About 17% of working-age adults lacked a usual place for medical care when surveyed in 2014, ranging from 3% in Vermont to 27% in Nevada, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adults in states that have expanded Medicaid eligibility were more likely to report having a usual place of care, but were not more likely to report visiting a general doctor in the past year compared with those in other states. The share of adults who did not have a general doctor visit in the past 12 months ranged from 16% in Vermont to 48% in Montana. The findings are from the 2014 National Health Interview Survey.