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Legend: Washington State Convention Center = CC, Sheraton Seattle = S, Grand Hyatt = GH and The Conference Center = TCC
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358 Tue, 8/11/2015, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-304
Disparities and Other Important Issues in Health Policy Research — Contributed Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section
Chair(s): Tanya P. Garcia, Texas A&M University
10:35 AM Improving Response Rates and Representation of Spanish-Preferring Patients in Surveys Assessing Provider Quality: Results from a Randomized Experiment of National Disenrollment Survey Marc Elliott, RAND Corporation ; Ann Haas, RAND Corporation ; Megan Beckett, RAND Corporation ; Cheryl Damberg, RAND Corporation
10:50 AM Making Better Decisions About Health Disparity Measurement: Slope Index of Inequality Confidence Interval Width Depends More on Number of Groups Than Overall Sample Size Stuart Gansky, UC San Francisco ; Nancy F. Cheng, UC San Francisco ; Gloria C. Mejia, Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health ; Wael Sabbah, King's College London Dental Institute ; Eduardo Bernabé, King's College London Dental Institute
11:05 AM The Concentration of Health Care Expenditures in the U.S. and Predictions of Future Spending Steven Cohen, AHRQ
11:20 AM Location, Location, Location: Leveraging Interactive Maps, Administrative and Census Data to Find and Describe the Remaining Eligible for Coverage in the ACA Marketplaces Brett Fried, SHADAC/University of Minnesota ; Elizabeth Lukanen, SHADAC/University of Minnesota ; Karen Turner, SHADAC/University of Minnesota
11:35 AM Spatial Patterns of Emergency Department Use for Low Severity Conditions Among Medicare Beneficiaries in 2012 Colleen Kummet, General Dynamics Information Technology ; Michelle Roozeboom-Baker, General Dynamics Information Technology
11:50 AM Matching the National Hospital Care Survey and the National Death Index Shaleah Levant, National Center for Health Statistics ; Monica Wolford, National Center for Health Statistics
12:05 PM A Bayesian Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Alcohol Use on HCV-Treatment Outcomes with a Comparison of Resampling Methods to Assess Uncertainty in Parameter Estimates Katherine Cauthen, Sandia National Laboratories ; Gregory Lambert, Sandia National Laboratories ; Patrick Finley, Sandia National Laboratories ; David Ross, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs ; Maggie Chartier, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs ; Victoria J. Davey, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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