TABLE 3

The Adjusted Association Between Changes in a State’s Medicaid Eligibility Threshold for Parents and Child’s Receipt of a WCV

Probability (95% CI)aStratified Analysis by FPL Income Categories
<100% Probability (95% CI)a100% to <200% Probability (95% CI)a
Parental Medicaid eligibility thresholdb0.27 (0.058 to 0.48)0.13 (−0.11 to 0.36)0.38 (0.10 to 0.66)
  • Results represent the change in predicted probability of a WCV for every 10 percentage-point increase in the state parental eligibility threshold. Estimates are from a multivariable logistic regression of WCV receipt on Medicaid eligibility threshold. In addition to state and year fixed effects, covariates in the model included child sex, child age (y), parent sex, parent age (y), parent race, parent ethnicity, parent English-speaking status, parental smoking status, parental education level, parental structure of household, family income, family size, county poverty rate, county physician density, and county Metropolitan Statistical Area Status.

  • a Marginal predicted probability expressed in percentage points, calculated at the means of all other variables in model.

  • b In 10 percentage-point increments of FPL.