Reform by the Numbers

Reform by the Numbers is a source for timely and unique data about the impact of health reform.

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Breakaway Policy Strategies | Plan Benefit Design

Health Insurance Exchange (HIX) Compare compiles information on benefits and costs of health plans offered through the marketplaces in all 50 states and DC. It includes data on premiums, network composition, deductibles, and more.

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University of Pennsylvania | Exchange Characteristics

Health Insurance Exchanges (HIX) 2.0 tracks each state's key ACA implementation decisions and examines variation in exchanges—starting with governance as well as consumer assistance, benefit design, and more.

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Urban Institute | Consumer Survey Results

The Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS) provides timely information on ACA implementation and changes in health insurance coverage, access to care, and affordability.

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New Jersey Hospital Association | Hospital Utilization

The Hospital ACA Monitoring Project (HAMP) provides quarterly hospital utilization data from 24 state hospital associations on all inpatient admissions and emergency departement (ED) visits by payer.

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athenahealth | ACA's Impact on Providers

ACAView assesses the impact of the ACA on provider access, patient financial obligation, health status of new patients, physician revenue cycle, and provider reimbursement.

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NAIC | Enrollment and Carrier Data

National Association of Insurance Commissioners data from health, life, fraternal, and property/casualty carriers include information on number of policies, federal and state taxes, health premiums earned, and more.

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Watch Katherine Hempstead as she discusses the significance of the data available on Reform by the Numbers from the Association of Health Care Journalists member event.

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Number of Uninsured Drop in New Jersey

An analysis by HRMS-NJ looks at how the insured nonelderly adult population of New Jersey has changed since the start of open enrollment in 2013.

September 19, 2014

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Has the ACA Increased Part-Time Work?

A report finds that the Affordable Care Act did not lead to an increase in the number of Americans moving from full-time to part-time work like many had predicted.

September 3, 2014

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How Is the ACA Affecting Parents and Children?

Two reports from the Urban Institute look at the changes in health coverage of uninsured parents and children since the start of the ACA’s open enrollment period.

September 9, 2014

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Additional resources on ACa implementation and the impact of health reform

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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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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