- To examine time trends in disparities in low-income children's health insurance coverage and access to care by family immigration status.
- Children and adolescents are known to experience poor health care quality; some groups of children have poorer health care than others. We sought to examine trends over time in health care quality and disparities by race, Hispanic ethnicity, income, insurance, gender, rurality, and special health care needs.
- To examine trends in children's health access, utilization, and expenditures over time (2002–2009) by race/ethnicity, income, and insurance status/expected payer.
- The aim of this study was to determine if race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status (SES) were associated with the provision of anxiolysis and/or sedation among children undergoing laceration repair.
- The aim of this study was to explore the joint effect of race/ethnicity and insurance status/expected payer or income on children's health care quality.