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Journal Articles: How Much Health Insurance is Enough? Revisiting the Concept of Underinsurance

Dec. 01, 2006: Blewett, L.A., A. Ward, and T.J. Beebe. "How Much Health Insurance is Enough? Revisiting the Concept of Underinsurance." Medical Care Research and Review 63(6): 663-700. Read More

CPS ASEC Supplement Survey Years 2001-2005, Sample Sizes by State

Oct. 09, 2006: This document contains the CPS ASEC supplement for survey years 2001-2005, with sample sizes by state. January 2006.Read More

Journal Articles: Unstable Inferences? An Examination of Complex Survey Sample Design Adjustments Using the Current Population Survey for Health Services Research

Oct. 01, 2006: Davern, M., A. Jones Jr., J. Lepkowski, G. Davidson, and L.A. Blewett. "Unstable Inferences? An Examination of Complex Survey Sample Design Adjustments Using the Current Population Survey for Health Services Research." Inquiry 43(3): 283:297. Read More

Reports and Briefs: Comparing Federal Government Surveys that Count Uninsured People in America, Aug 2006

Aug. 10, 2006: This brief compares estimates from four national surveys conducted by the federal government used to estimate the size of the uninsured population, identifies the differences between them, and points out two common threads – all the surveys report very large numbers of Americans living without...Read More

Journal Articles: Can We Trust Population Surveys to Count Medicaid Enrollees and the Uninsured?

Aug. 01, 2006: Kincheloe, J., E.R. Brown, J. Frates, K.T. Call, W. Yen, and J. Watkins. 2006. "Can We Trust Population Surveys to Count Medicaid Enrollees and the Uninsured?" Health Affairs 25(4): 1163-1167. Read More

Journal Articles: Meeting the Need for State Level Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage: What Has Been Done and How it Can Be Improved

Jun. 01, 2006: Blewett, L.A. and M. Davern. "Meeting the Need for State Level Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage: What Has Been Done and How it Can Be Improved." Health Services Research 41(3): 946-75. Read More

Journal Articles: Barriers to Care Among American Indians in Public Health Care Programs

Jun. 01, 2006: Call, K.T., D. McAlpine, P.J. Johnson, T.J. Beebe, J.A. McRae, and Y. Song. "Barriers to Care Among American Indians in Public Health Care Programs." Medical Care 44(6): 595- 600. Read More

MN Health Access Survey - Fact sheet

Feb. 28, 2006: This fact sheet provides a summary of final estimates of health insurance coverage gathered from the 2001 and 2004 Minnesota Health Access Surveys. February 2006.Read More

Journal Articles: The Effect of Income Question Design in Health Surveys on Family Income, Poverty and Eligibility Estimates

Oct. 01, 2005: Davern, M., H. Rodin, T.J. Beebe, and K.T. Call. "The Effect of Income Question Design in Health Surveys on Family Income, Poverty and Eligibility Estimates." Health Services Research 40(5):1534-1552. Read More

Reports and Briefs: Using a Premium Assistance Program to Improve Access

Sep. 27, 2005: SHADAC's State Data Series brief discusses the advantages and challenges of premium assistance programs, highlighting experiences of other states and describing Oklahoma’s premium assistance plan for low-income workers and their spouses. September 2005.Read More

Journal Articles: Health Care Coverage and Access to Care: The Status of Minnesota’s Veterans

Aug. 01, 2005: Jonk, Y.C., K.T. Call, A.H. Cutting, H. O’Connor, V. Bansiya, K. Harrison. "Health Care Coverage and Access to Care: The Status of Minnesota’s Veterans." Medical Care 43(8):769-774. Read More

Review of Experimental Estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) Program

Jul. 10, 2005: This report contains SHADAC's review of the U.S. Census Bureau's Small Area Health Insurance Estimate’s (SAHIE) experimental estimates of health insurance coverage, and the Census Bureau's response to this review. July 2005. Download a PDF of the report. Read More

Summary: Long Term Financing Options and Retirement Income Security of Minnesota's Elderly.

Jul. 09, 2005: The issue brief examines whether selected financing options can be used to reduce the number of Minnesotans who will not have sufficient resources for general retirement expenses and long-term care. July 2005. Read More

Reports and Briefs: Summary: Retirement Security for Minnesota’s Elderly Population

Jul. 09, 2005: This issue brief focuses on whether Minnesotans will have enough money for their retirement and long-term care needs and estimates how many Minnesotans are at risk of having insufficient resources during their retirement years. March 2005.Read More

Reports and Briefs: Long Term Financing Options and Retirement Income Security of Minnesota's Elderly

Jul. 09, 2005: This brief considers the potential impact of long-term care financing options on decreasing the risk of needing support through the state Medicaid program in Minnesota. July 2005.Read More

Journal Articles: Employment and Health Insurance Coverage for Rural Latino Populations

Jun. 01, 2005: Blewett, L.A., M. Davern, and H. Rodin. "Employment and Health Insurance Coverage for Rural Latino Populations." Journal of Community Health. Vol. 30 (1):181-195. Read More

Reports and Briefs: Estimates of Oklahoma County-Level Health Insurance Coverage Rates

May. 27, 2005: SHADAC's State Data Series brief profiling county-level estimates of insurance coverage based on the 2004 Oklahoma Health Care Insurance and Access Survey. May 2005.Read More

Estimates of Alabama County Level Health Insurance Coverage Rates: Results from Alabama's 2002 Household Survey.

May. 15, 2005: SHADAC's State Data Series brief profiling the uninsured in Alabama, based on results from the 2003 Alabama Health Care Insurance and Access Survey. May 2005. Read More

Reports and Briefs: Reclassifying Health Insurance Coverage for the Indian Health Service in the CPS

Apr. 09, 2005: SHADAC's Issue Brief #11 examines the impact of the change in classification of IHS coverage in the CPS on rates of uninsurance at the national level and in states with large American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations to draw attention to the relative change in uninsurance rates. April...Read More

Journal Articles: Increasing Response Rates in a Survey of Medicaid Enrollees: The Effect of a Prepaid Monetary Incentive and Mixed Modes (Mail and Telephone)

Apr. 01, 2005: Beebe, T.J., M. Davern, D. McAlpine, and K.T. Call, and T. Rockwood. "Increasing Response Rates in a Survey of Medicaid Enrollees: The Effect of a Prepaid Monetary Incentive and Mixed Modes (Mail and Telephone)." Medical Care 43(4): 411-414. Read More

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