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Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by Joanna Turner, "Results from the Survey of Health Insurance and Program Participation" at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) on July 31, 2012 in San Diego, CA.

Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by SHADAC Research Assistant Peter Graven at the Minnesota Health Services Research Conference, held March 6, 2012 in St. Paul, MN.

This presentation and associated paper describe a model developed by SHADAC researchers to predict lack of insurance coverage for Minnesota counties using multiple data sources. While the results are exploratory in nature, the methodology allows for additional applications using the Bayesian framework developed.

Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by SHADAC Investigator Kathleen Call at the Minnesota Health Services Research Conference, held March 6, 2012 in St. Paul, MN. 

This presentation describes the response rate experiment conducted as part of the 2011 Minnesota Health Access Survey.  The experiment involved the use of financial incentives among landline and cell phone frames of this randome digit dial study.

Publication Year: 2012

Dean Judson of Decision Analytics and Sharon Long of SHADAC presented "Imputing the Legal Status of the Foreign Born Persons on Surveys: Two Approaches" at the 2012 Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Research Conference, January 10, 2012 in Washington DC.

Publication Year: 2011

The Census Bureau’s Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) program produces model-based estimates of health insurance coverage for all counties and states. Estimates for calendar years 2008 and 2009 were released in October 2011.  Currently, the SAHIE program is the only source of health insurance coverage estimates for all counties in the United States. This brief highlights what is new for this release, provides an overview of how the SAHIE estimates are developed, and compares the SAHIE model-based methodology to the American Community Survey.