In addition to survey results, Urban Institute's Health Policy Center is producing a series of briefs drawing on the Health Reform Monitoring Survey, a quarterly survey of the nonelderly that is using Internet-based survey methods to monitor the Affordable Care Act (ACA) before data from federal government surveys are available.
The briefs provide information on health insurance coverage, access to and use of health care, health care affordability, and self-reported health status, as well as timely data on important implementation issues under the ACA.
Current briefs in the series:
A Look at Remaining Uninsured Adults as of March 2015
Health Care Costs Are a Barrier to Care for Many Women
Who Are the Remaining Uninsured as of June 2014?
Who Are the Newly Insured as of Early March 2014?
Looking Behind Opinion Polling on the Affordable Care Act
Most Adults Are Not Aware of Health Reform's Coverage Provisions
Expectations for Health Care Quality, Access, and Costs in 2014
Access and Affordability on the Verge of Health Reform
Early ACA Market Reforms: Who Has Been Affected So Far?
Uninsured Adults Eligible for Medicaid and Health Insurance Literacy