This report summarizes the proceedings of a workshop convened in June 2010 to critically examine the various databases that could provide national and state-level estimates of low-income uninsured children and could be effectively used as criteria for monitoring children's health insurance coverage.
Table of Contents
|Part I: Workshop Summary||1-2|
|2 The Changing Policy Context||7-13|
|3 Federal Surveys||14-31|
|4 Administrative Databases||32-37|
|5 State Data Collections||38-46|
|6 Modeling Strategies for Improving Estimates||47-55|
|7 Looking Ahead||56-59|
|Part II: Background Papers||63-64|
|8 Monitoring Children's Health Insurance Coverage Under CHIPRA Using Federal Surveys--Genevieve Kenney and Victoria Lynch||65-82|
|9 Health Insurance Coverage in the American Community Survey: A Comparison to Two Other Federal Surveys--Joanna Turner and Michel Boudreaux||83-108|
|10 Income and Poverty Measurement in Surveys of Health Insurance Coverage--John L. Czajka||109-140|
|11 Using Uninsured Data to Track State CHIP Programs--John McInerney||141-153|
|12 The Massachusetts Experience: Using Survey Data to Evaluate State Health Care Reform--Sharon K. Long||154-164|
|13 Small-Domain Estimation of Health Insurance Coverage--Brett O'Hara and Mark Bauder||165-182|
|Appendix A: Workshop Agenda and Participants||183-187|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Steering Committee Members||188-190|
|Committee on National Statistics||191-192|
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