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A National and State Profile of Leading Health Problems and Health Care Quality for US Children: Key Insurance Disparities and Across-State Variations
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Published paper looking to evaluate national and state prevalence of health problems and special health care needs in US children and assess access to many key child heath care quality measures such as insurance, prevenative care, and a medical home.
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The DRC website provides hands-on, user-friendly access to the NHIS child-level data, including health status, use of and access to health care services, family resources – food security, family cost for medical care. The estimates on the DRC data query are weighted to be representative of the non-institutionalized population of children ages 0-17 years nationally.

The data query below allows users to compare national and Census region level findings for children of different ages, race/ethnicity, income levels, diagnosis and health insurance type. Estimates at the state level are also available from pooled years of the survey data, where sample size permits.

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