The Tennesseans least likely to have health insurance in 2019 were men, Hispanics, younger adults, the unemployed, and people with less education & income.
Trends in Coverage, Choice, and Costs Since 2010
For better or worse, robust access to the U.S. health care system is largely predicated on having health insurance.
Gov. Lee unveiled a range of priorities with his second budget, most notably in the areas of teacher pay, literacy, mental health, and criminal justice.
Latest Data Show Mixed Progress & Persistent Rural-Urban Differences
Census data for Tennessee's 95 counties continue to show large differences in household income, poverty, education level, and health insurance coverage.
Analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data on Tennessee's economy, with a regional look at 14 population centers across the state.
Data on the hospital, primary care, and substance abuse/mental health care resources available in each of Tennessee's 95 counties.
95 Counties Show Large Rural-Urban Differences
Census data show large differences in household income, poverty, education, and health insurance status between Tennessee’s rural and urban counties.
No matter who wins the election, these 5 challenges could keep Tennessee’s next governor and General Assembly busy throughout 2019 and beyond.
Our 3 takeaways from 2017 data on the uninsured in Tennessee and for the Chattanooga, Memphis, Knoxville, Kingsport-Bristol, and Nashville-Murfreesboro metro areas.
Expect premiums for many popular plans to fall in all 95 counties next year and competition to increase in the 4 largest metro areas.