Effect of Massachusetts Health Reform on Chronic Disease Outcomes
Version of Record online: 16 JUL 2014
© Health Research and Educational Trust
Health Services Research
Volume 49, Issue S2, pages 2086–2103, December 2014
How to Cite
Stryjewski, T. P., Zhang, F., Eliott, D. and Wharam, J. F. (2014), Effect of Massachusetts Health Reform on Chronic Disease Outcomes. Health Services Research, 49: 2086–2103. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12196
- Issue online: 20 NOV 2014
- Version of Record online: 16 JUL 2014
|hesr12196-sup-0001-AuthorMatrix.pdf||application/PDF||1173K||Appendix SA1: Author Matrix.|
Appendix SA2: Uninsured Patients Who Received Insurance in the First Year after MHR.
Appendix SA3: (I) Patients with Severe Disease at Baseline: (Disease Severity in the Highest Two Quintiles at Study Entry); (II) Patients with Severe Disease at Baseline (At Least One Measurement of Total Cholesterol >240, A1C >9, Systolic Blood Pressure >160 during the Baseline Period).
Appendix SA4: (I) Outcomes of All Patients with Hyperlipidemia, Diabetes, or Hypertension: 1 : 1 Propensity Match; (II) Outcomes of All Patients with Hyperlipidemia, Diabetes, or Hypertension: 1 : 3 Propensity Match.
Appendix SA5: (I) Proportion of Patients Contributing Outcome Data by Quarter and Chronic Disease; (II) Mean Number of Outcome Measurements Contributed per Patient by Year and Chronic Disease.
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