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

Table 2b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who have a usual primary care provider,a by gender, United States, 2004

Total | Women | Men

Total

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   1,616 13,780 92.5 0.7
Age 18-44 250 1,994 84.6 2.7
45-64 727 6,135 92.8 1.1
65 and over 639 5,651 95.0 1.0
Race White only 1,199 10,745 92.8 0.9
Black only 315 2,058 91.7 1.9
Other 102 977 90.7 3.2
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 1,249 12,059 93.0 0.8
Non-Hispanic, White 849 9,108 93.5 0.9
Non-Hispanic, Black 308 2,023 91.7 1.9
Hispanic, all races 367 1,721 89.1 2.2
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 554 5,662 93.7 1.2
Public only 286 1,626 87.6 2.7
Uninsured 137 841 76.7 4.6
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only 159 1,544 95.7 1.9
Medicare and private 301 3,069 95.4 1.4
Medicare and other public 169 965 94.6 2.2
Family incomeb Negative/poor 366 1,945 87.0 2.4
Near poor/low 420 3,321 89.7 1.8
Middle 440 3,991 95.4 1.0
High 390 4,524 94.4 1.4
Educationc Less than high school 618 4,056 91.3 1.3
High school graduate 511 4,875 94.0 1.2
At least some college 471 4,748 92.0 1.7
Residence location Metropolitan-large 749 6,559 91.6 1.2
Metropolitan-small 505 4,284 93.2 1.4
Micropolitan 227 1,862 94.8 1.5
Noncore 135 1,076 91.4 2.7
Preferred language Other 253 1,311 89.0 2.3
English 1,363 12,469 92.9 0.8

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Women

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   938 7,219 91.8 1.1
Age 18-44 155 1,096 83.1 3.8
45-64 403 3,057 92.1 1.5
65 and over 380 3,066 94.5 1.4
Race White only 665 5,426 92.0 1.2
Black only 216 1,290 90.4 2.6
Other * * * *
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 713 6,230 92.0 1.1
Non-Hispanic, White 452 4,496 92.5 1.3
Non-Hispanic, Black 210 1,259 90.1 2.6
Hispanic, all races 225 990 90.3 3.0
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 272 2,567 92.5 1.8
Public only 203 1,109 88.4 3.2
Uninsured * * * *
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only * * * *
Medicare and private 161 1,525 95.1 1.8
Medicare and other public 124 641 95.4 2.4
Family incomeb Negative/poor 254 1,228 86.1 3.2
Near poor/low 261 2,012 90.8 2.2
Middle 246 2,097 96.6 1.1
High 177 1,883 91.1 2.5
Educationc Less than high school 375 2,230 92.0 1.8
High school graduate 309 2,746 93.6 1.5
At least some college 245 2,177 88.9 2.5
Residence location Metropolitan-large 442 3,502 91.0 1.7
Metropolitan-small 315 2,417 92.6 1.8
Micropolitan 120 852 94.0 2.8
Noncore * * * *
Preferred language Other 151 760 90.2 3.1
English 787 6,460 91.9 1.1

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Men

Population group Sample size Weighted size (in thousands) Percent SE
Total   678 6,561 93.3 0.9
Age 18-44 * * * *
45-64 324 3,078 93.4 1.5
65 and over 259 2,585 95.7 1.4
Race White only 534 5,319 93.6 1.0
Black only * * * *
Other * * * *
Ethnicity Non-Hispanic, all races 536 5,829 94.1 1.0
Non-Hispanic, White 397 4,611 94.5 1.1
Non-Hispanic, Black * * * *
Hispanic, all races 142 731 87.6 2.8
Health insurance, age 18-64 Any private 282 3,095 94.8 1.4
Public only * * * *
Uninsured * * * *
Health insurance, age 65 and over Medicare only * * * *
Medicare and private 140 1,544 95.8 2.0
Medicare and other public * * * *
Family incomeb Negative/poor 112 717 88.6 3.6
Near poor/low 159 1,310 88.1 2.9
Middle 194 1,894 94.0 1.7
High 213 2,641 96.8 1.3
Educationc Less than high school 243 1,826 90.3 1.9
High school graduate 202 2,129 94.5 1.8
At least some college 226 2,571 94.6 1.7
Residence location Metropolitan-large 307 3,057 92.3 1.6
Metropolitan-small 190 1,867 94.1 1.8
Micropolitan 107 1,010 95.4 1.9
Noncore * * * *
Preferred language Other 102 551 87.4 3.5
English 576 6,009 93.9 1.0

a Adults with DSDIA53=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:  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 2b. Adults age 18 and over with diabetes who have a usual primary care provider,a by gender, United States, 2004. Content last updated October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/women-and-diabetes-2004-2005/wmdiabapbtab2b.html