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Health & Health Care

ASPE produces health policy research with a focus on equity, coverage, and access. Find resources related to a broad range of topics, including the uninsured population, vaccine hesitancy, Medicaid/CHIP, Medicare, the federal marketplace (, telehealth, health care delivery, underserved areas, delivery system transformation, health outcomes, and social determinants of health.


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Number of Medicaid Recipients Up: CPS Shows the Number of Uninsured Also Rises

March 31, 1992
The number of persons with no health insurance coverage rose by 4% between 1989 and 1990, while the number with insurance rose less than 1%. The increase in insurance coverage was due primarily to increases in Medicaid coverage for children under 15.

The National Long-Term Care Surveys (1982, 1984, 1989)

February 29, 1992
The 1982 and 1984 National Long-Term Care Surveys (NLTCS) are household surveys of functionally impaired Medicare beneficiaries age 65+. The 1989 NTLCS is a resurveying of this population.

Report from the Secretary's Task Force on Elder Abuse

January 31, 1992
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Report from the Secretary's Task Force on Elder Abuse Secretary's Task Force on Elder Abuse February 1992 PDF Version (25 PDF pages)

Case Management for Teenage Parents: Lessons from the Teenage Parent Demonstration

November 30, 1991
TEENAGE PARENT DEMONSTRATION Report on Case Management for Teenage Parents, Executive Summary CASE MANAGEMENT FOR TEENAGE PARENTS: Lessons from the Teenage Parent Demonstration Executiv

Infant Attachment: What We Know Now

June 27, 1991
In February 1991, ASPE sponsored a two-day research seminar on infant attachment. This final report has three major sections. The first part is a brief summary of an extensive literature review on infant attachment. The second section summarizes the proceedings of the seminar, which was based on the topics outlined in the literature review.

Catastrophic Acute and Long-Term Care Costs: Risks Faced by Disabled Elderly Persons

May 31, 1991
The repeal of many provisions of the 1988 Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act was due to subjective impressions about the usefulness to many elderly persons of the services covered by the law and to the omission of long-term care services.

The Federal Role in Consumer Protection and Regulation of Long-Term Care Insurance

May 31, 1991
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

The Future of SIPP for Analyzing Disability and Health

March 31, 1991
This paper was requested as part of the National Academy of Sciences, Committee on National Statistics Panel to Evaluate the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP). SIPP is sponsored by the Bureau of the Census and has been an ongoing longitudinal survey of the civilian non-institutionalized population since 1983.

Estimating the Prevalence of Long-Term Disability for an Aging Society

March 31, 1991
This study was designed to provide comprehensive information about future long-term care needs in the U.S. Using data from the U.S. Decennial Census of Population and Housing, National Long-Term Care Survey and National Nursing Home Survey, the study developed detailed projections of the need for long-term care among the elderly in the years 2000, 2020 and 2040.

Prevalence and Correlates of Unmet Need Among the Elderly with ADL Disabilities

January 31, 1991
This report examines how many disabled elderly are at risk because they do not receive the assistance they need in basic self-maintenance activities. The source of data was the 1982 and 1984 National Long-Term Care Surveys.