Health insurance and utilization of medical care for chronically ill children with special needs. Health of our nation's children, United States, 1988.

@article{Aday1992HealthIA,
  title={Health insurance and utilization of medical care for chronically ill children with special needs. Health of our nation's children, United States, 1988.},
  author={Lu Ann Aday},
  journal={Advance data},
  year={1992},
  volume={215},
  pages={1-8}
}
In summary, a substantial proportion of Hispanic and low-income chronically ill children with special needs have neither private insurance nor Medicaid coverage. Those who averaged the fewest doctor visits during the past year for their condition (such as black or low-income children) also tended to be more likely to be hospitalized. Children who did not live with a biological mother or biological mother and father were least likely to have been to a physician or to be taking prescribed… CONTINUE READING

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