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Issue Brief No. 98
Supplementary Table 2a

Percentage of Families of Children With Special Health Care Needs That Have Medical Bill Problems, by Selected Family Characteristics, 2003

Percentage of Families with Special-Needs Child That Have Medical Bill Problems
Family Income
   Less than 100% of
   300% or More [R]
Family Stucture
   Single-Parent Family
   Two-Parent Family [R]
Insurance Coverage of Special-Needs Child
   Private Insurance [R]
   Public Insurance
Health of Special-Needs Child
   Excellent, Very Good or
   Good [R]
   Fair or Poor
Health of Adults in Family
   At Least One Adult with
   Chronic Condition or in
   Fair/Poor Health
   No Adult with Chronic
   Condition or in Fair/Poor
   Health [R]
* Difference from reference group [R] is statistically significant at p<.05.

Source: HSC Community Tracking Study Household Survey, 2003


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