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Insurance Coverage Under Obamacare May Not Be Universal For Some Time: Who Are The Millions To Stay Uninsured?
Medical Daily

The World Health Organization defines universal health coverage as ensuring “that all people obtain the health services they need without suffering financial hardship when paying for them.” The Affordable Care Act will certainly decrease the number of uninsured, which is currently calculated as 57 million by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Yet, estimates find that many will remain uninsured — 43 million people next year, a number that is expected to drop to 31 million by 2023, according to CBO calculations.