BASE: 12- TO 18-YEAR-OLDS

Q2. What does your parent or guardian usually do to help you get health care from a doctor or other health care provider? Please check all that apply.

  1. Pays for all or part of the health care.

  2. Helps in scheduling appointments.

  3. Helps find the right doctor or health care provider.

  4. Drives me or takes me to the doctor’s office, hospital or other health care office.

  5. Gives me advice on when I should see a doctor or other health care provider.

  6. None of these.

BASE: 12- TO 18-YEAR-OLDS

Q3. Which of the following ever prevent you from getting health care? Please check all that apply.

  1. It costs too much.

  2. I have no health insurance.

  3. It is too hard to get to appointments that fit my schedule.

  4. I have no way to get to appointments.

  5. I am not sure the visits are private or confidential.

  6. The medical staff does not understand my ethnic or cultural background.

  7. The medical staff is not interested in listening to my concerns.

  8. I will not be treated with respect.

  9. I am worried that my parents will find out information I don’t want them to know.

  10. Something else.

  11. Nothing prevents me from getting health care.

BASE: SELECTED MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE IN Q3

Q4. What is the main thing that prevents you from getting health care? [DISPLAY ONLY RESPONSES SELECTED IN Q3]

  1. It costs too much.

  2. I have no health insurance.

  3. It is too hard to get to appointments that fit my schedule.

  4. I have no way to get to appointments.



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