SHADAC Expertise

State and Federal Survey Resources

Federal Survey Resources

SHADAC offers technical assistance for states that want to apply findings from the federal surveys of health insurance coverage to monitor their uninsured populations. These surveys include:

Examples of this technical assistance include issue briefs, technical briefs, conference calls, and one-on-one assistance to inquiries. 

SHADAC also has conducted extensive research on the discrepancies between survey estimates of enrollment in Medicaid and the number of enrollees reported in administrative data.

Visit SHADAC's Medicaid Undercount Project page for more information.

Inquiries are welcome to shadac@umn.edu or 612-624-4802.

Recommended Resource
Comparing Federal Government Surveys that Count the Uninsured: 2018 (Annual RWJF Brief)


State Survey Resources and Technical Assistance

SHADAC maintains and produces a variety of resources to help analysts conduct research and understand the results. This technical assistance agenda aims to:

  • Facilitate the sharing of information and expertise among states and provide opportunities for state analysts to interact with federal survey research and design experts.
  • Help policy-makers understand the unique characteristics of the uninsured and conceptualize state programs and interventions that will increase access to care.
  • Provide assistance to states using any of SHADAC’s survey tools (the State Reform Survey Item Matrix (SRSIM); the Marketplace Enrollee Survey Item Matrix (MESIM); and the Coordinated State Coverage Survey (CSCS).
  • Provide data collection technical assistance to states seeking information on their uninsured populations

State Reform Survey Item Matrix (SRSIM)

Marketplace Enrollee Survey Item Matrix (MESIM)

State Survey Research Activity (SSRA)

Coordinated State Coverage Survey (CSCS)

Data Collection Technical Assistance (DCTA)

State Marketplace Surveys (SMS)

State Reform Survey Workgroup (SRSW)