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Presentation by Julie Sonier & Kathleen Thiede Call at the Minnesota Health Care Access Commission, February 1 2008.

Presentation by Julie Sonier & Kathleen Thiede Call at the Minnesota Health Care Access Commission, February 1 2008.

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  • Mr. Chair and members of the committee, thank you for inviting us to present the results of the 2007 Minnesota Health Access Survey today. My name is Julie Sonier, and I direct the Health Economics Program at the Minnesota Department of Health. With me is Dr. Kathleen Call, who is an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and the leader of this project at the University.

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  • 1. 2007 Minnesota Health Access Survey: Preliminary Results Presentation to the Health Care Access Commission February 1, 2008 Julie Sonier, Minnesota Department of Health Kathleen Call, Ph.D., University of Minnesota School of Public Health
  • 2. Background
    • Survey conducted in partnership between Minnesota Department of Health and University of Minnesota School of Public Health
      • Previous surveys in 2001 and 2004
    • Over 9,700 households were included in the 2007 survey
    • Survey conducted between July and December 2007
    • Statistical weights used to ensure that survey results are representative of the population
      • For comparability with 2007 results, the weights for 2001 and 2004 survey results were re-calculated
  • 3. Uninsurance Rate Trends in Minnesota, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 4. Estimated Number of Uninsured in Minnesota, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007; total population estimates from U.S. Bureau of the Census
  • 5. Measures of Uninsurance in Minnesota, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 6. Sources of Insurance Coverage in Minnesota, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 7. Access to Employer Coverage, 2001 to 2007 (Non-elderly population)
    • Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007
    • Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
    • **Among people with a connection to an employer offering coverage.
    • ***Among people eligible to enroll in employer coverage
  • 8. Potential Access to Coverage for the Uninsured, 2001 to 2007
    • Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007
    • Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 9. Employment Characteristics of Minnesota’s Uninsured Population, 2001 to 2007 For uninsured children, refers to parent * Indicates statistically different at 95% level from previous year shown. Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 2001 2004 2007 Employed 71.0% 70.2% Of Those Who Are Employed: Temporary/Seasonal Job 20.8% 22.7% Number of Hours Worked Per Week
      • 0 to 10 hours
    1.4% 1.0%
      • 11 to 20 hours
    7.9% 9.0%
      • 21 to 30 hours
    14.8% 16.2%
      • 31 to 40 hours
    47.8% 44.9%
      • More than 40 hours
    28.1% 28.8% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
  • 10. Employment Characteristics of Minnesota’s Uninsured Population, 2001 to 2007: Size of Employer For uninsured children, refers to parent * Indicates statistically different at 95% level from 2001. ^ Indicates statistically significant difference between uninsured and total population at 95% level within year. Source: 2001 and 2004 Minnesota Health Access Surveys 2001 2004 2007 Size of Employer Self employed 13.8% 9.6% Fewer than 10 employees 27.8% 26.7% 11 to 50 employees 16.8% 19.4% 51 to 100 employees 9.5% 15.2% 101 to 500 employees 14.0% 11.7% More than 500 employees 18.1% 17.5% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
  • 11. Uninsurance Rates by Income, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level). ^ Indicates statistically significant difference from statewide average (95% confidence level). # Indicates statistically significant difference between 2001 and 2007 (95% confidence level). ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * #
  • 12. Uninsurance Rates by Age, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level). ^ Indicates statistically significant difference from statewide average (95% confidence level). # Indicates statistically significant difference between 2001 and 2007 (95% confidence level). ^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^ *
  • 13. Uninsurance Rates by Race and Ethnicity, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level). ^ Indicates statistically significant difference from statewide average (95% confidence level). * * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ *
  • 14. Uninsurance Rates by Country of Birth, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 15. Uninsurance Rates by Region, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 16. Uninsurance Rates by Region, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates a statistically significant difference from previous year at the 95% level ^ Indicates a statistically significant difference from total population within year at the 95% level
  • 17. Income Distribution of Minnesota’s Uninsured Population, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 * Indicates statistically significant difference from previous year shown (95% confidence level).
  • 18. Age Distribution of Minnesota’s Uninsured Population, 2001 to 2007 Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007
  • 19. Distribution of Minnesota’s Uninsured Population by Race/Ethnicity, 2001 to 2007 Columns add to more than 100% since individuals were allowed to choose more than one race/ethnicity. * Indicates statistically different at 95% level from previous year shown. Source: Minnesota Health Access Surveys, 2001 to 2007 2001 2004 2007 White 73.8% 72.1%* 78.2% Black 11.1% 8.0% 10.2% American Indian 5.1% 5.5% 3.4% Asian 4.2% 5.0% 3.4% Other 1.3% 0.2%* 0.1% Hispanic/Latino 11.6% 13.0% 10.1%
  • 20. Summary
    • From 2004 to 2007, the uninsurance rate was stable in Minnesota after increasing from 2001 to 2004
    • The share of the population with employer based health insurance stabilized
    • There continue to be large differences in insurance status by income, age, and race/ethnicity
  • 21. Contact Information Julie Sonier Director, Health Economics Program Minnesota Department of Health (651) 201-3561 j [email_address] www.health.state.mn.us/healtheconomics Kathleen Call Associate Professor University of Minnesota School of Public Health/SHADAC (612) 624-3922 [email_address] www.shadac.org