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How much do you know about Health Policy in Connecticut? Take our quiz!

Test your knowledge about Connecticut's developing All Payer Claims Database (APCD)

June 2013

1. What is an APCD?

a) a collection of health claims across public and private payers
b) a powerful planning tool to assess population health, equity, and costs
c) a tool to identify solutions and controls costs
d) all of the above

2. How many states currently have operating APCDs?

a) zero
b) five
c) ten
d) all

3. How much did the federal government grant Connecticut to build an APCD?

a) $1 million
b) $6.55 million
c) $10 million
d) $100 million

4. How many independent consumer representatives are on Connecticut's APCD Council?

a) zero
b) one
c) five
d) ten

5. How many of the fifteen APCD Council members represent state government?

a) two
b) five
c) eight
d) thirteen

Source: The Power of Data: Consumer Involvement and Accountability for Connecticut All-Payer Claim Database, Connecticut Center for Patient Safety & Connecticut Health Policy Project, for the Connecticut Health Foundation, March 2013

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