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Publication Year: 2013

SHADAC and SHARE's newsletter provides up-to-date information on recent publications and presentations, news from and about the states, and announcements of upcoming events.

Publication Year: 2012

Presentation by SHADAC Faculty Dr. Kathleen Call at a meeting of the National Network of State and Local Health Surveys on October 29, 2012, in San Francisco (held adjunct to the 2012 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting). The presentation discusses the selection of measures for tracking the impact of health reform and the determination of appropriate data sources for these measures.

Publication Year: 2012

The State Health Access Reform Evaluation (SHARE) program awarded nine new grants to fund research addressing health reform issues that states face as they work to improve coverage and access.  This is SHARE's third round of grants since the program began in 2007.  The new grants, which range in length from 12 to 24 months, will offer timely insights into a variety of health reform issues.  The projects will explore topics such as Medicaid expansion for childless adults, value-based insurance design for state employee health plans, approaches to health care coordination/integration, and the production of reliable small area estimates of health insurance coverage and access.  This document provides an overview of the nine grants awarded under the third round of SHARE funding. 

Publication Year: 2011

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 health reform. "Immigrant access to health care" reviews the key provisions of national legislation pertaining to access to care for immigrants.

Publication Year: 2011

In this brief, SHARE grantee Mike O'Grady (NORC, University of Chicago) details the process of linking data sets, gives an overview of data linkage projects that have been undertaken to date, and considers the potential linkages that would be both relevant and useful in a post-reform environment.  Dr. O'Grady points to several key areas where linked data sets could be beneficial going forward, including the design and implementation of the ACA's health benefit exchanges, comprehension of the complex intersection of Medicare and Medicaid, and reform of the Medicare payment system.