State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC)—helps states to monitor rates of health insurance coverage, understand factors associated with access to care, and utilize data to implement health reform.
SHADAC provides technical assistance to federal agencies that conduct health insurance surveys, and states that conduct their own surveys and/or use data from national surveys.
The goal is to help bridge the gap between health insurance data and the policy-making process. SHADAC produces timely and targeted health policy research with a focus on deriving lessons from state variations in policy and outcomes in the national context.
- Online Resources
- Annual Data Reports
- Federal Survey Data
- State Survey Data
- Using Recent Revisions to Federal Surveys for Measuring the Effects of the Affordable Care Act
- Issues with the Survey-based Measure for Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Children
- Monitoring the Impacts of Health Reform at the State Level: Using Federal Survey Data
- Comparing Federal Surveys that Count the Uninsured
- Analyzing the ACA Using New NHIS Questions
State Survey Data
- Did the Massachusetts Individual Mandate Mitigate Adverse Selection?
- State Estimates of Limited English Proficiency (LEP) by Health Insurance Status
- State Reform Survey Item Matrix (SRSIM)
- State Survey Research Activity
State Health Access Data Assistance Center
These reports were developed to help states monitor and understand trends in rates of health insurance coverage and access to care.Learn more
- > Back to Reform by the Numbers September 19, 2014