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Publication Year: 2012

This presentation of SHARE-funded research was given by Joel Cantor, ScD, Director of the Rutgers University Center for State Health Policy at the 2012 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting in Orlando, FL, on June 25, 2012.  The analysis looks at the impact of the Affordable Care Act's young adult dependent coverage expansion on coverage among eligible young adults and, in particular, on those young adults targeted by prior state-level young adult dependent coverage laws.  The authors find a rapid and substantial increase in dependent coverage overall and the possibility of a greater ACA impact on young adults targeted by prior state-level young adult expansions.

Publication Year: 2012

Kathleen Call presented "Barriers to Care among Publicly Insured Adults," at the Health Equity Conference , Eliminating Health Disparities Conference, hosted by the University of Minnesota's Center for Health Equity, Program in Health Disparities Research, and Minnesota Center for Cancer Collaborations, April 24, 2012 in St. Paul, MN. 

Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by Lynn Blewett, "Planning for Expansion Populations - Demographic Data Sources," at the National Governors Association's Planning for Expansion Populations Meeting on April 19, 2012, Minneapolis, MN.

Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by Lynn Blewett, "Using Population Data to Understand the Impact of the ACA," to the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP), April 11, 2012, Washington DC.

Publication Year: 2012

The Iowa Department of Revenue (IDR) and the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) collaborated in 2008 in order to collect necessary information via tax forms to decide which Iowa children are uninsured yet meet the requirements to qualify for Iowa’s CHIP or Medicaid. Iowa used tax forms to determine which children had family incomes that met the Medicaid and CHIP requirements but were not enrolled in these programs. After identifying eligible kids who are not yet enrolled, DHS sends pamphlets and applications to the identified families. The families then become aware of the programs and their children’s eligibility.