News | September 11, 2006

A news alert from ModernHealthcare.com reports that the percent of Americans without health insurance hit 15.9 percent, or roughly 46.6 million people, in 2005.
This was up from 15.6 percent of the population in 2004, or about 45.3 million people, according to the Census Bureau.
For more information, visit www.modernhealthcare.


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