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

Table 24b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who received an influenza vaccination in the past 12 months, by gender, United States, 2005

Total | Women | Men

Total

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   2,554 15,960 46.8 1.1
Age 18-44 350 2,632 29.7 3.3
45-64 1,157 7,492 38.0 1.6
65 and over 1,047 5,837 65.9 1.7
Race White only 1,932 12,716 49.5 1.3
Black only 497 2,464 33.1 2.7
Other 125 780 47.2 5.4
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 420 1,872 34.7 2.7
Non-Hispanic, all races 2,134 14,088 48.4 1.2
Non-Hispanic, White 1,557 11,056 51.8 1.5
Non-Hispanic, Black 497 2,457 33.2 2.7
Non-Hispanic, Other 80 575 48.9 6.6
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 884 6,433 37.1 2.0
Public 381 2,070 42.6 2.9
Uninsured 242 1,621 22.0 3.5
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 544 3,274 69.6 2.2
Medicare and public 216 1,024 66.3 3.6
Medicare only 287 1,539 57.7 3.4
Family incomeb Negative/poor 471 2,108 39.4 2.6
Near poor/low 706 3,914 47.5 2.0
Middle 757 5,054 47.9 2.0
High 620 4,885 48.3 2.3
Educationc Less than high school 729 3,920 47.4 2.1
High school graduate 765 5,018 46.1 2.0
At least some college 1,038 6,872 46.8 1.7

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Women

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,426 8,179 49.7 1.6
Age 18-44 205 1,381 33.3 4.2
45-64 618 3,645 42.8 2.5
65 and over 603 3,153 64.8 2.3
Race White only 1,051 6,369 52.8 1.8
Black only 302 1,398 35.9 3.8
Other 73 412 47.8 7.2
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 250 1,014 38.8 3.6
Non-Hispanic, all races 1,176 7,165 51.2 1.8
Non-Hispanic, White 827 5,462 55.3 2.0
Non-Hispanic, Black 304 1,404 35.9 3.7
Non-Hispanic, Other * 298 * *
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 447 2,977 46.5 3.1
Public 236 1,191 37.0 3.7
Uninsured 140 857 22.8 4.3
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 294 1,635 68.2 3.2
Medicare and public 132 588 65.1 5.0
Medicare only 177 930 58.8 4.1
Family incomeb Negative/poor 324 1,344 41.6 3.3
Near poor/low 445 2,317 48.6 2.9
Middle 384 2,435 50.3 2.7
High 273 2,084 55.4 3.5
Educationc Less than high school 449 2,221 49.7 2.8
High school graduate 434 2,666 48.5 2.6
At least some college 530 3,207 50.6 2.7

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Men

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,128 7,782 43.8 1.6
Age 18-44 145 1,251 25.7 4.6
45-64 539 3,847 33.4 2.3
65 and over 444 2,684 67.1 2.5
Race White only 881 6,347 46.0 1.8
Black only 195 1,066 29.6 3.6
Other 52 368 46.4 8.2
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 170 858 29.8 4.1
Non-Hispanic, all races 958 6,923 45.5 1.8
Non-Hispanic, White 730 5,594 48.4 2.0
Non-Hispanic, Black 193 1,053 29.7 3.6
Non-Hispanic, Other * 277 * *
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 437 3,455 29.1 2.5
Public 145 878 50.2 4.9
Uninsured 102 764 21.2 5.4
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 250 1,638 71.0 3.0
Medicare and public 84 436 67.9 5.5
Medicare only 110 609 56.0 5.8
Family incomeb Negative/poor 147 764 35.6 4.6
Near poor/low 261 1,597 46.0 3.4
Middle 373 2,619 45.7 2.8
High 347 2,801 43.1 3.1
Educationc Less than high school 280 1,698 44.4 3.4
High school graduate 331 2,353 43.4 3.2
At least some college 508 3,665 43.5 2.4

a Adults with DIBEV=1 are defined as with 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:  for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Health Interview Survey. 

Page last reviewed October 2014
Internet Citation: Table 24b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who received an influenza vaccination in the past 12 months, by gender, United States, 2005. October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/women-and-diabetes-2004-2005/wmdiabapbtab24b.html