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  • A copy of the reporting form has been sent…Context: delays, changes and lessons learned
  • SHAP Enrollment opened: If SHAP supported an existing program, please report the date that SHAP sponsored enrollment started.Current Enrollment: total enrollment minus disenrollment (lower than total new enrollment)Low Enrollment: We are interested in whether this is due to slow program start up versus low take upDisenrollment: If you don’t collect this information – feel free to write “not know”
  • Like last time we are collecting information on coverage and non-coverage initiatives. We would like to collect information
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    • 1. Benchmark Reporting – Round Two
      Elizabeth Lukanen, MPH
      State Health Access Data Assistance Center
      University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
      SHAP Grantee Meeting
      Washington, D.C.
      January 13, 2011
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      SHAP Benchmark Reporting
      Comparable enrollment data and information about lessons learned
      Used to demonstrate success of SHAP and provide lessons for implementation of Affordable Care Act (ACA)
      Collected bi-annually in concurrence with HRSA reporting
      Round 1 successfully collected in July, 2010 – Thank you!
      Round 2 will focus on very similar information and will be collected in February, 2011
    • 3. Significant Changes from Previous Benchmark Collection
      New enrollment AND Current/Point-in-time enrollment
      Total ever enrolled through 2/28/2011
      Current enrollment on 2/28/2011
      Information about disenrollment
      SHAP program position relative to state’s ACA implementation
      Grantees will have more lead time and more time to report
      Timing should allow you to use this information in your HRSA reporting
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    • 4.
    • 5. Coverage Initiative Information
    • 6. Other Initiative Information
    • 7. Additional Benchmark Information
    • 8. Benchmark Timeline
      End of January
      Confirm SHAP initiatives with SHADAC
      Early February
      SHADAC sends new Benchmark form to Evaluation contact
      Enrollment reported through 2/28/2011
      Mid-March
      Benchmark form due to SHADAC
    • 9. SHAP Data and Evaluation Technical Assistance
      Help grantees identify data sources for benchmarks
      Consult on outcome indicators, data sources, data availability, and evaluation methods
      Assist with small area estimation
      Advise on survey development
      Support development of Return on Investment (ROI) methods
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    • 10. 10
      Contact Information
      Minnesota SHAP Project Team:
      Lynn Blewett, Ph.D.
      Kelli Johnson, MBA
      Elizabeth Lukanen, MPH
      * Primary contact – elukanen@umn.edu, 612-626-1537
      Website: www.shadac.org/shap
      State Health Access Data Assistance Center
      University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
      www.shadac.org
      ©2002-2009 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Employer