TABLE D-4 Impacts of Health Insurance on Special Populations of Children


Place and Time Period of Findings

Data Sources


Dick et al. (2004)

SCHIP’s impact in three states: How do the most vulnerable children fare?

Kansas, Florida, and New York. Baseline between June 2000 and March 2001; followup interviews conducted 1 year later

Surveys of enrollees in state children’s health insurance programs; adolescents in FL (N = 796) and NY (N = 710) only

Kenney (2007)

(Appendix Table) The impacts of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program on children who enroll: Findings from 10 states

10 states (CA, CO, FL, IL, LA, MO, NC, NJ, NY, TX), 2002

One-wave survey of parents of children newly enrolled in SCHIP or enrolled for 1 year; response rate = 75-80% depending on state; N = 16,700; data pooled across states. Adolescents aged 13-18: N = 1,769

Klein et al. (2007)

Impact of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program on adolescents in New York

New York State, 2001-2002

Two-wave telephone survey of newly enrolled adolescents (ages 12-18) in Child Health Plus (SCHIP) (N = 970)

Probst et al. (2005)

Update: Health insurance and utilization of care among rural adolescents

United States, 1999-2000

NHIS (N = 8,503 adolescents)

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