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Appendix A Background Papers Health and Related Issues Measurement of Health and Disease: A Transitional Perspective Kenneth G. Manton, Center for Demographic Studies, Duke University Economic Data and the Analysis of Health Related Issues of the Elclerly John A. Menefee, Wyatt Company Maintenance of Health Prevention of Disease: A Psychosocial Perspective Lisa Berkman, Department of Epidemiology, Medicine Yale School of Statistical Methodology for Policy Analysis Health Indicators for an Aging Population Laurence G. Branch, Department of Social Medicine and Public Health, Harvard Medical School; Julius B. Richmond, Harvard University Division of Health Policy, Harvard Medical School; David E. Rogers, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Ronald W. Wilson, Division of Epidemiology ant] Health Promotion, National Center for Health Statistics; Mary M.E. Adams, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School 279
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280 AGING POPULATION IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Methodologic Issues in Linkage of Multiple Data Bases Fritz Scheuren, Internal Revenue Service Statistics for an Aging Population: Dealing With Uncertainty Michael A. Stoto, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Har- vard University Enprovement of Data Resources for Policy Analysis on Aging Coordination of Federal Statistics Related to the Elderly Katherine Waliman, Council of Professional Associations on Fed- eral Statistics Research for Tomorrow's Elderly George C. Myers, Center for Demographic Studies, Duke Uni- versity Data Needs for Policy Analysis of Long-Term Care Joan Van Nostrand, National Center for Health Statistics Lessons From Longitudinal Surveys Cligord Patrick, Social Security Administration Data Requirements for Long-Term Care Insurance Mark Meiners, National Center for Health Services Research State Data Issues for an Aging Population Chariene Barrington and Leslie Grant, Aging Health Policy Cen- ter, University of California, San Francisco