TABLE 2.

Study Outcomes According to Group Assignment

OutcomeCase Management (n = 139)Control (n = 136)P
Child obtained health insurance coverage, %9657<.0001
    Continuously insured7830<.0001
    Sporadically insured*1827<.0001
Child continuously uninsured, %443<.0001
Mean time to obtain insurance, d, mean ± SD87.5 ± 68134.8 ± 102.4<.009
Parental satisfaction with process of obtaining child’s insurance, %
    Very satisfied8029<.0001
    Satisfied1241
    Uncertain54
    Dissatisfied213
    Very dissatisfied114
Mean parental satisfaction score for process of obtaining child’s insurance (5-point Likert scale), mean ± SD§1.33 ± 0.772.40 ± 1.40<.0001
  • * Obtained but then lost health insurance coverage.

  • Regardless of whether child was insured or continuously uninsured; data were collected at the final 1-year follow-up contact.

  • By Wilcoxon 2-sample test, Kruskal-Wallis test, and Cochran-Armitage trend test.

  • § Where 1 = very satisfied, 2 = satisfied, 3 = uncertain, 4 = dissatisfied, and 5 = very dissatisfied.