Courtney Crawford

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IMPORTANCE In the United States, health insurance is not universal. Observational studies show an association between uninsured parents and children. This association persisted even after expansions in child-only public health insurance. Oregon's randomized Medicaid expansion for adults, known as the Oregon Experiment, created a rare opportunity to assess(More)
The objective of this study was to develop methodologies for creating child–parent ‘links’ in two healthcare-related data sources. We linked children and parents who were patients in a network of Oregon clinics with a shared electronic health record (EHR), using data that reported the child’s emergency contact information or the ‘guarantor’ for the child’s(More)
OBJECTIVE This study compared the preventive service utilization of uninsured patients receiving care at Oregon community health centers (CHCs) in 2008 through 2011 with that of continuously insured patients at the same CHCs in the same period, using electronic health record (EHR) data. METHODS We performed a retrospective cohort analysis, using logistic(More)
To assess the association between a child’s and their parent’s public health insurance status during a time when children had access to coverage independent of policies that impacted adults’ access. Secondary data from the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) [Oregon’s Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Programs] for families with at least one parent and one(More)
BACKGROUND Insurance coverage alone does not guarantee access to needed health care. Few studies have explored what "access" means to low-income families, nor have they examined how elements of access are prioritized when availability, affordability, and acceptability are not all achievable. Therefore, we explored low-income parents' perspectives on(More)
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