Oregon Health Insurance Survey (OHIS)
The Oregon Health Authority and OHPR conducted this large-scale health and health insurance survey of Oregonians in the first quarter of 2011. Information gathered from the survey is helping the state understand the health care needs and concerns as we move through state and federal health reform.
American Community Survey (ACS)
OHPR explores the U.S. Census ACS health insurance questions and produces a snapshot of Oregon's health insurance picture yearly. The ACS allow for measuring changes across time in estimates of health insurance coverage (beginning in 2008).
Oregon's Uninsured: Analysis of the 2010 American Community Survey (4/12)
Oregon's Uninsured: Analysis of the 2009 American Community Survey (04/11)
Oregon's Uninsured: Analysis of the 2008 American Community Survey (05/10)
Current Population Survey (CPS)
OHPR examines the U.S. Census CPS Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS-ASEC) regarding long-run health insurance estimates. While this survey is relatively small in size, limiting the detailed health coverage information available, it has been producing national and state estimates for decades.
Survey Technical Reports
These technical reports explore overarching aspects of survey research as it pertains to health insurance coverage in Oregon. Technical Brief: Reviewing Estimates of Oregon's Uninsured
(8/11) Previous and Archived Survey Reports
Health insurance estimates from the Oregon Population Survey (OPS), which provided health insurance estimates for Oregon from 1990-2006 are available on OHPR's Documents, Reports, and Presentations