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Table 1.23a: National Management of Diabetes

Percent of adults age 18 and over with diabetes who reported having a foot examination in past year, United States, 2000
       
Population group Population total Percent having examc Standard error
       
Total 12,608,034 66.40 1.73
       
Race
White 9,900,291 67.60 2.06
Black 2,168,837 60.36 4.11
Asian/Pacific Islander DSU DSU DSU
Aleut/Eskimo/American Indian DSU DSU DSU
       
Hispanic ethnicity
Hispanic 1,633,326 66.19 4.06
Non-Hispanic 10,974,708 66.43 1.99
       
Ethnicity
Non-Hispanic, White 8,414,743 67.88 2.37
Non-Hispanic, Black 2,080,623 60.40 4.36
Non-Hispanic, Other DSU DSU DSU
       
Gender
Male 5,872,199 68.67 2.39
Female 6,735,836 64.40 2.29
       
Age
18-44 2,072,046 59.45 3.73
45-64 5,308,843 66.54 2.74
65 and over 5,227,145 69.13 2.60
       
Educationa
Less than high school (<12 years ) 3,985,853 66.69 2.88
High school graduate (=12 years) 4,210,763 64.08 2.72
At least some college (>12 years) 4,245,485 67.44 3.05
       
Employment statusb
Employed 4,812,613 62.07 2.76
Not employed 2,537,705 70.13 2.99
       
Insurance
Age 18-64      
Any private 5,329,710 65.69 2.54
Public only 1,213,276 64.73 5.38
Uninsured DSU DSU DSU
Age 65 and over      
Medicare only 1,592,880 68.87 4.82
Medicare and private 2,749,323 69.48 3.94
Medicare and other public DSU DSU DSU
No insurance/private only DSU DSU DSU
       
Family income
Negative or poor(<100% of poverty level) 1,778,855 60.28 4.33
Near poor/low income(100-<200% of poverty level) 3,021,438 68.18 3.15
Middle income(200-<400% of poverty level) 3,722,916 65.41 2.80
High income(>=400% of poverty level) 4,084,825 68.66 2.95
       
MSA status
MSA 9,671,403 67.24 1.99
Non-MSA 2,936,632 63.61 3.35
       
Perceived health status
Excellent/very good/good 7,588,200 63.32 2.35
Fair/poor 5,019,834 71.12 2.64
       

a Persons 18+ with unknown education status not included.

b Employment status for persons 18-64 only.

c For all values, RSE < 30.

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

Source:  Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Financing, Access and Cost Trends, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey.

Table 1.22b: Management of Diabetes by State Table 1.23b: Mangemant of Diabetes by State

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