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295 * Tue, 8/5/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-252A
Novel Applications of Statistics to Health Policy — Contributed Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section , Statistics Without Borders
Chair(s): Bob Gerzoff, CDC   
8:35 AM Who missed the fourth dose of DTaP among children in the United States? Zhen Zhao, CDC ; Philip J. Smith, CDC
8:50 AM Temporal Association Between Airborne Pollen and Suicide Attempts: Dallas County 2000--2003 Data Haekyung Jeon-Slaughter, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ; Cindy Claassen, University of North Texas Health Science Center ; David Kahn, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ; Perry Mihalakos, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ; Kevin Lee, Palo Alto HCS Veteran Affairs - Menlo Park Division ; Sherwood Brown, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
9:05 AM Risk Factors of Hospital Readmission: Flu Vaccination of Health Care Workers, Comorbid Illness, and Socioeconomic Status Maria Suprun, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ; Shunsuke Ito, HHC ; Raymond Gregory, HHC ; Van Dunn, HHC ; Ronald B. Low, HHC
9:20 AM Recognizing 'Trust' and 'Understanding' as Twin Pillars of Statistical Ethics Thomas Belin, University of California, Los Angeles
9:35 AM Comparison of Logistic Regression Model and CART Model: An Application in Studying Polytobacco Users in a Tri-Ethnic Sample Yang Lei, KU Medical Center ; Nikki Nollen, Kansas University Medical Center ; Qing Yu, Kansas University Medical Center ; Jianghua He, Kansas University Medical Center ; Matthew S. Mayo, Kansas University Medical Center
9:50 AM Model-Based Strategies for Oversampling Populations in Transition Steven Cohen, AHRQ
10:05 AM Multidimensional Health Disparity: Measurement and Inference Makram Talih, NCHS

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