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State Health Access Reform Evaluation: Building the Evidence for Reform

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Presentation by Elizabeth Lukanen at the 2009 State Coverage Initiatives (SCI) Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, NM, July 31 2009.

Presentation by Elizabeth Lukanen at the 2009 State Coverage Initiatives (SCI) Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, NM, July 31 2009.

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  • 1. State Health Access Reform Evaluation:Building the Evidence for Reform
    Elizabeth Lukanen
    SHADAC/SHARE
    University of Minnesota
    State Coverage Initiatives Annual Meeting
    Albuquerque, NM
    Friday, July 31, 2009
  • 2. 2
    State Health Access Reform Evaluation (SHARE)
    National Program Office of the RWJF
    Co-located with the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC)
    Provide technical assistance to states on program evaluation and assessment
    Goals
    Fund and coordinate evaluations of state health reform
    Fill gaps on research to identify what works and why
    Organize and disseminate findings in a manner that is meaningful to state and national policy-makers
  • 3. Why is State Research Important?
    States are laboratories for reform
    • Most health policy occurs at the state level
    • 4. States have limited capacity to do their own research
    3
  • 5. 4
    If States Are Policy Laboratories:Where Are the Lab Reports?
    Evaluation of state health reform has largely consisted of specific case studies
    Difficult to compare the lessons of reform across states or across different mechanisms
    Need a uniform reform evaluation framework to identify what works and why
  • 6. Evaluations Provide Value to the Policy Process
    Justify program budget/financing
    Satisfy legislative requirements
    Identify successful initiatives
    Change course if program not meeting benchmarks
    Inform state and national debate on health reform
    What works at the state level?
    5
  • 7. States Being Studied(23 states in total)
    6
  • 8. Reform Topics Being Studied
    SCHIP Reform (2)
    • Young Adult Coverage
    • 9. Section 125
    • 10. Small Group, Individual Markets
    Comprehensive
    Reform (3)
    • Massachusetts
    • 11. Vermont
    Medicaid Reform (6)
    Insurance Market
    Initiatives (5)
    • Expansion
    • 12. Administrative Efficiency
    • 13. General Reform
    • 14. Administrative Efficiency
  • RESULTSrefer to Handout
    8
  • 15. 9
    State Involvement is Critical
    Must be more than a nominal partnership
    State should be involved at every stage from research design to reviewing results
    Involvement is facilitated by personal contacts
    Healthy tension between maintaining objectivity and building necessary relationships
  • 16. Results Timeline
    SHARE grants awarded in spring 2008
    Early results released 2009/2010
    National Academy of State Policy (Fall ‘09)
    Association of Public Policy and Planning (Evidenced Based Policy Making in the Post-Bush/Clinton Era - Fall ‘09)
    Series of Issue Briefs as results become available
    Topical webinar starting in fall ‘09
    Special Issue: Journal of Health Services Research (web articles available in 2010)
    10
  • 17. 11
    SHADAC & SHARE as a Resource
    Bridging the gap between research and policy
    SHADAC and SHARE provide:
    Technical assistance on using data for state health policy research
    Resources and information on state survey methods
    Facilitation of health policy research
    Support for the evaluation of state health reform
    Synthesis of state health reform initiatives
    Technical assistance to inform health policy research
  • 18. 12
    Contact information
    www.shadac.org
    University of Minnesota
    School of Public Health
    Division of Health Policy and Management
    2221 University Avenue, Suite 345
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
    (612) 624-4802
    Principal Investigator: Lynn A. Blewett, Ph.D. (blewe001@umn.edu)
    SHARE Deputy Director: Elizabeth Lukanen, M.P.H (elukanen@umn.edu)
    ©2002-2009 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Employer