SHADAC researchers identified a set of 12 indicators that measure these four domains and assembled state-level estimates for these indicators.
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An examination of trends in employer-sponsored insurance (ESI), this report presents data pulled from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey - Insurance Component (MEPS-IC) to explore trends in eligibility, enrollment, premium costs, co-pays, deductibles, and more. A chartbook and interactive data map highlight state-level trends in employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) and the factors that influence ESI, as well as state-level changes in ESI overall and along several dimensions (e.g., job type, firm size, and coverage costs). The report also includes 50-state comparison tables of key ESI characteristics as well as two-page profiles for each state and the District of Columbia.
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These tables provide estimates of uninsured rates for each state and the District of Columbia, plus county-level information for all counties with population of 65,000 or greater, from the 2017 American Community Survey (ACS). A comparison with 2016 ACS data at the state and national level is also provided. Profiles consider coverage overall and by multiple characteristics including age, race/ethnicity, citizenship status, education, work experience, household income, and poverty level.
These tables provide estimates of uninsured rates for each state, the District of Columbia, and all counties using the five-year American Community Survey (ACS), for which five years of data are pooled to produce reliable period estimates for areas and subgroups with smaller populations. Coverage is shown overall and by age, race/ethnicity, citizenship, education, work experience, household income, and poverty level.
An examination of trends in children's health insurance coverage, this report presents data from the 2016 American Community Survey (ACS) to explore trends in insurance coverage for children. A chartbook, interactive data map, and two-page state profiles are available along with 50-state comparison tables. The report shows children's coverage overall and by age, race/ethnicity, citizenship, education, work experience, household hincome, and poverty level.