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Committee has considered health insurance primarily as it facilitates the receipt of health care by individuals, the health consequences for individuals are at the center of the circle. Immediately “ringing” the circle of uninsured individuals are their family members, a greater number of persons than the uninsured themselves who are at risk for adverse health, psychosocial, and economic impacts related to the uninsured status of a family member. One ring further out from families represents the communities in which uninsured persons and their families reside. Communities with higher-than-average uninsured rates comprise a larger population than that of the families that have at least one uninsured member. Residents of these communities may experience reduced access to health services even when they are insured themselves. Finally, ringing the communities is American society overall, where all members who pay taxes, purchase goods and services, and benefit from the presence of an educated and
ML, 73% OF THE TOTAL POPULATION LIVES IN URBAN AREAS AND % IN RURAL AREAS.