Table 8a. Adults ages 18-64 with any period of uninsurance during the year,a by diagnosed diabetes status, United States, 2004

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

Total | With diabetes | Without diabetes

Total

Population groupSample sizeWeighted size (in thousands)PercentSE
Total 19,181183,36128.80.6
Age18-4411,901111,43734.40.7
45-647,28071,92420.10.7
GenderMale8,91790,53031.50.7
Female10,26492,83126.10.6
RaceWhite only14,898147,75527.70.6
Black only2,85022,22935.61.4
Other1,43313,37628.81.8
EthnicityNon-Hispanic, all races14,181157,80225.10.6
Non-Hispanic, White10,097123,47623.10.6
Non-Hispanic, Black2,76121,58135.11.4
Hispanic, all races5,00025,55951.41.4
Family incomebNegative/poor3,39520,38055.91.3
Near poor/low4,09928,44250.21.1
Middle5,57758,43229.60.9
High6,11076,10712.90.6
EducationcLess than high school5,07232,61748.21.0
High school graduate6,01257,78431.50.9
At least some college7,93991,92220.00.6
Residence locationMetropolitan-large10,636102,35829.00.7
Metropolitan-small5,16350,90827.21.1
Micropolitan2,09519,00129.81.9
Noncore1,28711,09432.02.2
Preferred languageOther3,91121,27953.81.5
English15,148160,89625.30.6

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With diabetes

Population groupSample sizeWeighted size (in thousands)PercentSE
Total 9718,08819.11.4
Age18-442411,94031.63.9
45-647306,14715.11.5
GenderMale4143,93818.02.2
Female5574,15020.11.8
RaceWhite only6986,15819.11.7
Black only2041,28520.63.8
Other****
EthnicityNon-Hispanic, all races7306,97116.31.6
Non-Hispanic, White4715,10815.51.8
Non-Hispanic, Black1991,26320.33.8
Hispanic, all races2411,11736.33.8
Family incomebNegative/poor2311,28033.44.5
Near poor/low2271,54033.64.0
Middle2552,25117.92.7
High2583,0186.51.5
EducationcLess than high school3402,03430.22.8
High school graduate3173,02318.82.7
At least some college3062,99011.71.7
Residence locationMetropolitan-large4503,80818.52.2
Metropolitan-small2882,46117.52.7
Micropolitan1321,03722.53.8
Noncore10178222.43.5
Preferred languageOther16078236.04.7
English8117,30617.31.5

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Without diabetes

Population groupSample sizeWeighted size (in thousands)PercentSE
Total 18,210175,27329.20.6
Age18-4411,660109,49734.40.7
45-646,55065,77620.60.7
GenderMale8,50386,59132.20.7
Female9,70788,68226.40.6
RaceWhite only14,200141,59728.10.6
Black only2,64620,94436.61.5
Other1,36412,73229.41.9
EthnicityNon-Hispanic, all races13,451150,83125.50.6
Non-Hispanic, White9,626118,36823.40.6
Non-Hispanic, Black2,56220,31836.01.5
Hispanic, all races4,75924,44252.11.4
Family incomebNegative/poor3,16419,10057.41.4
Near poor/low3,87226,90251.11.2
Middle5,32256,18130.10.9
High5,85273,09013.10.6
EducationcLess than high school4,73230,58349.41.0
High school graduate5,69554,76132.10.9
At least some college7,63388,93220.30.6
Residence locationMetropolitan-large10,18698,55029.40.7
Metropolitan-small4,87548,44727.71.1
Micropolitan1,96317,96430.22.0
Noncore1,18610,31232.72.3
Preferred languageOther3,75120,49754.51.5
English14,337153,59025.70.6

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 November 2008
Internet Citation: Table 8a. Adults ages 18-64 with any period of uninsurance during the year,a by diagnosed diabetes status, United States, 2004: Women With Diabetes: Quality of Health Care, 2004-2005. November 2008. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/women-and-diabetes-2004-2005/wmdiabapbtab8a.html