Other pages about the topic: Forecasting & Research
Information about the workforce and facilities that deliver health care in Washington.
Publications, tools, and data that describe the insurance status of Washingtonians, primary sources of insurance, the affordability of health insurance, and common options being considered locally and nationally for increasing access to insurance by individuals and their families.
Ongoing research into the use and distribution of medical services, as well as key public-private initiatives targeting health care improvement in Washington.
Data available for understanding key access, cost, and quality components of health care in Washington State. Some data sources allow comparison to other states. Primary data sources currently include local and national surveys and data gathering on population characteristics, employers, health services, health expenditures, and health status.
Links to common national health policy and research organizations, and state and federal agencies whose missions revolve around health policy.
Summaries of data from Washington State Employer Health Insurance database, including estimated coverage measurers and expenditures for employers and their employees.
Presented below is a series of graphs displaying trends for 2007-14 in each county in Washington and the state in measures associated with Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries. The graphs are divided into 3 sections:
Okanogan County had the highest percentage of single parent families with 43.1%.
Wahiakum County had the lowest share of single parent families, with 17.1%.
Families in Poverty
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Families With Children Under Age 18 in Poverty
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Individuals in Poverty