Health Care Utilization and Costs Among Transition-Age Young Adult Medicare Beneficiaries With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Date Presented 3/30/2017

Our study of Medicare claims found that young adults with autism spectrum disorder (N > 5,500) experienced low rates of preventive and occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy service use and high rates of emergency department use. There is a need for wellness and preventive services, creating opportunities for OT to develop interventions to improve care.

Primary Author and Speaker: Teal W. Benevides

Contributing Authors: Henry Carretta, Katelyn Graves

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