One such difference is state policies regarding how long children are maintained on the rolls even when no longer actively enrolled, due to 12-month continuous enrollment policies.
Combining data series, as discussed by Schenker, has other promising attributes. One participant pointed to the possible use of such analysis in assisting states in finding prospective program participants on the basis of the results of the combination of surveys, comprising a more powerful identification tool than is presently possible using only the BRFSS.
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