Managed Care and People With Disabilities Research Inventory. Managed Care and People With Disabilities Research Inventory : Table 19

02/01/1996

: Table 19

CONTACT PERSON NAME:   Ruth Stein
ORGANIZATION:   Albert Einstein University Medical Center
TELEPHONE:   (718) 918-5304
NAME OF STUDY:   Functional Consequences
PROJECT DIRECTOR/PI:   Ruth Stein
ORGANIZATION (if different than above):   Study data part of the National Child Health Assessment Project.
FUNDING SOURCE:   ASPE
PROJECT DATES:   September ’94 - May ‘96
RESEARCH QUESTIONS/GOALS:   Determining definitions of chronic illness and disability (including factors such as functional limitations, compensatory mechanisms, and increased use of health care services) as a way to identify children with disabilities, and implications of these compared to ADA standards.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF METHODS AND DATA:   Random-digit dialing surveys of both local and national populations (N = 1300), as well as populations in Arizona (N = about 1300, and samples are community and deliberate). In Arizona, looking at Title V children.
AVAILABILITY OF RESULTS:   Published in Pediatrics in 1993, Further results to be submitted to Pediatrics this spring. Children who meet ADA criteria have both single and multiple components of the above definitions.