Table 8F: HCBS Population Ages 18-64 Without I/DD or SMI

Assessing the Health and Welfare of the HCBS Population

Table 8: Outcome Indicators for the Home and Community-Based Services Population by Participant Attributes, 2005a

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Table 8F: HCBS Population Ages 18-64 Without I/DD or SMI

Outcome IndicatorWhite Only, Non-HispanicBlack Only, Non-HispanicHispanicOther Race or Multiple Races, Non-HispanicUnknown RaceMaleFemaleAges 18-64Ages 65-84Age 85+MSANon-MSA
Short-Term Complications of Diabetes513971403354628691585628ss580783
  Minsssssss74ssss
  Max1,9453,1621,1101,203s6,2751,7863,229ss2,4304,271
Asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease5,6094,6563,0362,1475,5113,4015,9154,892ss4,4426,298
  Minssssss1,746941ss944s
  Max11,15019,89029,26826,415s7,82313,60310,886ss9,62512,728
Congestive Heart Failure3,9657,6044,5953,0395,4464,7455,3325,093ss5,0325,264
  Minssssss1,2791,539ssss
  Max10,11322,63338,71025,000s13,92827,48622,149ss21,01814,198
Composite: Potentially Preventable Infection7,8286,5405,6564,9937,0857,6936,6247,059ss6,6898,202
  Minsssss2,8153,2983,702ss2,2734,373
  Max17,56518,13638,71024,549s20,05613,60314,693ss15,07217,208
    Bacterial Pneumonia4,5943,4823,0823,0244,2324,2313,8804,023ss3,7174,984
      Minsssss1,2512,0881,969ss1,136s
      Max8,8177,87415,58418,868s8,5279,3528,135ss8,5908,013
    Urinary Tract Infection3,2343,0582,5741,9702,8533,4622,7433,036ss2,9733,219
      Minsssss1,5649001,733ss1,1361,199
      Max10,11310,83138,71014,440s12,2567,5948,455ss8,41210,093
Infection Due to Device or Implant1,5182,2711,7041,1621,7121,7081,7701,744ss1,7561,708
  Minsssssss551ss928s
  Max5,4987,87430,76911,336s5,4505,9565,749ss5,9877,175
Dehydration1,7282,1181,2558161,8711,7551,7491,751ss1,6652,028
  Min450ssss707s473ssss
  Max3,9046,5459,86516,667s5,0144,9964,316ss3,7615,381
Composite: ACSC Chronic Conditions13,50618,62212,8628,47816,20012,90616,07114,782ss14,03417,119
  Minsssss1,0953,1752,127ss2,083s
  Max29,25539,78668,29362,500s26,18447,37839,035ss38,05332,996
Composite: ACSC Acute Conditions6,9565,3274,6964,4016,4506,0016,1766,105ss5,5697,780
  Minsssss2,3463,2983,127ss1,8942,913
  Max15,70213,60251,61323,105s15,59913,67912,915ss12,18314,730
Composite: ACSC Overall20,46123,94817,55612,87922,64318,90522,24620,885ss19,60224,898
  Minsssss3,4407,9375,672ss3,9776,993
  Max42,79951,45968,29375,000s41,78355,69650,219ss49,11547,727
Pressure Ulcer4,9505,9483,0512,7004,6157,2003,3274,903ss4,8335,101
  Min1,710ssss2,9441,0302,139ss2,151s
  Max19,02926,95226,01640,816s31,75511,57319,518ss19,24823,318
Injurious Falls1769868100152110156137ss109225
  Minssssssssssss
  Max57476974696s5701,279711ss525992
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Notes: 

ACSC = ambulatory care-sensitive condition; I/DD = intellectual and development disabilities; MSA = metropolitan statistical area; SMI = serious mental illness.

a. All outcome indicators expressed as potentially avoidable hospital stays per 100,000 persons in the HCBS population. HCBS population for outcome indicators excludes: individuals under age 18; people with only institutional use in a given quarter; people on managed care plans; and people in the States of Arizona, Maine, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Minimum (min) and maximum (max) defined as lowest rate and highest rate among States.

Dually eligible = dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. Eligibility for Medicare defined as inclusion in Medicare Denominator File.

Medicaid only = part of Medicaid HCBS population but not enrolled in Medicare.

HCBS subpopulations of I/DD, SMI, Under 65 Without I/DD or SMI, and 65+ are defined as in the Appendix.

s = Suppressed due to small cell size.

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Medicaid Analytic eXtract (MAX) data, and Medicare Provider Analysis and Review (MedPAR) data.

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Current as of December 2012
Internet Citation: Table 8F: HCBS Population Ages 18-64 Without I/DD or SMI: Assessing the Health and Welfare of the HCBS Population. December 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/long-term-care/resources/hcbs/hcbsfindings/hcbsfindtab8f.html