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2003 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 3.3d: Getting Appointements for Care by State

Percent of persons who report that they can always get an appointment for routine care as soon as they wanted, child Medicaid, by State, 2002
     
State Percent Standard error
Iowa 62.55 1.85
Kansas 56.04 1.65
Maryland 65.33 2.01
Massachusetts 55.77 1.50
Michigan 55.27 0.74
New Mexico 57.31 1.98
New York 60.04 0.73
Ohio 59.28 1.50
Oklahoma 59.59 3.53
Oregon 56.43 0.93
Pennsylvania 61.78 1.20
Utah 58.30 2.35
Vermont 70.53 3.31
Virginia 67.21 1.74
Washington 55.14 0.89

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, National CAHPS Benchmarking Database.

Table 3.3c: Getting Appointments for Care by State Table 3.3e: Getting Appointments for Care by State

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