Table 18_5_2-1b

2009 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports

The National Healthcare Quality Report (NHQR) is a comprehensive national overview of quality of health care in the United States. It is organized around four dimensions of quality of care: effectiveness, patient safety, timeliness, and patient centeredness.

Table 18_5_2.1b
Diabetes patients age 40 and over who had hemoglobin A1c measurement, retinal eye examination, and foot examination within the past year, by ethnicity, California, 2007
    Non-HispanicHispanic
  TotalAll racesWhiteBlackAll racesMexicanPuerto RicanCentral AmericanSouth American
Population groupPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSE
Total 45.11.450.11.451.41.546.44.936.02.834.13.0DSUDSU48.910.1DSUDSU
Health insurance,a under age 65Private50.12.253.82.355.62.653.37.541.14.840.95.1DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Public43.53.647.54.346.64.838.110.738.75.935.46.6DSUDSU53.314.0DSUDSU
Uninsured19.54.828.05.629.97.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Health insurance, age 65 and overTotal48.11.750.21.850.92.054.66.442.43.942.94.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Medicare and private50.42.150.82.250.72.355.59.549.15.749.46.3DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Medicare and public41.33.544.64.244.24.954.18.736.66.237.37.0DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Medicare only53.36.564.56.469.05.8DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Family incomebNegative/poor31.63.336.24.031.64.942.88.228.04.924.95.1DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Near poor/low38.63.346.63.542.04.156.29.430.84.930.45.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Middle44.13.745.04.146.64.2DSUDSU42.57.237.07.3DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
High55.21.655.91.758.31.847.66.451.34.953.05.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
EducationLess than high school28.22.833.54.128.24.849.49.926.13.524.83.7DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
High school graduate46.32.745.02.850.43.030.48.149.05.948.46.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
At least some college54.51.655.91.655.91.857.96.246.55.245.96.0DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Residence locationUrban44.81.549.61.551.91.746.05.036.23.134.73.3DSUDSU47.410.5DSUDSU
Rural47.02.953.12.949.33.0DSUDSU34.96.230.15.7DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
English proficiencyEnglish only51.81.551.71.552.11.645.75.052.05.852.26.4DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Well/very well46.82.948.53.746.25.7DSUDSU45.64.145.84.5DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
Not well/not at all25.13.431.86.8DSUDSUDSUDSU23.53.921.13.9DSUDSU46.813.0DSUDSU
Born in U.S.Yes50.71.452.01.552.11.547.14.945.83.747.54.1DSUDSUDSUDSUDSUDSU
No34.52.842.63.544.46.6DSUDSU29.53.825.83.8DSUDSU48.810.1DSUDSU

a A small number of people who were covered by both public and private health insurance plans were included in the "public health insurance" category only.

b Negative/poor refers to household incomes below the Federal poverty line; near poor/low, the poverty line to just below 200 percent of the poverty line; middle, 200 percent to just below 300 percent of the poverty line; and high, 300 percent of the poverty line and over. Missing values for family income were imputed using multiple imputation methodology. A small number of people were excluded because their family income could not be imputed.

DSU - Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Key: SE: standard error.

Source: University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Health Policy Research, California Health Interview Survey.

 

Current as of March 2010
Internet Citation: Table 18_5_2-1b: 2009 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports. March 2010. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqrdr09/18_populations/T18_5_2-1b.html