Welcome to data.hilltopinstitute.org, gateway to all things data—exploration, visualizations, and surveys.
Hilltop specializes in working with Medicaid data. We maintain a secure, HIPAA-compliant data repository containing Maryland Medicaid and Medicare administrative data, hospital discharge data, nursing home assessment data (the federal Minimum Data Set), and assessment data for individuals receiving long-term services and supports.
Through this new interactive DataPort, you can configure custom reports on Medicaid eligibility and enrollment and health services utilization by coverage group, fiscal or calendar year, county or region of residence, and participant demographics. The DataPort contains data from Maryland Medicaid MMIS2, which are updated monthly and are available back five years. Additional features are under development.
Maryland Medicaid Data Requests
Hilltop specializes in working with Medicaid data, and maintains a secure, HIPAA-compliant data repository containing Maryland Medicaid administrative data. We collaborate with other researchers on projects involving these data with the permission of the Department of Health. To request to use Maryland Medicaid data, go to the Maryland Department of Health data request page.
Community Benefit State Law Profiles
A 50-State Survey of State Community Benefit Laws through the Lens of the ACA
The Hilltop Institute’s Community Benefit State Law Profiles (Profiles) present a comprehensive analysis of each state’s community benefit landscape as defined by its laws, regulations, tax exemptions, and, in some cases, policies and activities of state executive agencies. The Profiles organize these state-level legal frameworks by the major categories of federal community benefit requirements found in §9007 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), §501(r) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Hilltop Chart Books
Each year, Hilltop prepares chart books for the Maryland Department of Health describing demographics, service utilization, and costs for various Medicaid programs.