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The Census Bureau collects data about different types of health insurance coverage and broadly classifies the types into either private health insurance or public coverage.
Private health insurance is a plan provided through an employer or union; a plan purchased by an individual from an insurance company; or TRICARE or other military health coverage.
Public coverage includes the federal programs Medicare, Medicaid and other medical assistance programs, VA Health Care; the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP); and individual state health plans.
* The ACS questionnaire does not specifically ask about these types of coverage, but respondents who indicate these types of coverage are counted as having public coverage.
** People whose only health coverage is Indian Health Service are uninsured as IHS is not considered comprehensive coverage.