TABLE D-3 Immunizations: Impacts of Health Insurance on Children’s Immunizations


Place and Time Period of Findings

Data Sources

Allred et al. (2007)

The association of health insurance and continuous primary care in the medical home on vaccination coverage for 19- to 35-month-old children

United States, 2003

NSCH linked to National Immunization Survey (N = 5,400)

Dombkowski et al. (2004a)

Role of health insurance and a usual source of medical care in age-appropriate vaccination

United States, 1993-1996

NHIS, immunization and health insurance supplements

Dombkowski et al. (2004b)

Risk factors for delay in age-appropriate vaccination

United States, 1992-1996

NHIS, immunization supplement

Henderson et al. (2006)

Immunization initiation among infants in the Oregon Health Plan

Oregon, 2000-2001

Infant Oregon Health Plan records linked to Alert Immunization Registry (N = 39,708; 81% match between two sources)

Joyce and Racine (2005)

CHIP shots: Association between the State Children’s Health Insurance Programs and immunization rates

United States, 1995-2002

National Immunization Survey; Between 73% and 82% have complete vaccine data (N = 264,214)

Santoli et al. (2004)

Insurance status and vaccination coverage among US preschool children

United States, 2000

Linked National Immunization Survey and National Survey of Early Childhood Health (N = 735)

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