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  • 1. Using State Surveys to Evaluate Health CareReformKathleen Thiede CallState Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC)University of MinnesotaMinnesota Health Services Research ConferenceMarch 5, 2013Minneapolis, MN Funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • 2. Acknowledgements• RWJF• Members of workgroup• Karen Soderberg• Jessie Kemmick Pintor• Pearl Akpoelohor Ometan 2
  • 3. Overview• Overview of state survey activity• Description of State Survey Reform Workgroup• Value and challenges of state surveys 3
  • 4. State-Specific Household Survey Activityhttp://www.shadac.org/content/state-survey-research-activity 4
  • 5. State Survey Reform Workgroup• Formed Fall 2010 to provide guidance on priority data needs for monitoring progress on health reform efforts• 44 members across 18 states and 1 territory: – Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, U.S. Virgin Islands, Washington, and Wisconsin• Priority survey March 2011 5
  • 6. Workgroup Activities• Conference call, December 2010 – Coverage • Navigability/Experiences with health insurance – Affordability – Access • Provider supply • Emergency department use • Usual source of care/medical home• Survey of priorities, March 2011• Compilation of survey items began Fall 2012 6
  • 7. State Reform Survey Domains (in order of priority within domain)Access to Coverage Emergency Department Use• Navigability • Use of ED for non-emergency care• Difficulty purchasing insurance • Number of ED visits in past 12• Problems experienced with coverage months• Difficulty enrolling in public program • Reason for ED careAffordability of Care Usual Source of Care• Out-of-pocket costs • Usual source of care and type• Forgone care due to costs • Multi-dimensional medical home• Problems paying medical bills series• Financial problems caused by health • Care coordination care costs • Reason no usual source of care Provider Supply Barriers • Problems finding a providerMembers of 13 states participated 7
  • 8. Work in Progress: Compiling Survey Items• NHIS plus 20+ states with regular survey activity• Overarching comments: – Some consistency in domains of interest; less uniformity in the specific questions used to measure a given domain – States seldom have resources to test new items; borrow from other sources which may provide benchmark• Target release: April 2013 8
  • 9. Structure of State Reform Survey Database • Excel format • Sort, search and filter functions Exact Data Metric/ Domain Desired Metric Comments Sources* Survey Question• Access Item description• Affordability For example access domain• ED use includes:• ESI access • usual source of care NHIS + Survey item +• Insurance coverage/ • delayed care/unmet need State specific response Item universe navigability • barriers to care surveys options• Medical home/ • ability to get appointment Coordination of • confidence in getting needed Care care• Utilization 9
  • 10. Concluding Comments• State-specific surveys provide data in all three priority areas: coverage, affordability, access• State-specific survey advantage – Wide range of policy relevant questions – Flexibility to alter survey content – Quick turnaround availability• State-specific survey have and will continue to play a role in monitoring health reform 10
  • 11. Key Contact Kathleen Call callx001@umn.edu 612.624.4802Sign up to receive our newsletter and updates at www.shadac.org @shadac

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