Women With Diabetes: Quality of Health Care, 2004-2005

Table 1a. Adults age 18 and over who have a specific source of ongoing care, by diagnosed diabetes status, United States, 2004

Total | With diabetes | Without diabetes

Total

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   22,317 214,543 77.1 0.5
Age 18-44 11,717 109,822 67.7 0.7
45-64 7,075 69,877 83.6 0.6
65 and over 3,525 34,844 93.9 0.5
Gender Male 10,104 103,302 70.9 0.6
Female 12,213 111,241 82.9 0.5
Race White only 17,544 175,371 78.0 0.5
Black only 3,196 24,411 71.5 1.0
Other 1,577 14,761 76.2 1.5
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 16,977 187,427 79.8 0.5
Non-Hispanic, White 12,414 149,607 81.4 0.5
Non-Hispanic, Black 3,099 23,708 71.7 1.0
Hispanic, all races 5,340 27,116 58.9 1.3
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 12,007 133,932 79.9 0.5
Public only 2,622 16,168 79.2 1.2
Uninsured 4,163 29,598 44.0 1.3
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only 1,019 10,022 91.1 1.2
Medicare and private 1,840 20,528 95.6 0.6
Medicare and other public 634 4,045 94.3 1.1
Family incomeb Negative/poor 3,901 23,169 68.3 1.2
Near poor/low 4,932 37,352 72.4 0.9
Middle 6,511 67,979 75.9 0.8
High 6,973 86,043 82.6 0.6
Educationc Less than high school 6,106 40,354 71.3 0.8
High school graduate 7,039 68,978 76.5 0.6
At least some college 8,992 104,007 79.9 0.6
Residence location Metropolitan-large 12,013 116,368 74.5 0.7
Metropolitan-small 6,152 60,913 79.9 0.9
Micropolitan 2,603 23,807 80.3 1.5
Noncore 1,549 13,456 81.9 1.7
Preferred language Other 4,269 23,410 59.1 1.5
English 18,045 191,094 79.4 0.5

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With diabetes

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,619 13,807 95.6 0.5
Age 18-44 251 2,003 89.4 2.2
45-64 728 6,147 95.5 0.8
65 and over 640 5,658 97.9 0.6
Gender Male 679 6,572 95.3 0.9
Female 940 7,235 95.8 0.7
Race White only 1,202 10,772 96.0 0.6
Black only 315 2,058 94.9 1.3
Other 102 977 92.7 3.0
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 1,252 12,087 96.0 0.6
Non-Hispanic, White 852 9,135 96.6 0.7
Non-Hispanic, Black 308 2,023 95.0 1.3
Hispanic, all races 367 1,721 92.7 1.5
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 555 5,671 96.2 0.9
Public only 287 1,637 92.5 2.0
Uninsured 137 841 82.1 3.8
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only 160 1,550 98.8 0.7
Medicare and private 301 3,069 98.4 0.8
Medicare and other public 169 965 96.7 1.6
Family incomeb Negative/poor 367 1,951 91.8 1.8
Near poor/low 420 3,321 94.3 1.3
Middle 440 3,991 96.4 0.9
High 392 4,545 97.5 0.8
Educationc Less than high school 619 4,066 94.7 0.9
High school graduate 512 4,881 96.0 0.9
At least some college 472 4,760 95.9 0.9
Residence location Metropolitan-large 750 6,569 94.7 0.8
Metropolitan-small 506 4,295 96.0 0.9
Micropolitan 228 1,868 98.2 0.9
Noncore 135 1,076 94.9 2.1
Preferred language Other 253 1,311 90.7 2.2
English 1,366 12,496 96.1 0.5

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Without diabetes

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   20,698 200,735 75.9 0.5
Age 18-44 11,466 107,819 67.3 0.7
45-64 6,347 63,730 82.5 0.7
65 and over 2,885 29,187 93.1 0.5
Gender Male 9,425 96,729 69.3 0.7
Female 11,273 104,006 82.0 0.5
Race White only 16,342 164,599 76.8 0.6
Black only 2,881 22,353 69.3 1.1
Other 1,475 13,784 75.1 1.5
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 15,725 175,341 78.7 0.5
Non-Hispanic, White 11,562 140,472 80.4 0.6
Non-Hispanic, Black 2,791 21,685 69.5 1.1
Hispanic, all races 4,973 25,395 56.6 1.3
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 11,452 128,261 79.1 0.6
Public only 2,335 14,531 77.7 1.3
Uninsured 4,026 28,757 42.9 1.3
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only 859 8,472 89.7 1.4
Medicare and private 1,539 17,460 95.1 0.7
Medicare and other public 465 3,080 93.6 1.3
Family incomeb Negative/poor 3,534 21,218 66.1 1.3
Near poor/low 4,512 34,030 70.3 1.0
Middle 6,071 63,989 74.6 0.8
High 6,581 81,498 81.7 0.6
Educationc Less than high school 5,487 36,289 68.6 0.9
High school graduate 6,527 64,097 75.1 0.7
At least some college 8,520 99,247 79.2 0.7
Residence location Metropolitan-large 11,263 109,799 73.3 0.7
Metropolitan-small 5,646 56,617 78.7 0.9
Micropolitan 2,375 21,939 78.8 1.6
Noncore 1,414 12,380 80.8 1.9
Preferred language Other 4,016 22,099 57.2 1.5
English 16,679 178,598 78.2 0.5

a Adults with DSDIA53=1 are defined as with diabetes, DSDIA53=-1 as without diabetes.
b Negative/poor refers to household incomes below the Federal poverty line; near poor/low, over the poverty line to just below 200 percent of the poverty line; middle, 200 percent to just below 400 percent of the poverty line; and high, 400 percent of the poverty line and over.
c Less than high school refers to fewer than 12 years of education; high school graduate, 12 years of education; and at least some college, more than 12 years of education.
* Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.
Key: SE: standard error.
Source:  Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Financing, Access, and Cost Trends, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey.

Page last reviewed October 2014
Internet Citation: Table 1a. Adults age 18 and over who have a specific source of ongoing care, by diagnosed diabetes status, United States, 2004. October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/women-and-diabetes-2004-2005/wmdiabapbtab1a.html