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Colorado Health Access Survey
- 2015 Report
- Research File Application
- 2015 Public Use File
- 2013 public use file
- 2011 public use file
- 2009 public use file
- Top 10 Takeaways
- Measuring the ACA
- 2015 Survey Tool
- 2015 Press Release
- 2015 Presentation
- 2015 Infographic
The Colorado Health Institute has delved deeply into the findings from the 2015 Colorado Health Access Survey since it was first released in September 2015. This page gathers together that research, including the primary report, interactive maps, a series of Survey Snapshots and ZIP Code-level analyses.
Uneven Progress: Changes in Health Insurance by ZIP Code
Click the image above to view the interactive map, scroll down for interactive graphics and click here for data on all 21 Health Statistics Regions.
What is the CHAS?
The Colorado Health Access Survey – the CHAS – is the premier source of information on health insurance coverage, access to health care and use of health care services in Colorado.
More than 10,000 households in the state have been interviewed every other year since 2009, allowing comparisons across a time marked by sweeping changes in health policy.
The 2015 CHAS was a telephone survey – both cell phones and landlines – of 10,136 randomly-selected households in Colorado. It was administered between March 2 and June 26 by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), an independent research company. Survey data were weighted to accurately reflect the demographics and distribution of the state’s population.
New questions were added to the 2015 survey to help assess the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Colorado, including the launch of Connect for Health Colorado, the online insurance marketplace.
In-depth CHAS data, including data for all 21 Health Statistics Regions for all four survey years, is available here. 2015 CHAS 2013 CHAS/13 2011 CHAS/2013 2011 CHAS/2012 2011 CHAS/2011
Analysis from the 2015 CHAS.
Analysis from the 2013 CHAS released in 2013.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2013.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2012.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2011.
In-depth CHAS data, including data for all 21 Health Statistics Regions for all four survey years, is available here.