TABLE 3

Proportion of CSHCN Aged 12 to 17 Years Meeting the Transition Planning Core Outcome and Related Components According to Selected Sociodemographic Factors: United States, 2005–2006

Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Discussed Shift to Adult Provider (6.1a) (n = 4 585)Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Discussed Adult Health Care Needs (6.1b) (n = 13 171)Anyone Discussed Health Insurance (6.1c) (n = 11 162)Doctor or Other Health Care Provider Usually/Always Encourages YSHCN to Take Responsibility (6.2) (n = 18 062)Core Outcome Number 6: YSHCN Receive Services Necessary to Make Transition to Adult Life (n = 16 889)
% (SE)Pa% (SE)P% (SE)P% (SE)P% (SE)P
Total41.9 (1.2)62.4 (0.7)34.1 (0.8)78.0 (0.6)41.2 (0.7)
Gender
    Male39.1 (1.6).025058.1 (1.0).000033.1 (1.0).117076.4 (0.7).001038.8 (0.9).0000
    Female45.8 (1.9)68.0 (1.1)35.5 (1.2)80.2 (0.8)44.4 (1.0)
Age, y
    12–1435.8 (1.7).000061.9 (1.0).488031.5 (1.1).002076.0 (0.8).000041.9 (1.0).2640
    15–1747.0 (1.7)62.9 (1.0)36.2 (1.1)80.0 (0.8)40.5 (0.9)
Race/ethnicity
    Non-Hispanic white45.9 (1.5).000066.2 (0.8).000036.1 (0.9).000080.6 (0.6).000046.5 (0.8).0000
    Non-Hispanic black33.0 (2.8)57.0 (2.0)34.2 (2.0)73.2 (1.7)28.7 (1.7)
    Hispanic36.9 (3.7)47.7 (2.6)24.8 (2.2)70.4 (2.0)26.3 (2.2)
    All otherb47.8 (4.9)65.1 (2.9)31.7 (2.8)73.8 (2.4)38.7 (2.6)
Primary language in home
    English42.3 (1.2).259062.5 (0.7).000035.0 (0.8).000078.6 (0.6).000042.2 (0.7).0000
    Not English36.9 (5.7)37.7 (4.0)15.0 (2.9)61.3 (3.8)12.6 (2.6)
Poverty status
     <100% of federal poverty levelc33.2 (2.7).000054.9 (1.7).000027.6 (1.7).000069.6 (1.6).000024.3 (1.5).0000
    100%–199% of federal poverty level38.4 (2.7)59.8 (1.7)29.7 (1.6)74.8 (1.4)33.7 (1.5)
    200%–399% of federal poverty level46.4 (2.3)64.3 (1.4)36.0 (1.4)79.2 (1.0)43.5 (1.1)
    ≥400% of federal poverty level48.1 (2.3)68.1 (1.3)41.7 (1.6)84.0 (0.9)53.7 (1.2)
Impact on activities
    Always/usually/a great deal affected32.4 (2.2).000055.9 (1.5).000029.0 (1.4).000065.2 (1.3).000029.0 (1.3).0000
    Somewhat/moderately affected42.2 (1.9)62.4 (1.1)32.4 (1.2)78.7 (0.9)38.9 (1.0)
    Never affected50.0 (2.1)67.9 (1.2)41.0 (1.4)86.0 (0.7)52.2 (1.1)
Medical homed
    Yes56.3 (1.9).000076.7 (1.0).000047.4 (1.3).000088.8 (0.6).000056.7 (1.0).0000
    No33.2 (1.5)52.2 (1.0)26.0 (1.0)70.0 (0.9)28.8 (0.9)
Insurance coverage
    Yes41.4 (1.2).026063.5 (1.0).010037.2 (1.1).000080.8 (0.8).000042.1 (0.7).0000
    No55.8 (6.0)49.1 (5.1)18.9 (4.1)62.1 (4.6)18.2 (2.3)
  • 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 2005, 100% of federal poverty level was defined as $19 350 for a family of 4. For most households surveyed in 2006, 100% of federal poverty level was defined as $20 000 for a family of 4.

  • d Meets MCHB criteria for a medical home.