To track and report on changes in the U.S. health care system and how they affect Americans' health.
- $61,950.00 awarded to National Center for Health Statistics, Department of Health and Human Services - Research on trends in employment-based health insurance and the effects of state reform policies
- $72,834.00 awarded to University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health - Planning work for examining the organization and behavior of physician group practices
- $390,825.00 awarded to Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. - Design for longitudinal data collection - Health Tracking
- $1,355,925.00 awarded to Rand Corporation - Tracking employment-based health insurance and evaluating public policy to maximize private coverage
- $1,567,409.00 awarded to Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. - Enhancements to the communications and management activities of the Center