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Publication Year: 2012

On this webinar Dr. Lara Shore-Sheppard, Professor of Economics at Williams College, discusses the income dynamics among health reform expansion populations moving into, out of, and between coverage eligibility categories defined by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

Publication Year: 2012
Join SHADAC for a webinar to discuss the 2011 state health insurance coverage estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS) and Current Population Survey (CPS)
Publication Year: 2012

This webinar, held on April 10, 2012, describes recent updates to SHADAC's Data Center and the implementation of the health insurance unit (HIU). The archive, presentation slides, and related material are on this page.

Publication Year: 2012

In this webinar sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health Reform Assistance Network program, Dr. Jean Abraham, Assistant Professor of the Division of Health Policy & Management at the University of Minnesota, will review five major microsimulation models discussing their key components, similarities and differences, and highlighting questions states should consider when contracting for or using modeling outputs.

Publication Year: 2011

In this webinar, experts from CMS, RAND, and SHADAC discuss the Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAP) claiming and Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) income conversion methodologies that states will need to implement under the Affordable Care Act.  These methodologies will be needed to determine who is newly eligible for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act and who would have been eligible before the Affordable Care Act took effect, had they applied for coverage (i.e., the “previously-eligible”), and to enable states to convert their current financial eligibility standards for Medicaid to the new MAGI-based standards.