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News, March 21, News and Announcements

SHARE Webinar: Genevieve Kenney and
Edward Miller to Discuss Benefit Design in
SHARE Webinar this Coverage Expansions
Week: Genevieve
Kenney and Edward SHARE is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, March 23rd,
Miller to Discuss Benefit from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT featuring Genevieve
Design in Coverage
Expansions Kenney, Senior Fellow and Health Economist at the Urban
Institute, and Edward Miller, Associate Professor of
New Federal Data
Resources Available Gerontology and Public Policy at the University of
Massachusetts Boston. Drs. Kenney and Miller will discuss
Lynn Blewett Publishes
High Risk Pool Article in findings from their SHARE-sponsored studies evaluating
AJPH the influence of benefit design on coverage take-up and
preventive care utilization in state access expansion
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initiatives. Dr. Kenney will look at expansions in Kentucky
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The Health Resources and Services Administration
(HRSA) released UDS Mapper, a new online mapping and
decision-support tool providing access to data on Federally
Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) from HRSA's Uniform
Data System (UDS). UDS Mapper, developed in
collaboration with John Snow, Inc. and the Robert Graham
Center, is designed to help inform users about the current
geographic extent of U.S. federally-funded health centers.
A webinar demonstrating the UDS Mapper will be held on
March 24 at 2PM EDT. Click here for information on the

The Census Bureau has begun providing state summaries

of 2010 Census population totals, as well as 2010 Census
data on race, Hispanic origin and voting age for multiple
geographies within each state. The Census Bureau will
publish the data state-by-state on a rolling basis through
March, 2011. Find your state's information on the 2010
Census Data web page.


Lynn Blewett Publishes High Risk Pool

Article in AJPH
SHADAC Director Lynn Blewett, Donna Spencer, Associate
Director, Health Economics and Outcomes Research at
Innovus, and Courtney Burke, Director of the Health Policy
Research Center at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of
Government have published "State high-risk pools: an
update on the Minnesota Comprehensive Health
Association" in the February 2011 issue of the American
Journal of Public Health. This article examines the
experience of the largest and oldest pool in the nation, the
Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association, to document
key issues facing state high-risk pools under health care
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