This is the program for the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Activity Details

351 Tue, 8/3/2010, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-221 (West)
Survey Methodology and Latent Variable Modeling, with Application to Health Policy — Contributed Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section
Chair(s): Joel Cohen, AHRQ
10:35 AM Survey Measurement of Complex Latent Constructs: An Example from the National Long Term Care Survey (NLTCS) Elena A. Erosheva, University of Washington
10:50 AM A Multiple Imputation Model for Ascertaining Chronic Disease Cases in Administrative Data: Application to Osteoporosis Lisa M. Lix, University of Saskatchewan ; Heather J. Prior, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy ; Chel Hee Lee, University of Saskatchewan ; Marina Yogendran, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
11:05 AM Group-Based Trajectory Modeling Extended to Account for Nonrandom Subject Attrition Amelia Haviland, RAND Corporation ; Daniel Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University ; Bobby Jones, Carnegie Mellon University
11:20 AM Hospital Length-of-Stay Modeling by Coxian Phase-Type Regression with Heterogeneity Xiaoqin Tang, Michigan State University ; Zhehui Luo, Michigan State University ; Joseph Gardiner, Michigan State University
11:35 AM Exact Sequential and Multistage Inference with Binary Response Iliana Ignatova, Cal Poly ; Don Edwards, University of South Carolina ; Roland C. Deutsch, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
11:50 AM An Experiment in Measuring Health Insurance Status and Type Dianne Rucinski, Institute for Health Research and Policy
12:05 PM The Design of the Canadian Child Restraint Survey Jean-Francois Lecuyer, Transport Canada ; Aline Chouinard, Transport Canada

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