National Medical Care Expenditure Survey, 1977 (ICPSR 8325)
Published: Feb 16, 1992
This study obtained data from respondents on their insurance status and on health services use and expenditures for 1977. The first dataset is person based and provides data on population characteristics, health status, access to care, health insurance coverage, and personal and family use, expenditures and sources of payment for medical and related services. The remaining four datasets are event based and provide variables related to hospital inpatient care, ambulatory physician and nonphysician care, and ambulatory dental care.
Date of Collection
1977 -- 1978
Data Collection Notes
Event-based datasets for Parts 2 through 5 may be linked to person-level data in Part 1 by means of unique person identification numbers contained in each dataset. Other data files from the NATIONAL MEDICAL CARE EXPENDITURE SURVEY, 1977 have been released by the ICPSR for public use. These include NATIONAL MEDICAL CARE EXPENDITURE SURVEY, 1977: HEALTH INSURANCE/EMPLOYER SURVEY, BENEFIT DATA FOR THE PRIVATELY INSURED POPULATION UNDER AGE 65 (ICPSR 9076) and NATIONAL MEDICAL CARE EXPENDITURE SURVEY, 1977: HEALTH INSURANCE/EMPLOYER SURVEY DATA (ICPSR 8627). Information regarding private health insurance premiums of the United States population as a whole can be found in PART One of ICPSR 8627.
Original Release Date
Data in this collection are available only to users at ICPSR member institutions.
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