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hesr12219-sup-0001-AuthorMatrix.pdfapplication/PDF1276KAppendix SA1: Author Matrix.
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Appendix SA2: Electronic Supplemental Material (ESM).

Appendix SA2-1: Supplementary Analyses.

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Appendix SA2-2: Tables.

Appendix Table 1: Transition Probabilities between Disability Benefit States, 2004–2008.

Appendix Table 2: Binomial and Multinomial Logistic Regression Models Predicting Selected Changes in Disability Benefit Status from a Baseline Year to a Subsequent Year, 2004–2008.

Appendix Table 3: Logistic Regression Model Predicting Death in a Calendar Year Based on Beneficiary Characteristics, 2004–2008.

Appendix Table 4: Logistic Regression Models Predicting Annual Enrollment in Medicaid and the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Program, 2004–2006.

Appendix Table 5: Generalized Linear Regression Models with Log Link and Gamma Distribution Predicting Annual Medicare and Medicaid Expenditures.

Appendix Table 6: Estimated Present Value, at Time of Initial Disability Benefit Award, of Average Cumulative Expenditures under the DI, SSI, Medicare, and Medicaid Programs for a Cohort of Disabled Adults, from Initial Award in 2000 to Death or Attainment of Age 65, under Alternative Assumptions Regarding Transition Probabilities, Probability of Death, and Increases in Health Care Costs.

Appendix Table 7: Estimated Present Value, at Time of Initial Disability Benefit Award, of Average Cumulative Expenditures under the DI, SSI, Medicare, and Medicaid Programs for a Cohort of Disabled Adults, from Initial Award in 2000 to Death or Attainment of Age 65, under Alternative Assumptions Regarding Rates of Discounting.

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