4070.0 Who gets Health Insurance? A Statistical Perspective

Tuesday, November 10, 2009: 8:30 AM
This session will discuss key factors associated with increasing medical expenditures, lack of insurance, and health impacts due to these outcomes. Statistical techniques to analyze these types of data are presented.
Session Objectives: To describe methodologies used to evaluate the impact of increasing medical expenditures and lack of insurance. A second objective is to define government sources of health insurance (data and methods to analyze).
William Kuang-Yao Pan, DrPH MS MPH

8:50 AM
Who applies for SSDI? Data from the NHIS Linked SSA files
Deborah D. Ingram, PhD and Amy Bernstein, PhD
9:10 AM
Measures of Underinsurance: Kansas as an Example of State-Level Estimates
Andrew C. Ward, MPH, PhD, Sharon T. Barfield, MSW, LSCSW and Rachel J. Smit, MPA
9:30 AM
Composite Score Methods to Evaluate Part D Organization's Performance over multiple Measures
Ying Wang, PhD, Sungsoo Oh, MS, Arthur Kirsch, PhD, Christopher Powers, PharmD, Oswaldo Urdapilleta, PhD and Vikki Oates

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Organized by: Statistics
Endorsed by: Socialist Caucus, Social Work

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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