In 2014, non-Hispanic black (11.4%) adults aged 18–64 were the most likely to have had two or more emergency department (ED) visits in the past 12 months compared with non-Hispanic whites (6.1%) and Hispanics (5.6%). This was true for all insurance coverage types except for Medicaid, where there was no difference between non-Hispanic whites (20.3%) and non-Hispanic blacks (22.5%). For each racial and ethnic group, adults with Medicaid coverage had the highest percentage of two or more ED visits in the past 12 months compared with those with private insurance and the uninsured.
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