).
- Carey, Kevin M. "OHCA Issue Brief: Uncompensated Care in Connecticut" (Office of Health Care Access,
March 9, 1995).
- Office of Health Care Access. "OHCA Issue Brief No. 5: Hospital Financing and the Uncompensated Care
Program" (May 19, 1995).
- Mann, Joyce et. al. "Uncompensated Care: Hospitals' Responses to Fiscal Pressures" Health Affairs (Spring,
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