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Spent > 10% of income, or > 5% of income if low-income*. Spent > 10% of income. Figure ES-1. Nearly One of Six Families Spent 10% or More of Income (or 5% or More if Low-Income) on Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs, 2001–02. Percent of families with high out-of-pocket medical costs

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Spent >10% of income,

or >5% of income if low-income*

Spent >10% of income

Figure ES-1. Nearly One of Six FamiliesSpent 10% or More of Income (or 5% or More if Low-Income)on Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs, 2001–02

Percent of families with high out-of-pocket medical costs

relative to income, not including premiums

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 1996–97 and 2001–02.

figure es 2 including premiums one of four families had high costs relative to income 2001 02

Spent 5% to <10% of incomeif low-income*

Figure ES-2. Including Premiums, One of Four FamiliesHad High Costs Relative to Income, 2001–02

Percent of families with high out-of-pocket medical costs

and premiums relative to income

Spent >10% of income

23

17

15

10

All families

All family members

under age 65

OOP = out-of-pocket.

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

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Spent >10% of income,

or >5% of income if low-income*

Spent >10% of income

Figure 1. Nearly One of Six FamiliesSpent 10% or More of Income (or 5% or More if Low-Income)on Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs, 2001–02

Percent of families with high out-of-pocket medical costs

relative to income, not including premiums

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 1996–97 and 2001–02.

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Spent 5% to <10% of income if low-income*

Spent >10% of income

Figure 2. One of Ten Nonelderly Families and One-Third ofElderly Families Had High Out-of-Pocket Health Care Costs Relative to Income, 2001–02

Percent of families

34

15

10

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

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Spent >10% of income

Spent 5% to <10% of income if low-income*

Figure 3. One-Fifth or More Nonelderly Families with Health Problems Spent a High Portion of Income on Health Care

Percent of nonelderly families

34

22

21

10

6

ADLs = activities of daily living; IADLs = instrumental activities of daily living.

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

figure 4 low income families at high risk for burdensome out of pocket costs

Spent 5% to <10% of income if low-income*

Spent >10% of income

Figure 4. Low-Income Families at High Riskfor Burdensome Out-of-Pocket Costs

Percent of nonelderly families

38

23

10

_

Family income as percentage of poverty

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

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Figure 5. Out-of-Pocket Exposure Increased over Past Five Years for Insured and Uninsured Families, 1996–97 vs. 2001–02

Percent of nonelderly families who spent >10% of income,

or >5% of income if low-income*

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 1996–97 and 2001–02.

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Figure 6. Over the Course of Two Years, One of Seven Individuals in Nonelderly Families Faced High Spending

Percent of individuals in a nonelderly family who spent

>10% of income, or >5% of income if low-income*

(Either or both years)

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

figure 7 including premiums one of four families had high costs relative to income 2001 02

Spent 5% to <10% of incomeif low-income*

Spent >10% of income

Figure 7. Including Premiums, One of Four FamiliesHad High Costs Relative to Income, 2001–02

Percent of families with high out-of-pocket medical costs

and premiums relative to income

23

17

15

10

All families

All family members

under age 65

OOP = out-of-pocket.

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

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OOP only

OOP plus premiums

Figure 8. Total Out-of-Pocket Costs and Premium Costs forNonelderly Families with Private Health Insurance, 2001–02

Percent of nonelderly families with private health insurance who spent >10% of income, or >5% of income if low-income*

_

OOP = out-of-pocket.

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.

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OOP spending only

OOP spending plus premiums

Figure 9. Two of Five Families with Private Nonemployer Coverage Face High Costs When Premiums Are Included

Percent of nonelderly families with nonemployer coverage

_

_

_

Amount spent on bills and premiums

OOP = out-of-pocket.

* Low-income includes families with incomes <200% of the federal poverty level.

Source: Authors’ analysis of data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2001–02.