Previous research reports
EHF's research has become a leading resource looking into the uninsured in Texas and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act across the state.
Along with revealing key characteristics of Texans without health insurance, these reports work to inform the policies and practices needed to assist Texans in getting health insurance coverage.
EHF'S PARTNERSHIP WITH RICE UNIVERSITY'S BAKER INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY
EHF also partners with Rice University's Baker Institute to publish important research studies examining the true impact of the Affordable Care Act in Texas.
These on-going, comprehensive reports have become some of the leading sources of information on the ACA and the plight of Texas' uninsured. News outlets across Texas and the nation have reported on these studies more than 100 times.
The EHF-Baker Institute reports use Texas-specific survey information from the Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS). HRMS is based on a national project that provides timely information on implementation issues under the ACA and changes in health insurance coverage and related health outcomes. The surveys are developed by the Urban Institute, conducted by the company GfK and jointly funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the Urban Institute.
Below you’ll find our most recent reports using the HRMS-Texas surveys.