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Colorado Health Access Survey. First Findings. December 13 , 2011. Marketing, Education and Outreach Work Group (MEOW). Introducing the Colorado Health Access Survey. 10,352 households Statistically valid: Geographic Race/ethnicity May-August 2011 Telephone survey

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colorado health access survey

Colorado Health Access Survey

First Findings

December 13, 2011

Marketing, Education and Outreach Work Group (MEOW)

introducing the colorado health access survey
Introducing the Colorado Health Access Survey
  • 10,352 households
  • Statistically valid:
    • Geographic
    • Race/ethnicity
  • May-August 2011
  • Telephone survey
  • Sample weighted to represent entire population
first findings
First Findings
  • The ranks of Colorado’s uninsured are growing, even among those employed.
  • The ranks of the underinsured are growing as well.
  • Various populations are disproportionally impacted.
  • Fewer Coloradans have a “usual source of care.”
fewer coloradans receive employer based i nsurance
Fewer Coloradans receive Employer-based Insurance

Health Insurance Colorado, 2009 and 2011

cost of insurance leading reason for lack of insurance
Cost of Insurance: Leading reason for lack of insurance

Reasons the uninsured reported for lacking health insurance, Colorado, 2009 and 2011

uninsured coloradans
Uninsured Coloradans

Rates of Uninsurance, Health Statistics Regions, Colorado, 2011

  • 829,000 Coloradans

16% of population (2011)

  • Up from 678,000 Coloradans

14% of population (2008-2009)

most uninsured coloradans are white hispanics are disproportionately affected
Most uninsured Coloradans are white. Hispanics are disproportionately affected

Distribution of Uninsured by Race/ ethnicity, Colorado 2011

Percent Uninsured for 3 Racial/ Ethnic Groups, Colorado, 2009 and 2011

poverty correlates with lack of coverage
Poverty Correlates with lack of coverage

Uninsured Rates by income as a percentage of Federal Poverty Level, Colorado, 2009 and 2011

4 fewer coloradans have a usual source of care
4. Fewer Coloradans have a “usual source of care.”

Percent who reported having no usual source of care, Colorado, 2011

accessing chas data
Accessing CHAS Data
  • Data available in several ways
    • Research file
    • Public Use file
    • Custom reports
    • Briefings
    • Colorado Health Institute
a half million newly insured is colorado ready

A Half Million Newly Insured: Is Colorado Ready?

Primary Care Provider Needs following Health Reform

December 13, 2011

Marketing, Education and Outreach Work Group (MEOW)

question this presentation addresses
Question this presentation addresses

How many additional primary care providers will Colorado need to care for residents who become insured under federal health care reform?

overview of results
Overview of results

Colorado New Visits and New Provider Estimates, 2016

Source: CHI

chi s analytic framework
CHI’s analytic framework

Statistical model using 2006-08 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) data

Jonathan Gruber estimates using 2008-09 Colorado Household Survey

Physician, NP and PA productivity figures from 2010 MGMA survey

where the results are available
Where the results are available

thank you
Thank You

Jeff Bontrager, MSPH

Director of Research on Coverage and Access

[email protected]