Table 2_3_1-2

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 2_3_1.2
Admissions for uncontrolled diabetes without complicationsa per 100,000 population,b age 18 and over, by race/ethnicity, United States, 2007
    Non-Hispanic  
  TotalWhiteBlackAPIHispanic, all races
Population groupRateSERateSERateSERateSERateSE
Total 20.90.712.70.465.03.210.11.237.43.8
Age18-4411.20.56.90.332.71.72.80.412.41.3
45-6428.21.115.60.598.85.09.91.650.55.5
65 and over38.31.326.80.8103.06.532.54.285.99.4
  65-6933.01.521.01.0101.47.626.24.765.68.8
  70-7439.01.825.51.2106.38.922.55.698.612.2
  75-7941.01.728.21.3115.99.442.99.099.711.8
  80-8443.51.933.91.797.210.244.210.5101.213.1
  85 and over39.61.932.21.882.78.343.511.381.311.5
GenderMale21.80.813.60.466.53.411.21.436.74.1
Female20.10.711.90.462.93.38.91.237.63.8
Median income of patient's ZIP CodeFirst quartile (lowest income)40.02.223.91.078.45.127.45.354.68.6
Second quartile19.20.912.50.659.33.99.61.932.23.1
Third quartile15.10.710.30.552.74.29.41.727.83.4
Fourth quartile (highest income)9.70.57.10.443.23.95.40.918.62.3
Location of patient residenceLarge central metropolitan27.52.411.61.070.96.611.41.844.86.9
Large fringe metropolitan18.31.212.00.865.86.25.91.329.33.7
Medium metropolitan14.11.39.71.041.34.96.11.426.74.9
Small metropolitan16.71.811.51.267.110.8DSUDSU21.75.1
Micropolitan (nonmetropolitan)20.81.215.41.068.17.7DSUDSU44.011.0
Noncore (nonmetropolitan)29.41.523.41.394.19.9DSUDSU45.610.5
Region of inpatient treatmentNortheast27.32.912.20.888.711.122.75.095.721.4
Midwest16.50.912.20.860.37.24.21.316.22.7
South26.41.216.70.863.24.011.32.935.75.1
West10.90.66.90.540.84.56.51.021.11.9

aExcludes obstetric admissions and transfers from other institutions.� Complications may be short term (ketoacidosis, hyperosmolarity, coma) or long term (renal, eye, neurologic, circulatory, other unspecified).

b Rates are adjusted by age and gender using the total U.S. population for 2000 as the standard population; when reporting is by age, the adjustment is by gender only; when reporting is by gender, the adjustment is by age only.

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

Key: API: Asian or Pacific Islander; SE: standard error.

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Center for Delivery, Organization, and Markets, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, State Inpatient Databases, disparities analysis file, 2007, and AHRQ Quality Indicators, version 3.1. The analysis file is designed to provide national estimates on disparities using weighted records from a sample of hospitals from the following 26 States: Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

 

Current as of February 2011
Internet Citation: Table 2_3_1-2: 2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports. February 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqrdr10/2_diabetes/T2_3_1-2.html