A new study of the state of health care in Illinois reveals that while the number of Illini residents with insurance is declining, the gap between the wealthy and poor is widening.

The study, conducted by the University of Chicago Health System and the University at Buffalo Medical Center, found that while there was a clear overall increase in the number and severity of Illinis experiencing health care discrimination, the proportion of the poor who are covered by insurance is actually increasing.

In the 2014-15 academic year, the number one source of income for Illini families with children was $5,600.

For Illini adults, the top source of compensation was $15,000.

Among families with incomes below $15000, the share of income coming from a paycheck was slightly less than half that for those with incomes over $30,000 a year.

But the gap in health care income for the poor is narrowing significantly over time, the researchers say.

“Illini residents are not just getting poorer, but increasingly disadvantaged,” said Dr. Mark S. Stauffer, a professor of medicine and epidemiology at the University and the lead author of the study.

It’s not just the gap that is widening; it’s also that the disparity in the health care system is widening, said Dr