TABLE 3

Proportion of YSHCN, Ages 12 to 18, Meeting the Transition Core Outcome and Individual Component Measures, According to Selected Sociodemographic Factors: United States, 2009–2010

Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Discussed Shift to Adult Provider When Needed (n = 4606)Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Discussed Adult Health Care Needs When Needed (n = 12 359)Anyone Discussed Health Insurance When Needed (n = 10 413)Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Usually/Always Encourages Youth to Take Responsibility When Needed (n = 17 050)Overall Core Outcome: Youth Receives Services Necessary to Make Transition to Adult Life (n = 16 222)
% (SE)Pa% (SE)Pa% (SE)P% (SE)P% (SE)P
Total43.9 (1.4)59.0 (0.8)35.0 (0.9)78.0 (0.6)40.0 (0.7)
Gender
 Male41.7 (1.8).00155.2 (1.1).00032.9 (1.1).00076.0 (0.8).00037.1 (0.9).000
 Female47.1 (2.1)63.7 (1.3)37.7 (1.4)80.6 (0.9)43.8 (1.1)
Age, y
 12–1436.3 (2.0).00057.3 (1.2).03232.1 (1.3).00076.0 (0.9).00040.7 (1.0).358
 15–1749.6 (1.8)60.5 (1.1)37.5 (1.2)79.9 (0.8)39.4 (1.0)
Race/Ethnicity
 Non-Hispanic white48.1 (1.6).53562.7 (0.9).07537.3 (1.0).08379.9 (0.7).00145.6 (0.8).034
 Non-Hispanic black35.8 (3.2)51.4 (2.3)35.4 (2.3)72.3 (1.8)28.2 (1.8)
 Hispanic33.7 (3.7)51.0 (2.8)26.4 (2.5)75.0 (2.1)25.3 (2.1)
 All otherb56.2 (4.7)61.5 (2.8)36.1 (3.3)77.9 (1.9)40.3 (2.8)
Primary language in home
 English45.0 (1.4).01260.4 (0.8).00035.9 (0.9).00078.5 (0.6).00041.3 (0.7).000
 Not English30.3 (6.1)40.1 (4.5)23.6 (4.3)69.8 (3.8)17.1 (3.4)
Poverty status
 <100% FPLc35.5 (2.9).00052.8 (1.9).00029.0 (1.9).00071.4 (1.5).00025.3 (1.6).000
 100%–199% FPL38.0 (3.2)53.5 (1.9)30.7 (1.9)75.6 (1.5)31.1 (1.5)
 200%–399% FPL45.3 (2.6)61.5 (1.5)37.6 (1.7)79.5 (1.1)43.4 (1.3)
 ≥400% FPL53.5 (2.3)66.2 (1.4)42.8 (1.7)82.5 (0.9)52.2 (1.2)
Impact on activities
 Always/usually/great deal affected38.2 (2.5).00052.6 (1.7).00029.9 (1.6).00063.5 (1.4).00025.5 (1.2).000
 Somewhat/moderately affected44.6 (2.1)59.2 (1.3)33.6 (1.3)80.9 (0.9)39.2 (1.1)
 Never affected49.1 (2.4)64.5 (1.4)42.5 (1.6)86.0 (0.8)52.0 (1.2)
Emotional, behavioral, or developmental conditions
 Yes39.3 (2.1).00051.5 (1.4).00028.7 (1.3).00068.1 (1.1).00028.9 (1.1).000
 No46.6 (1.7)63.4 (1.0)39.2 (1.1)83.5 (0.7)46.1 (0.9)
Medical home
 Yesd53.7 (2.2).00072.2 (1.2).00046.5 (1.4).00089.5 (0.6).00055.0 (1.0).000
 No38.6 (1.8)51.1 (1.1)28.8 (1.1)70.0 (0.9)29.2 (0.9)
Insurance coverage
 Private50.0 (1.8).00065.0 (1.0).00040.4 (1.2).00083.1 (0.7).00050.2 (0.9).000
 Public36.3 (2.4)52.5 (1.5)27.9 (1.5)72.3 (1.3)25.8 (1.2)
 Both45.4 (4.5)61.1 (3.0)45.0 (3.1)68.0 (2.5)33.3 (2.5)
 Uninsured24.0 (5.8)36.8 (4.6)22.2 (5.6)67.9 (3.7)19.6 (3.8)
  • a χ2 test of independence.

  • b All other includes respondents identified as Asian, Alaska Native, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, or Mixed Race.

  • c Based on the US Department of Health and Human Services poverty guidelines. For most households surveyed in 2009 and 2010, 100% of the poverty level was defined as $22 050 for a family of 4.

  • d Meets MCHB criteria for a medical home.