A new report finds, despite improved access to health insurance, a large number of poor Michiganders still fall in and out of coverage.
The University of Michigan’s Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation looked at something called “churning”. Churning is when individuals pass from one health insurer to another, either by changing plans or entering and exiting Medicaid.
Marianne Udow Philips is the center’s director. She says there remains a lot of health insurance instability.