Kaiser Family Foundation

The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) is a non-profit organization that focuses on national health issues. It also evaluates the role that the U.S. plays in global health policy. Various programs are developed by KFF including journalism and communication, as well as research and policy analysis programs. KFF seeks to fill in a gap by providing information that can be trusted as a non-partisan source of facts.

The information and facts that are presented by KFF strive to be unbiased so that both the general public and policymakers can use these resources for information. The findings from the KFF are available free of charge, even when the studies are incredibly sophisticated and in-depth. KFF works hand in hand with its news service, KHN. The goal of this is to ensure that young people have access to information that can elevate their health as well as understand health reform law.

The key specialty areas of KFF include the following: –

  • The Affordable Care Act
  • Health Costs
  • Private Insurance
  • The Uninsured
  • Health policy
  • Health Reform and more

When reviewing the facts available at KFF, State Health Facts offers more than 800 health indicators for all of the 50 states. Their Global Health Facts offer more than 100 indicators for various conditions on a country to country basis.

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