[Michlib-l] Webinar Alert [TOMORROW]: Examining the Health Reform Monitoring Survey and the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey Presented by the Urban Institute

Tamara Qawasmeh tqawas at umich.edu
Mon Oct 11 14:28:05 EDT 2021

Join us on October 12 at 2:00 pm  EDT for a *free* webinar!

The webinar is hosted by the Health and Medical Care Archive (HMCA) at
the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR),
a data repository funded by the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation (RWJF).

Please join us in “*Examining the Health Reform Monitoring Survey and the
Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey Presented by the Urban Institute*”
featuring Stephan Zuckerman and Michael Karpman with the Urban Institute.

Participants will get an overview of the Health Reform Monitoring Survey
and the Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey, learn about key findings from
the latest data, and discover ways these studies can be used in health

Finally, participants will learn about the resources available on the RWJF
and HMCA websites and have the opportunity to ask questions.
Register for the Webinar <https://myumi.ch/YyEe2>
*About the Principal Investigators: *

Stephen Zuckerman is a senior fellow and vice president for health policy
at the Urban Institute. He has studied health economics and health policy
for 30 years and is a national expert on Medicare and Medicaid physician
payment, including how payments affect enrollee access to care and the
volume of services they receive. He is currently examining how payment and
delivery system reforms can affect the availability of primary care
services and studying the implementation and impact of the Affordable Care

Zuckerman has published extensively on many topics, including the
determinants of geographic differences in Medicare spending, Medicaid
managed care, state coverage expansions for adults, changes in Medicare
benefit design that could protect the most vulnerable beneficiaries,
hospital rate setting, and the impact of undocumented immigrants on the US
health care system. Other issues he has worked on include Medicaid
financing arrangements used by states, crowd-out of private coverage by
SCHIP, the health care safety net, and survey approaches for measuring
insurance coverage. Zuckerman also codirected the development of the
Geographic Practice Cost Indices used in the Medicare physician fee
Michael Karpman is a senior research associate in the Health Policy Center
at the Urban Institute. His work focuses on the implications of the
Affordable Care Act, including quantitative analysis related to health
insurance coverage, access to and affordability of health care, use of
health care services, and health status. This work includes efforts to help
coordinate and analyze data from the Urban Institute’s Health Reform
Monitoring Survey.
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The Health and Medical Care Archive (HMCA) is the data archive of the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) <https://www.rwjf.org/>. Operated by the
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at
the University of Michigan with funding from RWJF, HMCA preserves and
disseminates data collected by selected research projects funded by RWJF
and facilitates secondary analyses of the data.

The data collections in HMCA primarily include large-scale surveys of the
American public about public health, attitudes towards health reform, and
access to medical care; surveys of health care professionals and
organizations, public health professionals, and nurses; evaluations of
innovative programs for the delivery of health care, and many other topics
and populations of interest. Our goal is to build a culture of health by
increasing the understanding of health and health care and the factors that
contribute to health in the United States through secondary analysis of
RWJF-supported data collections.

Email: hmca at icpsr.umich.edu
Phone: 734-615-7752
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Tamara Qawasmeh

*HMCA <https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/pages/HMCA/index.html> & RCMD
<https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/pages/RCMD/index.html> **Data Project
*Institute for Social Research** | ICPSR*
*University of Michigan*
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