Table 6_3_1-3

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 6_3_1.3
Children ages 19-35 months who received all recommended vaccines (4:3:1:3:3),a� by State, 2000-2001, 2003-2008
 20082007200620052004200320012000
StatePercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSEPercentSE
All reporting States78.20.680.10.580.60.580.80.580.90.579.40.573.70.572.80.5
Alabama76.33.181.62.980.63.583.32.782.33.280.42.579.12.176.12.4
Alaska76.23.278.63.073.53.475.43.575.33.479.72.771.22.970.62.9
Arizona79.23.180.23.174.82.379.22.578.62.176.92.168.12.267.22.3
Arkansas78.03.075.03.075.04.567.84.682.43.276.53.369.12.567.12.9
California80.62.179.42.380.32.177.92.281.31.777.41.972.61.972.31.8
Colorado80.73.478.64.080.33.783.42.277.13.267.53.371.52.571.62.8
Connecticut72.53.689.32.386.32.486.12.887.83.094.01.578.42.881.62.5
Delaware73.03.581.82.984.33.184.23.486.02.976.33.474.92.870.02.9
District of Columbia78.63.382.83.082.72.773.53.482.52.976.23.368.93.066.23.3
Florida81.82.382.42.882.22.179.33.088.51.581.02.673.02.371.72.4
Georgia72.73.580.83.083.32.384.72.284.72.776.63.378.52.277.72.3
Hawaii78.33.487.82.280.13.180.13.381.22.582.02.570.83.472.83.1
Idaho65.93.475.83.377.83.678.13.080.62.878.13.070.22.870.72.8
Illinois78.12.276.92.379.83.083.52.982.72.282.92.172.72.171.22.4
Indiana78.43.076.82.379.52.878.14.179.02.779.03.071.12.572.02.5
Iowa77.33.080.03.185.12.784.92.986.13.281.12.878.62.682.52.5
Kansas78.23.081.72.979.22.683.82.677.53.575.73.172.83.671.32.9
Kentucky76.83.180.93.183.82.779.73.679.13.681.03.475.92.677.02.7
Louisiana83.02.377.73.172.33.576.02.274.92.969.92.964.13.071.82.6
Maine76.22.877.63.379.83.283.33.182.12.778.62.875.12.676.02.6
Maryland82.62.492.41.580.12.882.32.980.02.881.32.973.42.275.42.4
Massachusetts83.92.883.93.486.92.393.51.789.11.990.71.776.62.481.42.2
Michigan76.83.280.63.480.12.582.72.481.22.781.52.570.02.773.72.5
Minnesota77.42.684.72.884.72.885.22.985.23.283.92.876.32.782.42.5
Mississippi76.53.278.73.676.23.583.62.784.03.183.63.080.22.775.92.8
Missouri76.02.977.23.585.22.879.32.481.63.183.32.575.52.876.82.8
Montana65.53.475.03.273.63.279.63.178.23.180.02.777.92.671.12.9
Nebraska74.82.985.22.981.03.189.12.382.32.880.42.978.92.575.52.8
Nevada70.13.266.73.864.73.766.73.168.43.275.72.968.13.069.12.8
New Hampshire85.02.493.21.981.82.982.82.986.32.686.52.377.62.578.92.5
New Jersey72.83.182.33.278.93.178.23.082.72.875.03.173.12.871.22.7
New Mexico79.13.178.93.676.32.778.43.483.52.775.23.563.22.864.53.1
New York76.22.083.01.883.52.081.62.282.22.378.62.177.11.972.32.0
North Carolina72.43.280.03.182.33.285.22.881.63.186.72.480.42.682.82.2
North Dakota74.23.081.72.784.22.585.02.482.02.680.43.078.72.580.32.4
Ohio82.93.180.42.881.32.684.12.379.52.882.32.271.22.168.92.6
Oklahoma73.63.580.13.280.42.775.73.172.13.470.53.770.02.968.33.0
Oregon72.33.772.43.878.43.172.93.678.92.776.53.168.53.174.72.8
Pennsylvania80.42.581.42.184.62.283.22.785.72.086.22.178.82.177.82.4
Rhode Island79.53.080.03.482.22.683.12.586.72.285.22.781.72.280.52.3
South Carolina78.82.881.12.583.22.778.53.479.83.684.32.778.72.778.52.7
South Dakota80.82.887.12.382.22.886.92.486.12.780.92.976.53.073.62.8
Tennessee83.12.780.53.381.72.882.92.182.42.078.82.379.71.876.82.1
Texas78.62.478.21.976.71.878.42.072.52.174.82.069.72.063.52.0
Utah78.13.778.52.980.43.174.14.371.33.078.83.066.13.068.23.0
Vermont74.43.279.83.986.02.681.53.385.02.483.62.480.32.477.02.7
Virginia73.24.279.62.781.52.785.83.081.03.084.02.774.93.470.73.1
Washington77.72.773.93.078.62.377.82.777.72.375.32.371.22.272.52.1
West Virginia78.03.180.72.777.83.374.93.686.62.874.63.878.12.771.93.1
Wisconsin83.63.179.43.386.82.082.22.682.92.381.22.379.52.074.22.2
Wyoming67.63.276.83.275.43.078.63.183.32.475.82.974.33.078.22.5

a Children ages 19-35 months who received at least 4 doses of diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccine, at least 3 doses of polio vaccine, at least 1 dose of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, at least 3 doses of Haemophilus influenzae B (Hib) vaccine, and at least 3 doses of hepatitis B antigens. The vaccines included in this measure are based on the corresponding Healthy People 2010 objective, which does not include varicella vaccine or vaccines added to the recommended schedule after 1998 for children up to 35 months of age. More information can be found in the Measure Specifications appendix.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics and National Immunization Program, National Immunization Survey.

 

Current as of February 2011
Internet Citation: Table 6_3_1-3: 2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports. February 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqrdr10/6_maternalchildhealth/T6_3_1-3.html