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MEPS HC-173: 2014 Preventive Care Self-Administered Questionnaire File
Release date: December 2016

This public use file provides information on preventive health care data collected for calendar year 2014 and is released as an ASCII file (with related SAS, SPSS, and STATA programming statements) and a SAS transport dataset. The 2014 Preventive Care Self-Administered Questionnaire (PSAQ), a paper-and-pencil questionnaire was fielded during Panel 18 Round 5 of the 2014 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS). The survey was designed to collect a variety of person-level preventive health care data for adults. A subset of adults age 35 and older as of the Round 5 interview date (AGE53X >= 35) in MEPS households were asked to complete a PSAQ. The questionnaires were administered in early 2015.

Documentation PDF (195 KB) / HTML
Codebook PDF (107 KB) / HTML*
SAS Programming Statements TXT (39 KB)
SPSS Programming Statements TXT (13 KB)
STATA Programming Statements TXT (17 KB)

Data File, ASCII format ZIP (54 KB) / EXE (198 KB)
Data File, SAS transport format ZIP (85 KB) / EXE (216 KB)

Questionnaires — see Survey Questionnaires
*The PDF version of the codebook is recommended for printing; the HTML version is database driven and lets you navigate quickly to details on each variable.
**Right-click on the data file link, then select Save Target As or Save Link As to download the file.

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