Selected Research on Children's Health Insurance
This document lists recent reports on children's health care use and access developed from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Banthin JS, Selden TM. The ABCs of Children's Health Care: How the Medicaid Expansions Affected Access, Burdens, and Coverage between 1987 and 1996. Inquiry 2003; 40(2):133-45.
Buchmueller T, Cooper P, Simon K, et al. The Effect of SCHIP Expansions on Health Insurance Decisions by Employers. Inquiry Fall 2005; 42(3):218-31.
Hudson JL. Trends in Children's Health Insurance Coverage for Families with Children, 1996-2002 (First Half). Statistical Brief #99, September 2005. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
Hudson JL. Trends in Children's Eligibility for Public Insurance for Families with Children, 1996-2002 (First Half). Statistical Brief #100, September 2005. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
Hudson JL, Selden TM, Banthin JS. The Impact of SCHIP on Insurance Coverage for Children. Inquiry 2005; 42(3):232-54.
Monheit A, Vistnes J. The Demand for Dependent Health Insurance: How Important is the Cost of Family Coverage? Journal of Health Economics 2005; 24:1108-31.
Selden TM. Compliance with Well-Child Visit Recommendations: Evidence from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2000-2002. Pediatrics Dec 2006; 118(6):e1766-78.
Selden TM, Hudson JL. Access to Care and Utilization among Children: Estimating the Effects of Public and Private Coverage. Medical Care 2006; 44(5s):I19-26.
Selden TM, Hudson JL. How Much Can Really Be Saved by Rolling Back SCHIP? The Net Cost of Public Health Insurance for Children. Inquiry 2005; 42(1):16-28.
Selden TM, Hudson JL, Banthin JS. Tracking Changes in Eligibility and Coverage Among Children, 1996-2002. Health Affairs 2004; 23(5):39-50.