Einstein once defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Hopefully Families USA will get the hint. The advocacy group is out with yet another study in its “Dying for Coverage” series claiming the link between uninsurance and mortality. The report asserts that over 26,000 working-age Americans die prematurely each year because they lack health insurance. Families USA derives its flimsy results, based on the years 2005 to 2010, from extrapolations of the inaccurate numbers presented in a 2002 Institute of Medicine study. The NCPA has previously addressed the flaws of the IOM study, a 2008 Families USA report, and the assertion that uninsurance causes death here, here, here, and here.