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Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary Appendixes Appendix A Workshop Agenda and Participants WORKSHOP AGENDA Goals for the Planning Meeting: Discuss the major issues associated with measuring health insurance coverage of children in the nation and states. Hear from authors of commissioned papers on these issues. Thursday, June 17, 2010 9:00 a.m. Call to Order, Introductions, and Discussion of the Agenda for the Workshop V. Joseph Hotz, Chair 9:15 Session 1: Congressional Interest in Estimates of Uninsured Children Chris L. Peterson, Congressional Research Service 9:45 Session 2: Primer on Major Federal Surveys Used to Measure Health Insurance Coverage of Children (CPS, ACS, and NHIS) Michael Davern, NORC 10:15 Break
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Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary 10:30 Session 3: Use of Administrative Data for Estimating the Coverage of Uninsured Children in States Michael Davern, Facilitator A User’s Perspective on the Quality of Administrative Data on Medicare and CHIP David Rousseau, Kaiser Family Foundation CMS Programs for Improving the State Administrative Microdata David Baugh, CMS Using Administrative and Survey Data for Programmatic Purposes Richard Strauss, CMS 11:45 Working Lunch 12:45 p.m. Session 4: State Use of Administrative and Survey Data: Exemplary Practices Joan Henneberry, Facilitator The Massachusetts Experience: Using Data to Evaluate State Health Reform Sharon Long, The Urban Institute A Review of State Experience in Using Data to Evaluate CHIP Coverage John McInerney, The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis Overview of State Survey Development and Use: What States Need to Monitor Health Insurance Coverage Lynn A. Blewett, University of Minnesota and SHADAC 2:30 Break 2:45 Session 5: Modeling Strategies for Improving Estimates Eric V. Slud, Facilitator Census Bureau Models for Measuring Health Insurance in Small Areas (SAHIE) Brett O’Hara and Mark Bauder, U.S. Census Bureau
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Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary Using Survey, Census, and Administrative Records Data in Small Area Models, with Illustrations from the Census Bureau’s SAIPE Program William Bell, U.S. Census Bureau Joint Modeling of Survey and Administrative Record Data Nathaniel Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics 4:45 p.m. Adjourn Friday, June 18, 2010 9:00 a.m. Session 6: Evaluation of the Adequacy of the Major Surveys to Measure Health Insurance Coverage for Children Lisa Dubay, Facilitator Measuring Income John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Measuring Health Insurance Coverage Joanna Turner, SHADAC Key Survey Characteristics: Frequency, Timeliness, Quality, Geographic Coverage Genevieve Kenney, The Urban Institute 10:30 Break 10:45 Session 7: The Future Need for Data on Children’s Insurance Coverage Cindy Mann, Center for Medicaid and State Operations, CMS 11:30 Summary: What Do We Need to Know? V. Joseph Hotz, Facilitator Open Discussion Period Adjourn
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Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary PARTICIPANT LIST Committee Members V. Joseph Hotz (Chair), Duke University Lynn Blewett, University of Minnesota & SHADAC Michael Davern, NORC at the University of Chicago Lisa C. Dubay, Johns Hopkins University Joan Henneberry, Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing Chris L. Peterson, Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission Eric V. Slud, University of Maryland Presenters Mark Bauder, U.S. Census Bureau David Baugh, Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services William Bell, U.S. Census Bureau Cindy Mann, Center for Medicaid and State Operations Brett O’Hara, U.S. Census Bureau David Rousseau, Kaiser Family Foundation Nat Schenker, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC Richard Strauss, Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services Paper Authors John Czajka, Mathematica Research Policy, Inc. Jenny Kenney, The Urban Institute Sharon Long, The Urban Institute Victoria Lynch, The Urban Institute John McInerney, The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis Joanna Turner, University of Minnesota & SHADAC Guests Eric Anderson, U.S. Government Accountability Office Tere Angueira, U.S. Census Bureau Jessica Bushar, NORC at the University of Chicago Robin Cohen, National Center for Health Statistics Steven Cohen, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Jennifer Day, U.S. Census Bureau Rick Denby, U.S. Census Bureau Kathleen Farrell, National Academy for State Health Policy Kenneth Finegold, HHS, Office of Health Policy Bula Ghose, HHS, OS/ASPE Brian Harris-Kojetin, Office of Management and Budget Martha Heberlein, Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Jacob Klerman, Abt Associates Don Luery, U.S. Census Bureau Lisa Mirel, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC Shamis Mohamoud, NORC at the University of Chicago Thomas D. Musco, HHS
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Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary Liz Pham, HHS, Office of Health Policy Susan Queen, Health Resources and Services Administration Donald W. Reese, HHS, Office of Health Policy Mary C. Roary, OS/OMH Division of Policy and Data Andrew Rock, HHS, ASPE Thomas Selden, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Sponsors David S. Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau Don Oellerich, Office of Human Services Policy, ASPE NAS Staff Connie Citro, Director, CNSTAT Ben Galick, NAS Intern, DBASSE Anthony Mann, Program Associate, CNSTAT Tom Plewes, Study Director, CNSTAT Gooloo Wunderlich, Senior Program Officer, CNSTAT