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Table 1.79b: Treatment of Pneumonia by State

Percent of patients with pneumonia who receive influenza screening or vaccination, by State, 2000-2001
     
State Percent Standard error
United States 26.22 1.20
Alaska 29.85 3.98
Alabama 25.68 2.74
Arkansas 12.10 1.95
Arizona 36.88 2.79
California 12.01 1.94
Colorado 30.19 2.62
Connecticut 34.47 2.79
District of Columbia 26.87 2.72
Delaware 21.55 2.45
Florida 14.39 2.11
Georgia 13.90 2.16
Hawaii 23.05 2.58
Iowa 32.64 2.77
Idaho 24.33 2.49
Illinois 20.73 2.45
Indiana 36.17 2.87
Kansas 29.89 2.74
Kentucky 22.14 2.53
Louisiana 6.60 1.47
Massachusetts 18.81 2.25
Maryland 31.07 2.78
Maine 39.22 2.80
Michigan 28.47 2.70
Minnesota 32.51 2.79
Missouri 27.90 2.71
Mississippi 13.73 2.26
Montana 30.34 2.71
North Carolina 19.93 2.39
North Dakota 33.46 2.89
Nebraska 28.21 2.70
New Hampshire 31.88 2.71
New Jersey 34.52 2.85
New Mexico 25.78 2.59
Nevada 22.30 2.51
New York 36.64 2.99
Ohio 29.86 2.71
Oklahoma 27.27 2.75
Oregon 32.87 2.77
Pennsylvania 21.88 2.44
Puerto Rico 36.86 3.03
Rhode Island 21.77 2.52
South Carolina 14.55 2.13
South Dakota 21.64 2.37
Tennessee 24.28 2.59
Texas 16.61 2.27
Utah 51.53 2.92
Virginia 21.21 2.38
Vermont 33.11 2.76
Washington 23.65 2.48
Wisconsin 29.03 2.73
West Virginia 35.13 2.87
Wyoming 17.73 2.59

Source:  Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Table 1.79a: National Treatment of Pneumonia Table 1.80a: National Treatment of Pneumonia

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