The Integrated Health Interview Series (IHIS) is a public data repository that harmonizes four decades of the National Health Interview Surv
The Massachusetts health reform initiative enacted into law in 2006 continued to fare well in 2010, with uninsurance rates remaining quite low and employer-sponsored insurance still strong.
SHADAC Research Assistant Jessie Kemmick-Pintor and Lynn Blewett published an article in the October 2011 issue of Minnesota Physician as part of the journal’s special focus section on hea
Objectives. We sought to determine whether aggregate national data for American Indians/Alaska Natives (AIANs) mask geographic variation and substantial subnational
Objectives The aim of this study was to examine the impact of the use of an inter-professional care team on patient length of stay and payer charges in a geria
We use data from the National Health Interview Survey (2000-2006) to examine the social determinants of health insurance coverage and access to care for immigrant children by 10 global regions o
We examined whether 3 nationally representative data sources produce consistent estimates of disparities and rates of uninsurance among the American Indian/Alaska Native
Background: Disparities in healthcare coverage and access have a prominent place on the national health policy agenda.
Objective. To compare health insurance coverage estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS) to the Current Population Survey (CPS-ASEC).
Use SHADAC's online table generator to get tables and charts of health insurance estimates by state.
SHADAC offers assistance on issues relating to measurement of health insurance coverage.
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