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Estimating the Prevalence of Uninsured Children (January 2004): An Evaluation of Data From the National Survey of Children With Special Health Care Needs, 2001 (Vital and Health Statistics)

Stephen J. Blumberg

Estimating the Prevalence of Uninsured Children (January 2004): An Evaluation of Data From the National Survey of Children With Special Health Care Needs, 2001 (Vital and Health Statistics)

by Stephen J. Blumberg

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Published by National Center for Health Statistics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children with Special Needs,
  • Health Care Issues,
  • Insurance - Health,
  • Health & Fitness / Health Care Issues,
  • General,
  • Reference,
  • Consumer Health

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10114330M
    ISBN 100160680018
    ISBN 109780160680014

    Estimating a Child Sexual Abuse Prevalence Rate for Practitioners: A Review of Child Sexual Abuse Prevalence Studies childhood prevalence rates than children as a whole. The ideal study subjects for prevalence studies are or These studies suggest the child sexual abuse prevalence rate for girls is % to %* and the rate.   Overview. Recent analysis of Gallup-Healthways WBI data suggests that million previously uninsured people have gained coverage as several of the Affordable Care Act’s coverage provisions have taken effect. The increases in coverage reflect individuals newly covered through the Marketplaces, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the expansion of .

      Uninsured U.S. children percentage and rate by family work status Percentage and rate of uninsured U.S. adult men in , by age Uninsured adult U.S. women in . Counting the Uninsured: A Review of the Literature A lthough most researchers agree that the number of uninsured is increasing, they often disagree on the actual number of uninsured— or even how the uninsured should be defined and measured. For example, although the most widely cited estimate .

    While the edition of the joint malnutrition estimates shows that stunting prevalence has been declining since the year , more than one in five – million children under 5 –were stunted in , and 47 million suffered from wasting.   But the uninsured rate is back on the rise. According to recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the national uninsured rate for was %, compared to % in With the ACA still in place but uninsured rates rising, WalletHub measured the post-Obamacare uninsured rates in .


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DHHS Publication No. Estimating the Prevalence of Uninsured Children book (PHS) Vital and Health Statistics, Series 2, No.

Data Evaluation and. Get this from a library. Estimating the prevalence of uninsured children: an evaluation of data from the national survey of children with special health care needs, [National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.);]. Get this from a library.

Estimating the prevalence of uninsured children: an evaluation of data from the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs, [Stephen J Blumberg; National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (U.S.); National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),].

The new report highlights that % of children under the age of 19 were uninsured, largely because of a decline in public coverage. Taking a closer look at children’s coverage highlights some key changes in coverage between and by coverage type and by age, region and income-to-poverty status.

The uninsured rates for children vary dramatically by state (Exhibits 2and 3). States in the northeastern United States have lower percentages of uninsured children, generally below 10 percent Cited by: 9. row, the uninsured rate and number of uninsured children moved in the wrong direction.1 This is unprecedented since comparable data began to be collected in The number of uninsured children now exceeds 4 million— wiping out a sizable share of the gains in coverage made following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

State estimates of uninsured children. This DataWatch presents baseline statistics on the insurance status of children, based on the Current Population Surveys from, and   The number of children in the United States without coverage rose to million in from about million a year earlier, according to census data analyzed by Alker's Georgetown team.

Inamong children aged 0–17 years, % were uninsured, % had public coverage, and % had private health insurance coverage (Figure ). After generally decreasing, more recently, the percentage of children who were uninsured at the time of interview has leveled off.

Between andthe increasing trend observed among. As compared with the parents of children with full-year, private insurance, parents of children uninsured for the full year were far more likely to report delaying care (adjusted odds ratio,   Most (86%) of the uninsured are nonelderly adults.

6 The uninsured rate among children was just 5% inless than half the rate among nonelderly adults (13%), largely due to broader.

The composition of insured and uninsured children in each state. The estimates in this chart book highlight the types of uninsured children who need to be targeted with outreach, enrollment and retention efforts in order to reduce uninsurance and move toward universal coverage among children.

The edits have the effect of reducing the estimated number of uninsured children on the ACS from million to million. Our derived estimate of the number of uninsured children is slightly lower than the NHIS uninsured estimate of mil-lion for the same time frame.

Our edits increase the estimated number of children. ) to the lowest percent in% of children uninsured. The survey has seen a modest upswing in the percent and number of uninsured children across the state. Inthe percent of uninsured children is %, an overall increase of 9, more children uninsured than in A local health department wishes to estimate the prevalence of tubercu­ losis among children under five years of age in its locality.

How many children should be included in the sample so that the prevalence may be estimated to within 5 percentage points of the true value with 95%. In full-year estimates, % of children with a parent insured all year had a health insurance coverage gap (unweighted n=1, average weighted annual population of nearly 3 million).

An estimated % of these children were uninsured for the entire year (unweighted n=, average weighted annual population of over one million) (Table 1). Louisiana Health Insurance Survey 4 1 | Uninsured Children The uninsured rate for children decreased slightly in to percent, keeping the rate 5 percent or less in each LHIS since as shown in Figure In terms of direct impact, this represents a drop f uninsured children in to 28, in estimating health insurance coverage.

Trends in coverage based on the NHIS and CPS are compared for children under age 18 years, adults aged 18–64 years, and all persons under age 65 years.

In this report, adults aged 18–64 arereferredtoas. working-age adults. Major Health Insurance Legislation and Events. Since the inception of the NHIS in. This report summarizes the proceedings of a workshop convened in June to critically examine the various databases that could provide national and state-level estimates of low-income uninsured children and could be effectively used as criteria for monitoring children's health insurance coverage.

The Kaiser Family Foundation website provides in-depth information on key health policy issues including Medicaid, Medicare, health reform, global health, HIV/AIDS, health insurance, the uninsured.

The National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs revealed that % of children under 18 years of age were uninsured, a rate lower than the rate estimated by other national surveys.

This report presents the results of an evaluation of the quality of this estimate, based on analyses of non-response, question design, interviewer and.

The most important group within the book industry is, of course, the consumers. Books remain hugely popular among U.S. consumers, with 74 percent of adults consuming at least one book .Prevalence of ADHD Based on National Surveys of Parents. The prevalence of ADHD has been reported from several nationally representative surveys, but rarely using clinical criteria, which require multiple informants, a range of symptoms, and significant functional impairment (Birmaher et al., ).The survey that meets these criteria most closely was the – NHANES (N = 3.