The number of working-age U.S. adults without health insurance fell from 37 million (20%) in 2010 to 29 million (16%) by the second half of 2014, according to the Commonwealth Fund’s latest Biennial Health Insurance Survey. Conducted from July to December 2014, the survey found declines in the number of people who report cost-related access problems and medical-related financial difficulties for the first time since the survey began in 2001. The number of adults who did not get needed health care because of cost declined from 80 million (43%) in 2012 to 66 million (36%) in 2014. The number of adults who reported problems paying their medical bills declined from an estimated 75 million in 2012 to 64 million in 2014.