CPC Fellow Perreira contributes to a report related to increasing health care enrollment for N.C.'s immigrants

Sep 15, 2014

The UNC College of Arts & Sciences issued a news release on The Carolina Population Center study, "Implementing Health Care Reform in North Carolina: Reaching and Enrolling Immigrants and Refugees." CPC Fellow Krista Perreira co-authored this report.

Read an excerpt from the UNC College of Arts & Sciences news release:

"Most people felt they could afford a premium between $50 and $70, so it was a wonderful coincidence when we looked online at health insurance premium rates and found that the average, with subsidies, was $69," said co-author Krista Perreira, a professor of public policy and associate dean for undergraduate research in UNC's College of Arts and Sciences and a Carolina Population Center fellow. "That's right in that sweet spot of affordability."

The report, "Implementing Health Care Reform in North Carolina: Reaching and Enrolling Immigrants and Refugees," can be found online.

The Carolina Population Center study, �"Implementing Health Care Reform in North Carolina: Reaching and Enrolling Immigrants and Refugees - See more at: http://college.unc.edu/2014/09/12/healthreform/#sthash.ajznPfQt.dpuf
The Carolina Population Center study, �"Implementing Health Care Reform in North Carolina: Reaching and Enrolling Immigrants and Refugees - See more at: http://college.unc.edu/2014/09/12/healthreform/#sthash.ajznPfQt.dpuf

 

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