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HEALTH REFORM MONITORING SURVEY hrms.urban.org
3 Trends in Uninsurance for Adults
4 Percentage-Point Increase in Insurance Coverage for Adults Family income Age Race and ethnicityGender
5 Percentage-Point Increase in Insurance Coverage for Adults by State Decision to Expand Medicaid
6 Distribution of Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 by State Medicaid Expansion Status September 2013June 2014 States expanding Medicaid States not expanding Medicaid
7 Awareness of Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 of Key ACA Coverage Provisions, by Insurance Status
8 Reasons Uninsured Adults Ages 18–64 Give for Why They Do Not Have Insurance Coverage
9 Use of Marketplaces among Adults Who Were Uninsured for Some or All of the Prior 12 Months
10 Sources Used to Obtain Health Plan Information or Enrollment Assistance Enrolling among Adults Who Were Uninsured for Some or All of the Prior 12 Months
THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT September 17 th, 2013 Heather Howard Director, State Health Reform Assistance Network Lucinda Jesson Commissioner, Minnesota Department.
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE OF WORKING-AGE ADULTS. One-Third of Working-Age Adults Were Currently Uninsured or Had a Recent Gap* 164 million adults age.
The Uninsured in Virginia: An Update Genevieve M. Kenney The Urban
Exhibit 1. The Impact of Health Reform: Percent of Women Ages 19–64 Uninsured by State Source: Urban Institute and Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the.
1 RIte Care’s Culture of Continuous Improvement Based on Research & Data Analysis Presentation to Academy Health- State Health Research and Policy Interest.
Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Communities of Color Presentation for the Health Disparities Council Kate Nordahl Assistant Commissioner.
The Uninsured: Policy and Data Issues Michael J. O’Grady, Ph.D. Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation US Department of Health and Human Services.
Opportunity Knocks: Opening the Door for Coverage 2013 Annual Conference July 30 – August 1, 2013.
2013 Key Findings November A CHAS Primer.
Marketplace models and premiums: Evidence from the first open enrollment period Kelly Krinn, University of Minnesota Pinar Karaca-Mandic, University of.
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities cbpp.org Medicaid Expansion and State Budgets Progressive States Network Medicaid Expansion Webinar July 17, 2011.
The Impacts of Massachusetts Health Reform on Coverage and Health Care Access and Affordability for Women Shanna Shulman, Ph.D. Blue Cross Blue Shield.
1 Monitoring Pediatric Emergency Room Use with the National Health Interview Survey Renee M. Gindi Division of Health Interview Statistics, NCHS National.
AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY ESTIMATES OF UNINSURED AMERICAN INDIANS AND ALASKA NATIVES Bemidji Area of the Indian Health Service.
Health Care Coverage and Access for Men, JAMA, June 23, 2015.
Health Coverage for Children: Where do we stand? Joan Alker/Sabrina Corlette Georgetown Health Policy Institute February 4, 2014.
Exhibit 1. Continuously insured adults with private coverage or Medicaid rated the quality of their health care as excellent or very good at higher rates.
Shana Alex Lavarreda, PhD, MPP Sacramento, CA 2/10/2010 The Uninsured and National Health Care Reform.
REVIEW OF NEW DATA FROM THE AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY ON RATES OF INSURANCE AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION FOR ALASKA NATIVES AND AMERICAN INDIANS 33.
Exhibit 1. Fifteen Million Young Adults Ages 19–25 Enrolled in or Stayed on Their Parents’ Health Plan in Past 12 Months Distribution of 15 million adults.
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