Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS)

A quarterly household survey tracking a variety of health and health care factors

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HRMS provides information on implementation issues under the Affordable Care Act and changes in health insurance coverage and related health outcomes.

 

Reports:

HRMS reports assess a variety of health and health care factors including health insurance coverage, health care access and affordability, and health status, among others—all of which will provide valuable insight into the implementation of the ACA.

In many instances, the questions utilized in the HRMS are based on those used in federal government surveys. In addition to a core set of questions that are asked each quarter, each round of the HRMS, starting with the second quarter of 2013, includes supplemental questions on particular ACA policy issues.

 

 

About The Urban Institute

HRMS is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Ford Foundation. The Urban Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy research and educational organization that examines the social, economic and governance problems facing the nation. For more information, please visit www.urban.org. More information specific to the Urban Institute’s Health Policy Center, its staff, and its recent research can be found at www.healthpolicycenter.org.

 

Additional Resources

Quick Strike Series

Urban Institute Quick Strikes are a series of timely briefs that examine a variety of health insurance coverage issues in the United States.

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SHADAC State Health Access Data Assistance Center

SHADAC helps states to monitor rates of health insurance coverage and provides technical assistance.

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Monitoring & Tracking Series

The Urban Institute monitors, tracks and analyzes trends across diverse states on key health reform implementation issues.

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