An Algorithm Using Administrative Data to Measure Adverse Childhood Experiences (ADM‐ACE)
Article discussing the development and methodology of an administrative data tool to measure adverse childhood experiences (ADM-ACE), which researchers applied to 2018 claims and enrollment data for the Tennessee Medicaid program (TennCare). Presents ADM-ACE statistics drawn from the Tennessee data, and outlines how measures of adverse childhood experiences were defined and applied in the study. Offers rural/urban comparisons for rates of ADM-ACE prevalence.
Laura E. Henkhaus, Gilbert Gonzales, Melinda B. Buntin
Health Services Research, 57(4), 963-972
Abuse and violence · Children and youth · Maternal health and prenatal care · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Tennessee