The Urban Institute produces a series of reports analyzing trends across 10 diverse case study states.
The Urban Institute is undertaking a comprehensive monitoring and tracking project to analyze trends across 10 diverse states, providing insight into key health reform implementation issues that states nationwide are facing. The case study states analyzed in these reports are Alabama, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and Virginia.
About the Urban Institute
The nonpartisan Urban Institute gathers and analyzes data, conducts policy research, publishes studies and reports, and educates Americans on critical issues and trends to promote sound social policy and public debate on national priorities.
- 1. Early Market Reforms
- 2. Plan Participation in Health Insurance Exchanges: Implications for Competition and Choice
- 3. Rate Review: Monitoring State Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in 10 States
- 4. State Progress in Implementing Health Insurance Exchanges: Results from 10 State Analyses
- 5. Progress in Implementing Selected Medicaid Provisions of the Affordable Care Act: A 10-State Analysis
- 6. Will There Be Enough Providers to Meet the Need? Provider Capacity and the ACA
Latest reports in this series
Analyzing Different Enrollment Outcomes in Select States That Used the Federally Facilitated Marketplace in 2014November 12, 2014
Researchers analyze why two pairs of states in the federally facilitated marketplace (FFM) had very different enrollment rates in 2014, comparing North Carolina with South Carolina, and Wisconsin with Ohio.
Research from the Urban Institute provides the most comprehensive look to date at insurance marketplace premium costs for 2015 versus 2014, with premium rates in multiple regions that have finalized marketplace premiums for 2015.
A report by the Urban Institute finds that nearly all health insurance through marketplaces in six cities include highly ranked hospitals in their provider networks.
ACA Implementation - Monitoring and Tracking Series
Reports about the Affordable Care ActLearn more about the series