TABLE 3

Adjusted PRRs for Youth With and Without SHCNs, Ages 12–17, Meeting the Overall Health Care Transition Planning Measure and Individual Elements by Selected Sociodemographic Factors: United States, 2016

Overall Transition Measure: Youth Receives Services To Make Transition to Adult Health CareDoctor or Other HCP Discussed Shift to Adult Provider When NeededDoctor or Other HCP Actively Worked With Youth To Gain Skills or Understand Changes in Health CareYouth Had Time Alone With Their Doctor or Other HCP at Last Preventive Checkup
YSHCN, n = 5588Non-YSHCN, n = 14 094YSHCN, n = 5525Non-YSHCN, n = 13 832YSHCN, n = 5124Non-YSHCN, n = 12 238YSHCN, n = 5521Non-YSHCN, n = 13 897
PRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CIPRR95% CI
Sex
 Male0.830.64–1.021.090.89–1.280.910.79–1.030.940.87–1.010.930.86–1.000.970.90–1.030.960.84–1.071.211.09–1.32
 Female1.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
Age, y
 12–141.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
 15–172.391.73–3.051.871.49–2.251.521.30–1.751.381.28–1.491.111.03–1.201.101.02–1.181.501.30–1.691.461.31–1.61
Race and/or ethnicity
 White, non-Hispanic1.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
 Black or African American, non-Hispanic1.400.89–1.910.840.58–1.100.980.77–1.200.860.73–0.981.171.06–1.281.201.07–1.331.050.84–1.250.950.79–1.12
 Hispanic0.890.45–1.330.910.64–1.180.960.71–1.200.920.81–1.031.070.94–1.211.040.92–1.160.910.71–1.110.970.82–1.11
 Other, non-Hispanic1.150.76–1.541.010.78–1.241.010.84–1.191.020.91–1.121.040.93–1.151.111.00–1.231.060.88–1.240.870.74–1.00
Insurance type
 Private only1.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
 Public only0.770.48–1.061.150.85–1.440.860.65–1.060.960.84–1.080.940.83–1.041.010.89–1.130.920.75–1.101.110.94–1.28
 Private and public0.880.38–1.381.230.71–1.751.000.74–1.261.020.79–1.260.830.65–1.011.040.79–1.290.850.60–1.100.940.66–1.22
 Uninsured1.230.50–1.950.590.29–0.891.250.92–1.571.120.92–1.310.760.57–0.960.900.72–1.080.860.58–1.130.600.42–0.78
Highest household education level
 Less than high school0.910.20–1.611.100.52–1.671.010.61–1.421.150.98–1.321.110.90–1.331.110.89–1.331.120.67–1.560.830.53–1.12
 High school diploma or GED1.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
 Some college and/or technical school1.040.67–1.401.100.82–1.380.880.71–1.050.840.75–0.930.980.86–1.101.070.95–1.201.070.85–1.291.201.00–1.39
 College degree or higher0.990.63–1.340.980.75–1.210.820.65–0.990.700.62–0.770.960.85–1.080.990.88–1.101.220.98–1.461.311.10–1.52
Household poverty level, % FPL
 <100 1.220.70–1.740.870.59–1.151.280.95–1.611.070.89–1.251.020.87–1.170.950.78–1.120.940.72–1.160.830.64–1.01
 100–199 0.770.42–1.120.820.58–1.071.070.80–1.341.131.00–1.270.980.83–1.130.990.87–1.100.910.72–1.100.820.68–0.95
 200–399 1.050.70–1.400.860.68–1.031.110.90–1.311.111.01–1.201.060.95–1.160.970.89–1.130.870.73–1.010.900.80–1.01
 ≥400 1.001.001.001.001.001.001.001.00