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

Table 25b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who had ever received a pneumococcal vaccination, by gender, United States, 2005

Total | Women | Men

Total

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   2,512 15,741 43.0 1.2
Age 18-44 340 2,564 23.2 2.9
45-64 1,140 7,410 33.9 1.7
65 and over 1,032 5,767 63.4 1.7
Race White only 1,903 12,542 45.4 1.4
Black only 488 2,444 32.6 2.7
Other 121 755 36.1 4.6
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 411 1,829 22.2 2.4
Non-Hispanic, all races 2,101 13,912 45.7 1.3
Non-Hispanic, White 1,536 10,922 49.2 1.6
Non-Hispanic, Black 488 2,437 32.7 2.8
Non-Hispanic, Other 77 552 34.0 5.9
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 869 6,327 31.8 2.1
Public 372 2,032 38.3 2.9
Uninsured 239 1,615 19.5 3.4
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 537 3,225 71.1 2.3
Medicare and public 208 997 60.1 4.0
Medicare only 287 1,545 49.5 3.5
Family incomeb Negative/poor 462 2,096 34.2 2.6
Near poor/low 690 3,830 44.9 2.2
Middle 752 5,021 45.3 2.0
High 608 4,794 42.8 2.3
Educationc Less than high school 714 3,878 41.3 2.0
High school graduate 754 4,933 42.8 2.4
At least some college 1,022 6,784 44.3 1.7

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Women

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,412 8,130 46.7 1.6
Age 18-44 203 1,375 21.4 3.3
45-64 612 3,629 40.3 2.4
65 and over 597 3,126 65.1 2.2
Race White only 1,041 6,321 49.7 1.9
Black only 299 1,403 34.7 3.2
Other 72 407 40.5 6.5
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 244 996 26.8 3.7
Non-Hispanic, all races 1,168 7,134 49.4 1.7
Non-Hispanic, White 823 5,432 53.7 2.2
Non-Hispanic, Black 301 1,409 34.6 3.2
Non-Hispanic, Other * 293 * *
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 443 2,954 39.0 3.0
Public 231 1,174 35.4 3.5
Uninsured 141 875 21.7 4.1
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 290 1,609 74.1 2.8
Medicare and public 128 578 61.9 5.0
Medicare only 179 939 51.9 4.3
Family incomeb Negative/poor 321 1,353 38.0 3.2
Near poor/low 438 2,284 47.4 2.7
Middle 385 2,437 48.5 3.0
High 268 2,056 49.4 3.4
Educationc Less than high school 441 2,210 46.1 2.6
High school graduate 433 2,654 46.3 3.2
At least some college 525 3,186 48.0 2.5

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Men

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,100 7,611 39.1 1.7
Age 18-44 137 1,189 25.2 4.9
45-64 528 3,781 27.8 2.1
65 and over 435 2,641 61.4 2.6
Race White only 862 6,221 41.0 1.9
Black only 189 1,042 29.9 4.3
Other * 348 * *
Ethnicity Hispanic, all races 167 833 16.8 2.9
Non-Hispanic, all races 933 6,777 41.8 1.9
Non-Hispanic, White 713 5,490 44.8 2.1
Non-Hispanic, Black 187 1,028 30.1 4.4
Non-Hispanic, Other * 259 * *
Health insurance, ages 18-64 Private 426 3,373 25.6 2.5
Public 141 858 42.3 5.0
Uninsured * 739 * *
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare and private 247 1,616 68.2 3.3
Medicare and public 80 419 57.7 6.1
Medicare only 108 606 45.9 5.8
Family incomeb Negative/poor 141 743 27.5 4.2
Near poor/low 252 1,546 41.3 3.8
Middle 367 2,584 42.3 3.0
High 340 2,738 37.9 3.1
Educationc Less than high school 273 1,668 35.0 3.1
High school graduate 321 2,279 38.7 3.4
At least some college 497 3,598 41.1 2.5

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 25b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who had ever received a pneumococcal vaccination, 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/wmdiabapbtab25b.html