ryan barker http://kbia.org en Report: LGBT Missourians tend to be less healthy, have less access to care http://kbia.org/post/report-lgbt-missourians-tend-be-less-healthy-have-less-access-care <p>A new study finds Missouri’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community has poorer health outcomes and less access to healthcare than the general population.</p><p> Tue, 28 Aug 2012 20:41:36 +0000 Jacob McCleland 20186 at http://kbia.org Report: LGBT Missourians tend to be less healthy, have less access to care Report: new federal health care law could cover two thirds of Mo. uninsured http://kbia.org/post/report-new-federal-health-care-law-could-cover-two-thirds-mo-uninsured A <a href="http://covermissouri.org/docs/CoverageByMOCounty2009.pdf ">new report</a> by the Missouri Foundation for Health estimates that about two-thirds of Missouri&#39;s more than 800,000 uninsured could get health insurance under the federal health care law &nbsp;- and the county-level data suggest that rural counties will benefit the most.<p>The analysis uses census data to project how the number of uninsured could change in every county in Missouri under the Affordable Care Act.<p>The Missouri Foundation for Health&#39;s Ryan Barker says most of Missouri&#39;s newly-insured will be from Mon, 09 Jul 2012 23:36:52 +0000 Véronique LaCapra 17266 at http://kbia.org Report: new federal health care law could cover two thirds of Mo. uninsured