Table E.16. Services Received by Asthma Patients: % of All Adults Who Received Flu Shots and % of Adults With Asthma Who Received Flu Shots by States, DC and Territories, 2003

Asthma Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action

StateAll AdultsAll Adults with AsthmaP-value compared to national averageP-value compared to top decile average
Sample SizePercent (%)Standard Error (SE)Sample Size%SE
Total U.S.25702233.10.1692080740.30.635  
Top decile average2621741.20.362157853.31.5470.000 
Bottom decile average1518024.20.43697927.91.804  
Alabama333035.20.98326641.33.7410.7850.003
Alaska264634.21.29722145.714.6990.2510.126
Arizona322833.01.21629742.54.3710.6150.020
Arkansas419537.80.84532246.813.1420.0420.064
California447130.10.80439536.82.8530.2350.000
Colorado406135.30.83834843.73.0790.2840.005
Connecticut530536.80.75745345.32.6480.0680.009
Delaware403735.00.98432339.63.5190.8370.000
District of Columbia203833.41.35716131.84.3700.0540.000
Florida502631.90.99537041.64.0270.7580.006
Georgia763129.00.71856236.03.5030.2300.000
Hawaii432342.40.95925943.43.9290.4310.020
Idaho498932.70.80041337.52.9300.3530.000
Illinois526228.00.69242837.62.6780.3310.000
Indiana546132.70.70146840.02.5210.9030.000
Iowa499738.40.81130840.53.2440.9550.000
Kansas460935.40.81134537.42.9800.3470.000
Kentucky762032.30.81183837.52.5220.2880.000
Louisiana507032.30.75932543.13.2080.3990.004
Maine238737.61.09923546.413.6910.1020.086
Maryland443035.20.89034043.73.5400.3470.013
Massachusetts755234.50.70476443.12.3120.2390.000
Michigan354731.10.87432739.53.0620.7990.000
Minnesota386738.00.85925845.813.6400.1380.057
Mississippi440533.10.82531035.63.2860.1610.000
Missouri424735.51.03034238.93.5570.6990.000
Montana401836.81.02531452.913.6770.0010.926
Nebraska497138.10.77036151.613.0040.0000.607
Nevada296725.61.12019832.74.4150.0880.000
New Hampshire503333.70.75344243.32.7510.2800.002
New Jersey1126631.30.51482537.62.0040.1930.000
New Mexico548234.60.76238946.613.0850.0460.052
New York552732.90.73243944.32.6890.1500.004
North Carolina942333.90.77073441.32.8130.7190.000
North Dakota302137.40.97722149.613.7490.0140.365
Ohio381731.10.92130036.93.4460.3390.000
Oklahoma760240.00.65057944.12.4720.1400.002
Oregon400433.40.82738240.52.9040.9460.000
Pennsylvania365935.00.88430640.43.2890.9850.000
Rhode Island403839.30.91441746.12.9380.0550.030
South Carolina591035.00.72339248.713.0000.0060.171
South Dakota525746.00.81637056.013.6030.0000.495
Tennessee258536.11.08420937.13.7360.3990.000
Texas601032.50.69242838.02.8480.4310.000
Utah404434.50.98631135.63.4740.1830.000
Vermont424233.90.82834236.93.0550.2820.000
Virginia543434.70.89345039.43.3910.7890.000
Washington1859635.40.441178041.71.4650.3680.000
West Virginia334236.60.92530045.93.2250.0890.038
Wisconsin405136.10.91132843.53.3770.3570.008
Wyoming398936.00.84131255.013.1980.0000.633
Guam80027.51.8145831.36.9000.1940.002
Puerto Rico411420.10.80248525.632.4820.0000.000
Virgin Islands203719.61.2297718.836.4330.0010.000

Table E.16. Services Received by Asthma Patients: Percent of All Adults Who Received Flu Shots and Percent of Adults With Asthma Who Received Flu Shots by States, District of Columbia and Territories, 2003 (continued)

