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  • Survey: 2016-2017 National Survey of Children's Health
  • Starting Point: Child and Family Health Measures
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  • Topic: Health Insurance Coverage
  • Question: Indicator 3.3: Type of health insurance
  • Sub Group: Public and private insurance x Complexity of health care needs

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Indicator 3.3: What type of health insurance coverage, if any, did the child have at the time of the survey?

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StateCSHCN with more complex health needs %CSHCN with less complex health needs %Non-CSHCN %
Alabama4.14.83.7
Alaska11.00.06.8
Arizona14.52.13.0
Arkansas9.41.54.4
California2.94.43.6
Colorado3.83.03.6
Connecticut7.20.03.1
Delaware10.66.53.6
District of Columbia11.35.01.8
Florida2.46.75.1
Georgia7.66.55.7
Hawaii7.71.85.1
Idaho15.710.24.2
Illinois5.31.53.9
Indiana14.20.03.6
Iowa17.84.86.9
Kansas10.21.32.4
Kentucky5.81.03.2
Louisiana9.17.06.0
Maine12.21.22.1
Maryland2.31.24.0
Massachusetts15.21.65.1
Michigan16.19.84.5
Minnesota12.92.25.5
Mississippi8.16.93.6
Missouri7.02.43.2
Montana6.11.24.4
Nebraska2.55.51.5
Nevada4.811.95.4
New Hampshire9.43.52.5
New Jersey4.56.01.9
New Mexico13.49.06.5
New York11.17.83.9
North Carolina8.03.62.2
North Dakota13.51.42.5
Ohio9.47.23.8
Oklahoma12.83.94.4
Oregon11.29.23.9
Pennsylvania21.55.34.6
Rhode Island5.610.45.8
South Carolina15.610.04.1
South Dakota12.85.24.4
Tennessee4.01.43.7
Texas17.11.43.8
Utah8.90.62.8
Vermont11.70.63.6
Virginia5.65.43.1
Washington9.32.13.4
West Virginia7.93.94.7
Wisconsin13.33.23.6
Wyoming13.87.61.9
        Please interpret with caution: estimate has a 95% confidence interval width exceeding 20 percentage points or 1.2 times the estimate and may not be reliable.
        Please interpret with caution: estimate has no sample variation, but this does not necessarily indicate a true population prevalence of 0 or 100.

Required citation: Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative. 2016-2017 National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) data query. Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent Health supported by Cooperative Agreement U59MC27866 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau (HRSA MCHB). Retrieved [mm/dd/yy] from www.childhealthdata.org. CAHMI: www.cahmi.org.

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