Table 2.3 Estimates of the Direct, Indirect and Total Cost Burden of Diabetes for 50 States and the District of Columbia, 2002

Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action

StatePopulation Estimates (in 1,000s)aDiabetes Prevalence (in 1,000s)bPercent of Population With DiabetesDirect Medical Cost of DiabetescIndirect Cost of DiabetesdTotal Cost Burden of Diabetes
United States288,36915,1395.2%$115,071,539,000$49,792,171,000$164,863,710,000
Alabama4,4873016.7%$2,287,901,000$989,989,000$3,277,890,000
Alaska644193.0%$144,419,000$62,491,000$206,910,000
Arizona5,4562494.6%$1,892,649,000$818,961,000$2,711,610,000
Arkansas2,7101565.8%$1,185,756,000$513,084,000$1,698,840,000
California35,1161,7955.1%$13,643,795,000$5,903,755,000$19,547,550,000
Colorado4,5071533.4%$1,162,953,000$503,217,000$1,666,170,000
Connecticut3,4611574.5%$1,193,357,000$516,373,000$1,709,730,000
Delaware807445.5%$334,444,000$144,716,000$479,160,000
District of Columbia571376.5%$281,237,000$121,693,000$402,930,000
Florida16,7131,0386.2%$7,889,838,000$3,413,982,000$11,303,820,000
Georgia8,5604545.3%$3,450,854,000$1,493,206,000$4,944,060,000
Hawaii1,245614.9%$463,661,000$200,629,000$664,290,000
Idaho1,341574.3%$433,257,000$187,473,000$620,730,000
Illinois12,6016465.1%$4,910,246,000$2,124,694,000$7,034,940,000
Indiana6,1593315.4%$2,515,931,000$1,088,659,000$3,604,590,000
Iowa2,9371394.7%$1,056,539,000$457,171,000$1,513,710,000
Kansas2,7161224.5%$927,322,000$401,258,000$1,328,580,000
Kentucky4,0932285.6%$1,733,028,000$749,892,000$2,482,920,000
Louisiana4,4832525.6%$1,915,452,000$828,828,000$2,744,280,000
Maine1,294715.5%$539,671,000$233,519,000$773,190,000
Maryland5,4582815.1%$2,135,881,000$924,209,000$3,060,090,000
Massachusetts6,4282874.5%$2,181,487,000$943,943,000$3,125,430,000
Michigan10,0505715.7%$4,340,171,000$1,878,019,000$6,218,190,000
Minnesota5,0191823.6%$1,383,382,000$598,598,000$1,981,980,000
Mississippi2,8722017.0%$1,527,801,000$661,089,000$2,188,890,000
Missouri5,6732935.2%$2,227,093,000$963,677,000$3,190,770,000
Montana909374.1%$281,237,000$121,693,000$402,930,000
Nebraska1,729744.3%$562,474,000$243,386,000$805,860,000
Nevada2,173974.5%$737,297,000$319,033,000$1,056,330,000
New Hampshire1,275554.3%$418,055,000$180,895,000$598,950,000
New Jersey8,5904395.1%$3,336,839,000$1,443,871,000$4,780,710,000
New Mexico1,855814.4%$615,681,000$266,409,000$882,090,000
New York19,1581,0255.4%$7,791,025,000$3,371,225,000$11,162,250,000
North Carolina8,3204625.6%$3,511,662,000$1,519,518,000$5,031,180,000
North Dakota634284.4%$212,828,000$92,092,000$304,920,000
Ohio11,4216745.9%$5,123,074,000$2,216,786,000$7,339,860,000
Oklahoma3,4941875.4%$1,421,387,000$615,043,000$2,036,430,000
Oregon3,5221604.5%$1,216,160,000$526,240,000$1,742,400,000
Pennsylvania12,3357175.8%$5,449,917,000$2,358,213,000$7,808,130,000
Rhode Island1,070514.8%$387,651,000$167,739,000$555,390,000
South Carolina4,1072636.4%$1,999,063,000$865,007,000$2,864,070,000
South Dakota761364.7%$273,636,000$118,404,000$392,040,000
Tennessee5,7973736.4%$2,835,173,000$1,226,797,000$4,061,970,000
Texas21,7801,1505.3%$8,741,150,000$3,782,350,000$12,523,500,000
Utah2,316733.2%$554,873,000$240,097,000$794,970,000
Vermont617264.2%$197,626,000$85,514,000$283,140,000
Virginia7,2943564.9%$2,705,956,000$1,170,884,000$3,876,840,000
Washington6,0692724.5%$2,067,472,000$894,608,000$2,962,080,000
West Virginia1,8021347.4%$1,018,534,000$440,726,000$1,459,260,000
Wisconsin5,4412254.1%$1,710,225,000$740,025,000$2,450,250,000
Wyoming499193.8%$144,419,000$62,491,000$206,910,000

a Source: Population Division, US Census Bureau; Release Date: December 20 2002. Table ST-EST2002-01 Available at: http://www.census.gov/popest/archives/2000s/vintage_2002/ST-EST2002-01.html.
b Source: CDC Diabetes Surveillance System. Available at: http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/DDTSTRS/StateSurvData.aspx
cThe estimated direct medical cost per person with diabetes is $7,601 in excess of the cost of people without diabetes, adjusting for age. American Diabetes Association (ADA) (2003). Economic costs of diabetes in the US in 2002. Diabetes Care 26(3):917-932.
d The estimated indirect cost per person with diabetes is $3,289. American Diabetes Association (ADA) (2003). Economic costs of diabetes in the US in 2002. Diabetes Care 26(3):917-932.

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Internet Citation: Table 2.3 Estimates of the Direct, Indirect and Total Cost Burden of Diabetes for 50 States and the District of Columbia, 2002: 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/diabqguidetab2.3.html