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Effect of Public Health Care Access on Immigrant Children’s Health Outcome in Los Angeles Area

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My paper examines the effect of the public health care access on immigrant children’s health outcomes in the Los Angeles area. As of 2011, 44 percent of the California population under age 18 is immigrant children. Compared to children of the native, immigrant children are more likely to be uninsured and to rely on public programs such as Medicaid and SCHIP. Despite the role of immigrant children as a significant fraction of the entire work force in the future, systematic studies on the causal relationship between public health care programs and their health outcomes are rare. Do public health care programs improve immigrant children’s health outcome? Does their experience differ from native children? I use a longitudinal survey data, the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey from 2001 and 2008 to test the causal impact of the public health care access on immigrant children’s health outcomes.

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Lee, Soomi. "Effect of Public Health Care Access on Immigrant Children’s Health Outcome in Los Angeles Area" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, The Peabody Orlando, Orlando, Florida, Jan 03, 2013 <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p625055_index.html>

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Lee, S. , 2013-01-03 "Effect of Public Health Care Access on Immigrant Children’s Health Outcome in Los Angeles Area" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, The Peabody Orlando, Orlando, Florida Online <PDF>. 2014-12-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p625055_index.html

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Abstract: My paper examines the effect of the public health care access on immigrant children’s health outcomes in the Los Angeles area. As of 2011, 44 percent of the California population under age 18 is immigrant children. Compared to children of the native, immigrant children are more likely to be uninsured and to rely on public programs such as Medicaid and SCHIP. Despite the role of immigrant children as a significant fraction of the entire work force in the future, systematic studies on the causal relationship between public health care programs and their health outcomes are rare. Do public health care programs improve immigrant children’s health outcome? Does their experience differ from native children? I use a longitudinal survey data, the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey from 2001 and 2008 to test the causal impact of the public health care access on immigrant children’s health outcomes.


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