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State Profiles

Find analyses of healthcare at the state level that go beyond standard indicators of health insurance coverage.
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SHADAC's State Profiles provide a comprehensive overview of health insurance coverage, access to care, care affordability, and service utilization in the states.

SHADAC researchers identified a set of 12 indicators that measure these four domains and assembled state-level estimates for these indicators from the SHADAC Data Center.

To see the data for a specific state, click on the state above.

  • State-level Trends in Employer-Sponsored Insurance—A state-by-state analysis

    This report examines:

    • State-level trends in employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) and the factors that influence ESI
    • State-level changes in ESI overall and along several dimensions; (e.g., job type, firm size, and coverage costs)

    The report includes state-level summary tables of key ESI characteristics.

    Two-page state profiles are available for each state along with the comprehensive 50-state report.

  • State and County Insurance Coverage Estimates—American Community Survey (ACS)

     

    • Estimates of insurance coverage for all states and the District of Columbia from the American Community Survey (ACS)
    • 50-state comparison maps and tables
    • Private, public and overall coverage for all ages, plus coverage overall for children

    Two-page state profiles are available for

    • Each state and the District of Columbia, plus county-level information for all counties with populations of 65,000 or greater
    • Profiles consider coverage overall and coverage by:
      • Age
      • Race/ethnicity
      • Citizenship status
      • Education
      • Work experience
      • Household income
      • Poverty level

     

  • State and County ACS Coverage Estimates

     

    • Tables containing state and county health insurance coverage estimates
    • Estimates from the five-year American Community Survey (ACS) via the U.S. Census Bureau’s American FactFinder (AFF) tool
    • Five years of data pooled to produce reliable period estimates for areas and subgroups with smaller populations
  • State and County ACS Coverage Estimates, 2009-2013

     

    • Recent trends in children’s health insurance coverage at the state level
    • Coverage overall and by
      • Income
      • Race and ethnicity

    Two-page state profiles are available for each state along with the comprehensive 50-state report.