December 1, 1998 - This survey profiles beneficiaries' experiences getting health care and examines their exposure to financial burdens. The survey's findings underscore the diversity of the Medicare population and point to the challenge of improving protections for the relatively large share of beneficiaries with low incomes and/or health problems.
February 1, 1998 - This survey assessed insurance rates among residents of New York City, assembled a demographic profile of the uninsured and looked at how these residents are cared for.
September 20, 1997 - This survey looked at a number of health care issues affecting adolescent girls, focusing on the links between behavior and health.
May 1, 1999 - This survey assessed whether access to care is more equitably distributed among income groups in countries that provide universal, publicly funded health coverage.
July 1, 1998 - This survey looked at the perceived value and impact of adult mentoring of young adults.
May 5, 1998 - This survey looked at adults' experiences with preventive care, relationships with physicians, and caregiving, assessing differences between men and women.
May 1, 2000 - This study assessed how well health care systems in five English-speaking nations care for the elderly, focusing on access and quality of care and these systems' ability to care for the elderly in the future.
July 1, 2000 - This survey highlights the vulnerability of millions of midlife Americans to losing their job-based coverage in the face of heightened risk for chronic disease, disability, or loss of employment.
January 1, 2000 - This survey looked at how Americans feel about the traditional employer-based health insurance system compared with other options for health coverage.
May 1, 2001 - This survey asked physicians in five English-speaking nations a series of questions about quality of care, including their thoughts on physician supply, use of information technology, medical errors, and patients' ability to pay.
March 1, 2002 - This survey assessed racial and ethnic differences in patient experiences with the health care system, focusing on such quality measures as patient-physician communication and access to care.
December 1, 2001 - This survey assessed the degree to which working-age adults had been uninsured for at least some period of time during the past year and how their insurance status was related to such issues as accessing health care or paying medical bills.
May 1, 2002 - This survey assessed how satisfied citizens of five English-speaking countries were with their health care systems, and the relationship between income and such issues as access to care.
May 1, 2003 - This survey asked patients in five English-speaking nations about quality of care, focusing on medical errors, patient-physician communication and coordination of care.
August 8, 2002 - This survey was designed to assess a number of issues related to employer-sponsored coverage, including trends in premiums, deductibles, level of benefits, and overall health costs.