Table 2.1.

Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action

Table 2.1. Percent of non-institutionalized adults 18 and over with diabetes who reported having important diabetes tests or health services in the past year, age adjusted, by State, 2001

Examination TypeHemoglobin A1c test at least onceaHemoglobin A1c test at least twiceaRetinal eye examinationaFoot examinationaInfluenza vaccination adults 18-64 a
StatePercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSE
National Average79.41.161.11.366.71.264.61.237.41.2
Best In Class Average95.61.383.02.479.62.481.32.559.04.4
Alabama82.34.572.0+4.759.35.168.14.236.95.4
Alaska92.64.071.36.253.77.165.27.750.29.1
Arizona79.05.349.26.968.55.565.16.616.5-3.3
Arkansas80.36.855.76.262.66.247.7-6.144.97.2
California73.84.547.6-4.964.44.760.64.834.95.0
Colorado82.56.161.47.865.46.950.1-7.322.4-5.6
Connecticut90.6+1.668.74.177.14.369.73.938.44.3
DelawareDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC35.46.3
District of Columbia82.25.857.57.776.25.473.76.344.98.6
Florida77.54.461.14.973.94.362.64.632.85.3
Georgia85.93.370.5+4.070.43.763.34.330.44.5
Hawaii98.50.789.34.575.27.281.35.864.49.7
Idaho87.4+2.859.24.856.8-4.757.94.638.54.9
IllinoisDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC37.310.8
IndianaDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC34.04.8
Iowa85.24.465.85.676.44.868.35.255.16.5
Kansas85.44.263.64.964.84.861.94.844.05.7
Kentucky86.2+2.767.64.571.13.660.54.135.74.3
LouisianaDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC25.0-3.9
Maine85.14.664.76.782.33.572.65.950.97.6
MarylandDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC40.76.1
Massachusetts85.43.069.04.266.54.561.54.444.85.5
Michigan74.54.955.85.262.34.765.24.926.6-4.1
Minnesota97.31.183.43.275.95.387.23.349.58.1
MississippiDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC27.7-4.2
MissouriDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC35.85.3
Montana75.26.751.17.053.8-6.373.06.857.67.9
Nebraska85.66.675.17.080.45.668.37.556.69.7
Nevada90.82.969.87.950.2-7.774.86.223.0-4.7
New Hampshire87.24.166.95.474.74.869.75.341.15.7
New Jersey73.65.463.05.466.65.260.15.234.56.2
New Mexico79.74.056.55.869.85.379.14.136.16.5
New York85.73.674.24.567.95.167.95.033.75.1
North CarolinaDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC47.66.0
North Dakota92.63.877.06.467.37.471.56.956.18.7
Ohio74.85.556.85.672.34.357.25.434.75.9
Oklahoma84.93.761.25.064.04.870.34.549.85.4
OregonDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC41.77.7
Pennsylvania88.63.867.76.172.35.476.64.843.06.6
Rhode Island84.54.873.85.371.65.276.84.856.86.4
South Carolina76.15.562.15.459.25.169.74.947.05.9
South Dakota89.63.273.84.274.54.370.14.652.85.7
Tennessee73.04.852.15.666.75.164.35.046.96.4
Texas73.03.958.24.058.13.961.63.942.04.5
Utah86.16.573.16.963.57.475.26.840.08.0
Vermont92.13.079.34.965.36.674.95.650.37.8
Virginia75.85.560.15.763.75.868.05.438.46.3
Washington88.53.465.85.069.75.069.04.849.66.0
West Virginia77.65.757.06.454.0-5.763.65.429.25.7
Wisconsin88.74.670.65.782.53.178.25.347.87.1
Wyoming64.0-6.749.66.759.06.849.9-6.340.37.2

a Measure is age adjusted
DNC - Data system does not collect data for this population.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey.

+ Indicates that the State percent is significantly above the national average (P<0.05).
- Indicates that the State percent is significantly below the national average (P<0.05).
Indicates that the State percent is not significantly different from the best in class average (P<0.05).

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Current as of August 2008
Internet Citation: Table 2.1.: Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action. August 2008. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/diabguide/diabqguidetab2.1.html