Matched cohort study of healthcare resource utilization and costs in young children of mothers with postpartum depression in the united states.

Matched cohort study of healthcare resource utilization and costs in young children of mothers with postpartum depression in the united states. J Med Econ. 2019 Oct 10;:1 Authors: Moore Simas TA, Huang MY, Packnett ER, Zimmerman NM, Moynihan M, Eldar-Lissai A Abstract Objective: To assess healthcare resource utilization (HRU) and costs in children of mothers with and without postpartum depression (PPD). Methods: Administrative claims data from the IBM Watson Health MarketScan® Databases (2010-2016) were used. Women with live births (index date = delivery date) were identified and linked to their newborns. The mother-child pairs were divided into PPD and non-PPD exposure cohorts based on claims for depression, mood or adjustment disorders, or anxiety identified in the mother between 15 to 365 days after delivery. Mother-child pairs with PPD exposure were propensity score matched 1:3 to mother-child pairs without PPD exposure. Children were required to have 24 months of continuous health plan enrolment following delivery. Additional comparisons were performed between mother-child pairs with and without preterm delivery. Results: Overall, 33,314 mother-child pairs with PPD exposure were propensity score matched to 102,364 mother-child pairs without PPD exposure. During the 24-month follow-up period, HRU across most service categories was significantly higher among children in the PPD exposure cohort than non-PPD exposure cohort. Among outpa...
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Source: Child Psychiatry and Human Development - Category: Child Development Authors: Tags: Child Psychiatry Hum Dev Source Type: research
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