A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys (Text Version)

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A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys

A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys

Sherry Glied, Ph.D.
Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation

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Current Portfolio

Current Portfolio

  • HHS currently supports 9 major surveys.
  • Portfolio includes household, provider, and establishment-based surveys:
    • Several household surveys are integrated.
    • Certain surveys are linked to Medicare claims data.
    • Some surveys provide state-level data.

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Surveys and Health Reform

Surveys and Health Reform

  • Baseline
  • Transform health care financing system:
    • Immutable characteristics—survey
    • Behavioral parameters—survey
  • Simulation models:
    • CBO—SIPP + MEPS
    • Others—MEPS only; CPS+MEPS; CPS+NHIS

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What was Missing?

What was Missing?

  • Health reform models retain ESI:
    • Nested units—employer decision making:
      • Employer + employee
  • Simulated firms methodologies:
    • MEPS—IC component
    • BLS data on compensation

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ACA: Opportunities & Challenges

ACA: Opportunities & Challenges

  • Coverage reform:
    • Layered system—Medicaid expansions, Exchanges, Large Employers, Medicare
  • Provider initiatives:
    • Medicare ACOs, bundled payments
    • Private sector response

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New Data Availability

New Data Availability

  • Claims data
  • Electronic health records data:
    • HMO Networks
  • Coverage information via personal responsibility requirements

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Monitoring Health Reform I

Monitoring Health Reform I

  • Context of ACA: Unit of analysis:
    • Person—SES attributes
    • Family/Household—Coverage varies
    • Employer/Family/Person—decision process
    • Providers—characteristics

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Monitoring Health Reform II

Monitoring Health Reform II

  • Transitions:
    • Coverage:
      • Newly insured
      • Within system
    • Utilization patterns
  • Transitions by providers

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An Illustration

An Illustration

Health Insurance Premium Increases—Plan vs. Person

Image: Line graph displays the followiing data:

YearMillimanMEPS2889
200216.1%10.4%3189
200310.1%9.2%3481
200410.1%6.4%3705
20059.1%7.7%3991
20069.6%3.2%4118
20078.4%6.5%4386
20087.6%6.5%4669

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Monitoring Health Reform III

Monitoring Health Reform III

  • Policy relevant unit:
    • State level exchanges
    • Sub-state level health plans
    • Local provider organizations

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Monitoring Health Reform

Monitoring Health Reform

  • Population-based Household Surveys
  • Health Care Providers Surveys
  • Data on health plans
  • Employer/Employee Surveys

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Monitoring Health Reform

Monitoring Health Reform

  • Federal-State Efforts
  • Race and Ethnicity Data
  • Key subpopulations:
    • Transitions into Medicaid/exchanges
    • Personal responsibility requirements

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Contact

Sherry Glied, Ph.D.
Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Sherry.Glied@hhs.gov
202-690-7858
www.aspe.hhs.gov

Current as of December 2010
Internet Citation: A 21st Century Data Strategy for Health and Health Care Surveys (Text Version). December 2010. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2010/glied/index.html