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One unintended consequence of the nation’s health care safety net — which includes public hospitals, community health centers, local clinics, and some primary care physicians — is that it is crowding out, or replacing, other insurance options for unmarried childless adults, according to new data from a research associate professor at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.

Safety net services could replace private insurance