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1. American Community Survey available at

2. Kelon GD, Kraus CK, McCarthy ML, Bass E, Hsu EB, Li G, Scheulen JJ, Shahan JB, Brill JD, Green GB. Inpatient disposition classification for the creation of hospital surge capacity: a multiphase study. Lancet 2006;368(9551):1984-1989.

3. MassCHIP available at Exit Disclaimer

4. National Health Interview Surveys available at

5. National Home and Hospice Care Surveys available at

6. OASIS available at

7. Palfrey JS, Haynie M, Porter S, Fenton T, Cooperman-Vincent P, Shaw D, Johnson B, Bierle T, Walker DK. Prevalence of medical technology assistance among children in Massachusetts in 1987 and 1990. Public Health Rep 1994;109(2):226-233.

8. Palfrey JS, Walker DK, Haynie M, Singer JD, Porter S, Bushey B, Cooperman P. Technology's children: report of a statewide census of children dependent on medical supports. Pediatrics 1991;87(5):611-618.

9. SAMHSA Data Archive available at Exit Disclaimer

10. U.S. Renal Data Systems available at Exit Disclaimer

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