StateAdults Age 18-64Adults with Asthma Age 18-64Adults Age 65+Adults with Asthma Age 65+
Sample SizePercent (%)Standard Error (SE)Sample Size%SESample Size%SESample Size%SE
Total U.S.20038025.60.1771655433.50.6785465169.60.373410876.11.160
Top decile average1839133.30.427135244.41.654521177.70.65630588.61.727
Bottom decile average1503219.70.43279623.81.870290451.81.20333558.63.323
Alabama256027.41.07721533.84.11574170.21.8205076.46.083
Alaska234330.71.34318638.64.94728066.53.755N/SN/SN/S
Arizona236624.81.32220933.94.84983168.92.2868574.17.060
Arkansas320429.90.91926440.23.37796371.01.6085787.54.070
California357722.60.81631128.72.95587972.51.9318380.84.494
Colorado335529.40.88229238.93.31568374.21.9975378.76.370
Connecticut413727.90.80539039.52.791106874.31.5095684.15.496
Delaware321027.21.03626634.83.71679770.02.0895467.69.339
District of Columbia166027.31.43413524.74.05233363.03.137N/SN/SN/S
Florida354621.51.04125428.84.440142965.91.86411083.24.527
Georgia613323.10.75646031.63.890143267.01.6849865.46.602
Hawaii341734.81.05721941.04.28787976.41.815N/SN/SN/S
Idaho394325.50.85132831.33.129101870.31.6918572.15.639
Illinois426022.00.71535533.82.88899862.21.8077360.26.655
Indiana433225.70.73539133.62.693110366.11.5527676.65.324
Iowa370628.30.86623331.33.549126877.51.3447484.84.709
Kansas353227.40.87227730.43.146103870.81.5466677.15.715
Kentucky568724.70.87460429.52.817190069.11.49623272.04.232
Louisiana405925.30.79725936.63.53398768.31.6686574.75.909
Maine188528.61.15018439.34.04747674.82.1945080.46.153
Maryland358829.80.95627538.43.90077168.42.1196380.55.490
Massachusetts604325.50.74064136.52.462137174.91.47211284.73.421
Michigan270324.10.93725934.33.33982567.51.8486570.96.101
Minnesota303529.50.91221340.13.93183280.31.428N/SN/SN/S
Mississippi342325.60.88124430.43.55895169.01.6436560.86.845
Missouri312827.51.14927131.93.830108269.91.8976986.75.526
Montana310428.61.09024546.24.16688172.81.9286880.85.749
Nebraska371629.80.83927343.13.357123073.61.3528788.23.335
Nevada236319.31.13215627.84.69859960.02.995N/SN/SN/S
New Hampshire403825.60.78636836.72.96092273.91.6066584.84.847
New Jersey860523.40.54665531.32.128246967.21.13615970.64.224
New Mexico423626.90.81931039.73.292122572.41.4167981.74.514
New York434325.40.77136538.62.917111268.01.7307079.85.731
North Carolina714727.00.84854334.03.117220668.81.45718370.84.740
North Dakota226528.51.05616138.74.18672973.01.7685787.24.410
Ohio304923.00.93324730.43.60872968.02.1595072.78.449
Oklahoma565331.90.71345037.32.664191475.81.06712583.03.548
Oregon310525.70.87930434.43.19187470.51.7027571.45.879
Pennsylvania279727.00.95223733.63.60283169.11.7516968.46.415
Rhode Island315430.60.98935142.03.20283376.21.6725976.36.125
South Carolina464327.90.77030338.93.337121069.31.5328485.24.286
South Dakota382438.00.92425745.84.176139977.91.21611189.82.791
Tennessee206230.51.16216832.84.03951269.12.293N/SN/SN/S
Texas487926.70.73534931.53.049108267.71.5467575.95.286
Utah332128.91.03925630.73.71870474.82.1415277.67.450
Vermont330725.60.87229130.73.15691174.11.5395088.04.293
Virginia437828.50.96036532.93.777101769.61.8798467.86.722
Washington1464828.50.471143836.41.594392473.40.86433875.93.164
West Virginia252928.20.99723137.53.57680169.11.7786879.15.369
Wisconsin321628.30.96827034.33.57680572.11.8425685.14.700
Wyoming316628.80.89322646.23.74379772.61.7298287.34.200
Guam72924.61.8455328.27.0406459.76.909N/SN/SN/S
Puerto Rico314016.10.84338522.22.64596940.22.0819949.56.259
Virgin Islands172317.11.2906718.36.79127434.93.865N/SN/SN/S

Source: Medstat calculations from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2003, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

Notes: Estimates and standard errors have been weighted either to State or Nation as appropriate. Sample size varies across asthma measures because of varying applicability of questions to respondents and refusals.

N/C=Data Not Collected

N/S=Data Not Sufficient for Release (sample less than 50)

1 Indicates that the State estimate is not significantly different from the best in class average (P < 0.05).
2 Indicates that the State estimate is statistically better than the national average (P < 0.05).
3 Indicates that the State estimate is statistically worse than the national average (P < 0.05).

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Internet Citation: Table E.16. Services Received by Asthma Patients: % of All Adults Who Received Flu Shots and % of Adults With Asthma Who Received Flu Shots by States, DC and Territories, 2003: Asthma Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action. September 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/asthmaqual/asthmacare/table-e16.html