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Derivation of the sample.
BH by age. *1, negative modifier; 3, screen no modifier; 4, well-child visit no screen; 5, no well-child visit and no screen.
Group Characteristics, n = 390 383 in FY 2009: Percent
↵a P < .0001 for all characteristics using χ2 statistics.
↵b Modifier used to code whether a BH issue was or was not identified.
BH History (n=285 244): Percent
↵c Claims with CPT codes 90801–90899.
↵d CPT codes 96100–96103, 96105, 96111, 96115–96120, 96125, 96150–96155.
↵e Healthcare Common Procedural H codes plus S9484 and S9485 (crisis intervention) and T1027, T1017, and T2022 codes (family counseling and case management).
Comparisons of Children With Positive Modifiers,a With and Without BH History (n = 13 124): Percent
↵a Modifier used to code whether a BH issue was or was not identified.
↵b P < .0001 for all characteristics using χ2 statistics.
Predictors of Positive Modifiera on BH Screen in Children With Modifiers (n = 103 413)
↵b Race/ethnicity missing/unknown data were imputed using SAS PROCMI program.
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