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medical expenditure panel surveyの例文

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  • The budget also supports the collection of information on health care spending and use through the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project ( HCUP ) and Medical Expenditure Panel Survey ( MEPS ).
  • The Medical Expenditure Panel Survey is commonly the subject of analysis in articles on health policy and health services in research journals such as Health Affairs, JAMA, Health Services Research, and the New England Journal of Medicine.
  • The current publicly available Medical Expenditure Panel Survey-Household Component data set consists of six files which describe the demographics and characteristics of the survey population and eight event-level files which capture all interactions with the U . S . medical system.
  • The Medical Expenditure Panel Survey can be used for a wide range of topics related to the U . S . healthcare system, including Access to Care, Children's Health, Chronic Conditions, Health Insurance, Health Disparities, Women's Health, Prescription Drugs, Individuals with Disabilities, and the Elderly.
  • In 2003, data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey showed that only 9.5 % of Americans with Medicare coverage had no prescription drug expenses, while 61.6 % had prescription drug expenses up to $ 2, 083, and 28.9 % of those on Medicare had expenses higher than $ 2, 084.