Data Analysis on Coverage in Public and Private Health Insurance Markets: Publications

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Blueprint, Summer 2017

Publication Date: 08.01.2017

An introduction to incoming UHF President Tony Shih, tributes to retiring UHF President Jim Tallon, Jim’s look back at the major trends in health care during his tenure, and more.

Rewind: New York State Faces Familiar Issues and New Challenges in the “Repeal and Replace” Era

Publication Date: 06.08.2017
Author: Peter Newell

Key provisions in the American Health Care Act—part of the plan by the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act—would undermine many of New York State’s recent gains in coverage and market stability, and have financial and affordability effects particular to New York, a new UHF report finds.

HealthWatch: The Geography of Federal Medicaid Reform

Publication Date: 03.24.2017
Author: Medicaid Institute

HealthWatch brief from UHF's Medicaid Institute showing the broad distribution of New York State's Medicaid population, and how changes to the federal-state Medicaid program would affect New Yorkers.

HealthWatch: New York—A National Leader in Public Insurance Coverage for Children

Publication Date: 03.13.2017
Author: Medicaid Institute and Children’s Health Initiative

A HealthWatch overview of children’s health coverage in New York’s Medicaid and Child Health Plus programs, with comparison to corresponding national figures.

HealthWatch: New York—High-Quality Health Care for Children in Public Coverage

Publication Date: 03.13.2017
Author: Medicaid Institute and Children’s Health Initiative

A HealthWatch overview of the quality of care children receive through New York’s Medicaid and Child Health Plus programs.

Building a More Effective Health Care System for Every New Yorker

Publication Date: 12.07.2016

This year’s annual report focuses on how UHF’s initiatives are addressing the challenges of a changing health care landscape and having a real impact on the quality, accessibility, affordability, and patient experience of health care.

The Big Picture VI: New York’s Private and Public Insurance Markets

Publication Date: 10.18.2016
Author: Peter Newell, Allan Baumgarten, and Nikhita Thaper

An overview of New York’s insurance markets, analyzing enrollment and financial data across health plans and lines of business to create a comprehensive snapshot of the markets since implementation of the ACA.

New York's Temporary Premium Subsidies: Meeting Immediate Goals and Yielding Useful Lessons

Publication Date: 06.30.2016
Author: Peter Newell and Nikhita Thaper

A snapshot brief on a temporary subsidy program implemented as part of the Affordable Care Act rollout—and lessons to be learned from this creative and effective program.

Affordable Care Act Brings New Life—and Covered Lives—to New York’s Individual Market

Publication Date: 05.26.2016
Author: Peter Newell and Nikhita Thaper

A snapshot report examining the successful steps New York took to improve its individual health insurance market after the rollout of the ACA, and the steps that will be necessary to sustain that improvement. 

The Next Wave: The Impact of Two New Proposed Mergers on New York’s Health Insurance Market

Publication Date: 03.24.2016
Author: Peter Newell and Nikhita Thaper

A Big Picture snapshot report examining two new proposed mergers of large health plans, focusing on the implications for New York markets.

After the Reinsurance Is Gone: A New Challenge for New York's Individual Market

Publication Date: 03.03.2016
Author: Peter Newell and Nikhita Thaper

A Big Picture snapshot report that examines the federal Transitional Reinsurance Program and what might provide premium-stabilizing effects after the program expires in 2016.

Meeting Consumers Where They Are: Patient Engagement in New York’s Evolving Commercial Insurance Market

Publication Date: 05.21.2015
Author: Peter Newell and Nikhita Thaper

With the number of uninsured rapidly dropping under the ACA, the focus is shifting to other goals—improving quality, the patient experience with care, and controlling costs among them. One of the most promising strategies for achieving those goals: patient engagement.This report examines patient engagement in New York’s commercial health insurance market.

Larger Small Groups: Challenges to Bolstering New York’s Small Group Market

Publication Date: 04.21.2015
Author: Peter Newell

Second in a series, this report examines the risk of adverse selection in New York’s small group health insurance market following a  “small group” definition change mandated by the Affordable Care Act.

The Big Picture V: New York's Private and Public Insurance Markets, 2012

Publication Date: 05.07.2014
Author: Peter Newell and Allan Baumgarten

This edition in the Big Picture series provides a snapshot of New York’s public and private insurance markets in 2012, highlighting several shifts occurring in advance of the Affordable Care Act’s full implementation.

Blueprint, Spring 2014

Publication Date: 03.19.2014

A first look at New York State of Health, the new health insurance marketplace; Jim Tallon on the importance of patients' experiences of our dramatically changing health care system; helping patients get the nonmedical services they need through Fund grant-supported Health Leads; patient-centered medical homes; reducing hospital readmissions; the Clinical Quality Fellowship Program; Together on Diabetes; the Hospital Auxilian and Volunteer Achievement Awards; new grants...and more, in the March 2014 Blueprint.

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