During 2012–2014, 3.9% of children and adolescents aged 0–17 years had no usual place of health care compared with 6.7% during 1997–1999. From 1997–1999 to 2012–2014 the percentage of children and adolescents with no usual place of care declined for Hispanics (from 13.6% to 6.4%) and non-Hispanic blacks (from 8.1% to 3.8%). The change for non-Hispanic whites from 4.4% during 1997–1999 to 2.7% during 2012–2014 was not statistically significant. Hispanic children and adolescents were more likely than non-Hispanic white or non-Hispanic black children and adolescents to have no usual place of health care during 1997–2014.
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