Most states are grappling with the issue of a growing uninsured population. Forty-four million Americans lack health coverage at any given time – more than the population in Massachusetts, Texas and Florida combined.
In Hawaii, the number totals more than 120,000 (about 10 percent of the state’s population).
On the Job but Uninsured
Expanding Enrollment of Adults in Government Programs
Strengthening Hawaii’s “Safety Net”
Children Without Coverage
Compact Citizens Who Use Hawaii’s Health Care Services
Prepaid Health Care Act