Tracking Health Reform's Impact on Insurance Coverage for Young Adults, Older Adults, and Low-Income Families


Although the Affordable Care Act's key provisions for expanding and improving health insurance coverage will not take effect until 2014, starting this year millions of families will see improvements in their coverage, while the groundwork for implementing the major reforms will be laid. To track the ACA's impact as it is implemented and to establish baseline measures prior to 2014, this project will launch three longitudinal online surveys of young adults (ages 19 to 29), older adults (ages 50 to 70), and low-income adults (ages 19 to 64). The surveys' nationally representative sample will be drawn from a pool of 1 million individuals who previously agreed to participate in various surveys. As a supplement to the Fund's Biennial Health Insurance Survey, the new survey tool will yield timely information over the coming years on the public's experience with, and views of, health reform.

Grant Details

Grantee Organization:
Knowledge Networks, Inc.
Principal Investigator:
Jordon Peugh, M.A.
Award Amount:
Approval Date:
November 9, 2010
Related Topics
Health Care Coverage

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