Table 12_1_2-2

2010 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 12_1_2.2
Adult surgery patients who received appropriate timing of antibiotics,a by State, 2005-2008
 2008200720062005
StatePercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSE
Total91.40.086.40.080.30.074.90.0
Alabama91.50.286.60.279.40.275.70.3
Alaska87.60.584.00.677.80.768.72.2
Arizona90.00.282.90.275.10.263.20.5
Arkansas91.00.286.30.279.40.274.10.3
California89.90.182.70.174.40.165.50.2
Colorado91.20.284.10.279.70.376.20.6
Connecticut93.10.287.30.283.50.389.80.7
Delaware92.90.389.30.485.40.582.60.5
District of Columbia90.30.583.00.677.40.669.71.3
Florida92.30.186.70.180.70.172.20.2
Georgia89.60.182.60.275.40.267.90.3
Hawaii89.40.485.40.478.20.559.21.1
Idaho90.20.382.70.480.40.471.30.7
Illinois91.70.187.20.180.30.176.10.2
Indiana90.90.185.00.278.70.270.00.3
Iowa92.30.287.10.284.20.280.60.4
Kansas90.30.285.10.277.60.371.70.4
Kentucky91.20.184.80.280.30.280.00.3
Louisiana85.80.280.30.270.90.267.60.5
Maine96.30.293.20.289.80.381.80.4
Maryland92.00.188.10.282.60.275.70.2
Massachusetts94.10.191.10.184.80.284.70.2
Michigan93.30.191.20.186.70.181.30.2
Minnesota92.90.188.40.283.20.274.80.5
Mississippi89.90.283.20.278.00.368.20.3
Missouri92.00.187.80.182.40.277.60.3
Montana94.70.291.10.388.70.385.80.3
Nebraska91.80.290.30.286.50.281.90.4
Nevada86.00.375.80.466.10.454.60.8
New Hampshire95.30.292.40.387.30.375.70.6
New Jersey94.20.191.40.188.60.183.80.2
New Mexico89.70.383.60.479.30.476.50.5
New York91.60.187.30.180.20.168.90.2
North Carolina94.10.190.40.185.20.180.20.2
North Dakota93.90.385.90.481.90.577.00.6
Ohio92.20.187.30.180.00.167.50.3
Oklahoma91.70.188.40.283.70.283.80.3
Oregon88.80.283.10.277.20.374.90.5
Pennsylvania92.80.187.80.179.50.173.30.2
Puerto Rico64.60.461.10.465.10.459.70.5
Rhode Island92.90.388.20.484.50.586.10.9
South Carolina93.40.189.70.285.50.282.10.2
South Dakota95.10.292.50.391.60.385.20.4
Tennessee90.40.185.30.280.00.276.70.3
Texas89.90.182.60.174.20.169.90.2
Utah90.50.282.30.376.40.368.50.5
Vermont95.10.393.20.488.60.579.20.6
Virginia92.50.187.90.183.70.278.10.3
Washington91.20.187.50.281.10.276.50.5
West Virginia91.90.288.20.284.10.279.40.3
Wisconsin92.00.189.60.184.10.276.30.3
Wyoming84.50.585.70.576.10.678.31.3

a Appropriate timing of antibiotics includes receiving prophylactic antibiotics within 1 hour prior to surgical incision and discontinuing the antibiotics within 24 hours after surgery end time.

Key: SE: standard error.

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Medicare Quality Improvement Organization Program.

 

Current as of February 2011
Internet Citation: Table 12_1_2-2: 2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports. February 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqrdr10/12_patientsafety/T12_1_2-2.html