Abbreviations:COI (Child Opportunity Index), ED (emergency department), ZIP (Zone Improvement Plan), CCC (complex chronic conditions), OR (odds ratio), aOR (adjusted odds ratio), NH (Non-Hispanic), Ref (reference category), CI (confidence interval)
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