The Association of Health Insurance Coverage and Health Indicators: A Comparison of States Over Time
Center for Community Research & Service
the present study utilizes seventeen maternal and child health indicators that have been reported annually for each state through KIDS COUNT which is sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. In addition to social and demographic independent variables, economic and policy variables thought to be related to maternal and child health are included in the statistical models.
Health insurance, Insurance, Health, Birth rate, Death rate, Asthma, Deaths
Solano, P., McDuffie, M. J., & Knight, E. (2008). The Association of Health Insurance Coverage and the Health Indicators: A Comparison Over Time. Newark, DE: Health Services Policy Research Group, Center for Community Research and Service, School of Administration and Public Policy, University of Delaware.