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Register Now: February 6th Webinar - Exploring Disparities Using SHADAC's State Health Compare

Join us on Wednesday, February 6th at 1:00 PM Central for a webinar introducing two new measures of health outcomes and social determinants of health on SHADAC’s State Health Compare—Unhealthy Days and Unaffordable Rents. This presentation, hosted by SHADAC researchers Brett Fried and Robert Hest, will examine these new measures and highlight how the estimates can be used to explore disparities between states and among sub-populations.

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Housing Affordability Matters: Measuring and Addressing the Burden of Unaffordable Rents (Infographics)

A new analysis by SHADAC examines housing affordability, looking specifically at the percent of rental households that spend more than 30% of their monthly income on rent. This measure is now available on SHADAC’s State Health Compare for all states from 2012 through 2017, and can be broken down by household income, Medicaid enrollment, race/ethnicity, and disability status.

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Housing Affordability Matters: Measuring and Addressing the Burden of Unaffordable Rents (Infographics)

A new analysis by SHADAC examines housing affordability, looking specifically at the percent of rental households that spend more than 30% of their monthly income on rent. This measure is now available on SHADAC’s State Health Compare for all states from 2012 through 2017, and can be broken down by household income, Medicaid enrollment, race/ethnicity, and disability status.

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State and County Coverage Estimates, 2013-2017 ACS

Click on a state to see state and county health insurance coverage estimates for the pooled years 2012-2016. Counties are searchable by bookmark in each state file.

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Health Insurance Coverage: Uninsurance by Metro Areas in 2017 (Interactive)

Data from the 2017 American Community Survey (ACS) show that many of the remaining uninsured are clustered in metropolitan areas—identified as metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) by the U.S. Census Bureau—because these areas are, by definition, more densely populated. This interactive visualization illustrates geographic concentrations of the remaining uninsured by MSA.

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Health Insurance Coverage: Uninsurance by Metro Areas in 2017 (Interactive)

Data from the 2017 American Community Survey (ACS) show that many of the remaining uninsured are clustered in metropolitan areas—identified as metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) by the U.S. Census Bureau—because these areas are, by definition, more densely populated. This interactive visualization illustrates geographic concentrations of the remaining uninsured by MSA.

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Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance at the State Level, 2013-2017: Chartbook and State Fact Sheets

A analysis from SHADAC uses data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) to highlight the experiences of private sector workers with employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) from 2013 through 2017 at the national level and within the states.

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