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Publication Year: 2012

This report analyzes recent trends in health insurance coverage for children at the state level between 2008 and 2010. The percentage of children with public coverage through Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) increased substantially, while rates of private coverage and uninsurance declined. However, we find substantial variation across states.

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: 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

This issue brief provides state-level estimates of health insurance coverage by age and income from the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS).  The maps and tables included in this brief provide state-level estimates for the nonelderly population (age 0 to 64), children (age 0 to 18), and nonelderly adults (age 19 to 64). Within each age group, we also present separate estimates for the low-income population (people with family incomes at or below 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines).

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.