Predictors of referral to the North Carolina Child Service Coordination Program among infants with orofacial clefts.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:North Carolina has several programs that identify high-risk women and children for needed services, including the Child Service Coordination Program (CSCP). This study determines CSCP referral rates among infants with orofacial clefts (OFCs) and predictors of CSCP referral. We hypothesized receiving Medicaid and maternity care coordination (MCC) services increases the likelihood of CSCP referral. DESIGN AND SETTING:For births between 1999 and 2002, data were matched from North Carolina Vital Statistics, Health Services Information System (MCC and CSCP data), and North Carolina Birth Defects Monitoring Program. Multivariate analysis was used to determine crude and adjusted odds ratios for sociodemographic variables to predict CSCP referral. PARTICIPANTS:A total of 644 mothers of live-born infants with OFCs in North Carolina were identified. RESULTS:About 45% of infants with OFCs were referred to the CSCP. Infants of mothers who were at least 30 years of age and mothers who had more than a high school education were significantly less likely to be referred to the CSCP. Compared with infants with OFCs whose mothers did not receive Medicaid, mothers who received Medicaid were 1.9 times more likely to be referred to the CSCP, and mothers who received Medicaid and MCC services were 2.3 times more likely. CONCLUSIONS:Receipt of Medicaid and MCC services and receipt of Medicaid alone were positively associated with CSCP referral. Future studies should examine the effects of the duration of MCC services and factors related to the timeliness of CSCP referral.

authors

Cassell CH,Meyer RE,Farel AM

doi

10.1597/05-198

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2007-01-01 00:00:00

pages

45-51

issue

1

eissn

1055-6656

issn

1545-1569

pii

05-198

journal_volume

44

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