Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: May 04, 2020     Views: 187

  • See the Health Reform pages by Kaiser. 
  • See (includes data by state by insurance company on the national exchange). 
  • For states offering their own exchanges, one has to consult each individual exchange.  Some offer at least summary statistics.  Look for sections often called data, statistics, or research.  A few examples are:
  • See ObamaCare Facts for links to various studies.
  • Health Reform Monitoring Survey (1st quarter, 2013+) (HRMS)
    Urban Institute quarterly survey of the nonelderly population, to explore the value of cutting-edge, Internet-based survey methods to monitor the Affordable Care Act (ACA) before data from federal government surveys are available. Topics covered include self-reported health status, type of and satisfaction with current health insurance coverage, access to and use of health care, health care affordability, use of information about the health insurance plans offered through the health insurance exchanges created by the ACA, enrollment in health plans or Medicaid through the ACA exchanges, the importance of various criteria in choosing health insurance plans, whether the respondent received notice that his/her current insurance policy was canceled or would no longer be offered after 2013, worries about future health insurance coverage, and expectations about one's health insurance coverage. Additional information collected by the survey includes age, education, race, Hispanic origin, gender, income, household size, housing type, marital status, employment status, United States citizenship, smoking, internet access, home ownership, body mass index, sexual orientation, and whether the respondent reported an ambulatory care sensitive condition or a mental or behavioral condition.

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