Figure 4. Emergency department visits in the U.S. for injury involving a firearm, 2009. Stacked bar chart; insurance coverage; Unintentional; 18%, Medicaid; 27%, private insurance; 39%, Uninsured; 16%, All other. Self-inflicted; 11%, Medicaid; 35%, private insurance; 31%, Uninsured; 23%, All other. Assault; 25%, Medicaid; 17%, private insurance; 44%, Uninsured; 14%, All other. Other/undetermined; 18%, Medicaid; 16%, private insurance; 51%, Uninsured; 16%, All other. Source: AHRQ, Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Nationwide Emergency Department Sample, 2009.

Figure 4Emergency department visits in the U.S. for injury involving a firearm, 2009

Source: AHRQ, Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, Nationwide Emergency Department Sample, 2009

From: Hospital Visits in the U.S. for Firearm-Related Injuries, 2009

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