Publications

SHADAC disseminates research through several types of documents, including briefs, reports, and journal articles.

In this section you can review our featured and recent publications, or search all publications by key word, topic, document type, or state.
 

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Featured Publications

2015
Reports and Technical Papers

This report examines state-level trends in employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) and the factors that influence ESI. Download the report.

The report is accompanied by state-level summary tables of key ESI characteristics. These can be downloaded as one file for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, or chosen individually by clicking on the map below.

2014
Reports and Technical Papers

At the request of Minnesota’s State-Based Health Insurance Marketplace, MNsure, researchers from the University of Minnesota’s State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) compiled data from a variety of sources to analyze, at an aggregate level, the shifts in health insurance coverage that have taken place in Minnesota since the fall of 2013. Support for this work was provided through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health Reform Assistance Network.

Recent Publications

2015
Newsletters

SHARE Quarterly Update, April - June 2015

2015
Presentations

This video features SHARE grantee Tal Gross, summarizing policy implications from his SHARE-funded analysis of the effect of the Medicaid disenrollments on hospitals' uncompensated care costs.

2015
Webinars

This webinar, co-hosted by SHARE and the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design (V-BID) at the University of Michigan, will feature Drs. Richard Hirth and Mark Fendrick of the V-BID Center, who will presenting findings from a SHARE-funded analysis of Connecticut's Health Enhancement Program for state employees. Dr. Tom Woodruff, Director of Healthcare Policy and Benefit Services at the Office of the Connecticut State Comptroller, will speak about Connecticut's adoption and implementation of HEP from the state's perspective.