Evaluating Wisconsin’s BadgerCare Plus Reform Package: Effects On Enrollment, Efficiency, and Churning (2008)
Principal Investigator: Thomas Oliver, PhD, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute
This study will evaluate the program simplification initiatives that were part of BadgerCare Plus and how they affect enrollment, including overall coverage rates and target efficiency, churning, and program sustainability. The study will use the Wisconsin Family Health Survey, ACCESS usage reports, the County Income Maintenance workload model and interviews with enrolled members, providers, advocacy groups, employers, and program administrators.
The Target Efficiency of Online Medicaid/CHIP Enrollment: An Evaluation of Wisconsin's ACCESS Internet Portal
(February 2011, Issue Brief)
Wisconsin's BadgerCare Plus Coverage Expansion and Simplification: Early Data on Program Impact
(October 2009, Issue Brief)