All-payer claims databases are being developed in states across the nation to fill gaps in information about the health care system. The value of such databases is becoming more apparent as these databases mature and are used more frequently to help states better understand their health care utilization and costs.
Provides information on the current landscape of APCD legislation while highlighting the most critical features of legislation to date. Intended for use by states that are considering the development of all-payer claims database (APCD) legislation, or those who are revisiting their current legislation.
This paper provides guidance to states that are planning to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) and/or Request for Information (RFI) for All-Payer Claims Database (APCD). The information in this paper was derived from the review of previously issued state RFPs and RFIs, and input collected through technical assistance, national workshops, and the Learning Network functions of the APCD Council...
This report presents a summary of the costs to states associated with the development of All-Payer Claims Databases (APCDs). The findings are based on information gathered from states that have implemented APCDs, including review of state vendor contract documents and telephone interviews with state contacts. Both current and expired contract documents were reviewed.
This paper summarizes the proposed rules and provides a perspective on the implications of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
This publication provides guidance regarding the technical build and management of large-scale databases.
Provides information on what existing states and those embarking upon the creation of APCDs need to consider as their efforts move forward.
This document outlines the health-related activities of states in 2010, which were primarily driven by the ongoing effects of the downturn in the American economy and the...