Access to care for children with autism in the context of state Medicaid reimbursement

@article{Thomas2011AccessTC,
  title={Access to care for children with autism in the context of state Medicaid reimbursement},
  author={Kathleen C. Thomas and Susan L Parish and Roderick A Rose and Mona Kilany},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={1636-1644}
}
This paper examines the role of state residence and Medicaid reimbursement rates in explaining the relationship between having autism and access to care for children. Three questions are addressed: (1) Is there variation across states in the relationship between having autism and access to care? (2) Does taking account of state residence explain a significant amount of the variation in this relationship? (3) Does accounting for Medicaid reimbursement rates enhance our understanding of this… CONTINUE READING

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