Association between NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition for Primary Care Practices and Quality of Care for Children with Disabilities and Special Health Care Needs. APPENDIX B: Prevalence of Children with Special Health Care Needs in Louisiana, New Hampshire and Texas Fee-For-Service Medicaid Populations, 2010

01/01/2014

  Louisiana New Hampshire Texas
N % N % N %
All FFS Kids age 0-18 not residing in long-term care and/or IP facility for 90+ days     767,530     100.0%     95,909     100.0%     1,299,210     100.0%  
Disabled 42,881 5.6% 201 0.2% 119,706 9.2%
CDPS Condition Categories (includes children with disabilities)
   In at least one CDPS condition category 225,921 29.4% 28,749 30.0% 350,080 26.9%
   No CDPS condition category 541,609 70.6% 67,160 70.0% 949,130 73.1%
Disabled and CDPS status
   Disabled + CDPS condition category 26,805 3.5% 153 0.2% 79,854 6.1%
   Disabled + no CDPS condition 16,076 2.1% 48 0.1% 39,852 3.1%
   Non-disabled + CDPS condition category 199,116 25.9% 28,596 29.8% 270,226 20.8%
   Non-disabled + no CDPS condition 525,533 68.5% 67,112 70.0% 909,278 70.0%
CSHCN: disabled and/or in at least one CDPS condition category 241,997 31.5% 28,797 30.0% 389,932 30.0%

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