Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) provides model-based, annual estimates of health insurance coverage. SAHIE data can be used to analyze geographic variation in health insurance coverage, as well as disparities in coverage by race/ethnicity, sex, age and income levels that reflect thresholds for state and federal assistance programs. Because consistent estimates are available from 2008 to 2017, SAHIE reflects annual changes over time. SAVI now uses the American Community Survey for health insurance estimates, which are available at smaller geographical levels, but are only five-year averages instead of one-year averages.
Population 40 - 64 with Health Insurance Coverage, Men 18 - 64 at or below 200% of Poverty with no Health Insurance Coverage, Population Under 19 at or below 200% of Poverty with no Health Insurance Coverage
Data is available in SAVI for this area:
Data is available in SAVI at these geographic levels:
Data is available in SAVI for these years:
2005-2011 (not currently updated in SAVI)
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This data source is used in the following SAVI tools.