Nationwide Adult Medicaid Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems
In fall 2014, the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) conducted a Nationwide Adult Medicaid (NAM) Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey of Medicaid enrollees to attain national and state-by-state measures of access, barriers to care, and experiences with care across delivery systems and major population subgroups. The survey interviewed a representative sample of adults ages 18 and older enrolled in Medicaid during October through December 2013. This first-of-its kind survey provides baseline information on the experiences of low-income adults prior to a state’s expansion of coverage to the new adult group that took effect on January 1, 2014. These data will be used to inform the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services and state efforts to improve health care delivery for Medicaid enrollees. View additional information in a CMCS Informational Bulletin.
Issue Briefs & Infographics
Nonresponse Bias Analysis: Findings from the 2014-2015 Nationwide Adult Medicaid Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems
Health Care Experiences of Adults with Disabilities Enrolled in Medicaid Only: Findings from a 2014-2015 Nationwide Survey of Medicaid Beneficiaries
Medical Assistance with Smoking and Tobacco Cessation: Findings from a 2014-2015 Nationwide Survey of Adult Medicaid Beneficiaries
- Understanding Composite Measures in the NAM CAHPS Survey
- Methodology Report: 2014-2015 Nationwide CAHPS Survey of Adults Enrolled in Medicaid between October and December, 2013
- CAHPS 5.0 Adult Questionnaire (Medicaid)
- Deriving Weighted Estimates and Calculating Standard Errors for States and Subpopulations for the NAM CAHPS Survey
- NORC's Medicaid CAHPS Project Page
- Handout for the Nationwide Adult Medicaid CAHPS
Questions or requests for technical assistance related to the Nationwide Adult Medicaid CAHPS survey can be directed to MedicaidCAHPS@norc.org.