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Geographic Variation in Medicaid Claims for Dental Procedures in New York State: Role of Fluoridation Under Contemporary Conditions (Vol.125 no.5)

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Geographic Variation in Medicaid Claims for Dental Procedures in New York State: Role of Fluoridation Under Contemporary Conditions
 
Synopsis: We conducted an evaluation to determine if the number of claims reimbursed for caries-related procedures for children in the New York State Medicaid program varied by county fluoridation coverage.
 
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1. All of the following are examples of factors that may contribute to effective public health policy, as discussed in the introduction, except:*
2. What study design did the authors use?*
3. The authors employed a series of data analysis techniques ranging from descriptive to hypothesis testing, including all of the following except:*
4.The findings from various analyses supported an inverse relationship between the level of CWF in a county and claims for dental caries.All of the following statements support these findings except:*
5. Which of the following correctly summarizes a strength or limitation of this study?*