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Table 4.1b: National Patient Experience of Care (Child), 2000

Among children under age 18 who had a doctor's office or clinic visit reported in the last 12 months, percent distribution of how often their health providers listened carefully to their parents, United States, 2000
                 
      Always d Usually d Never d
Population group Population total Number who had visit Percent Standard error Percent Standard error Percent Standard error
                 
Total 72,420,907 56,808,414 65.88 1.16 27.70 1.08 6.42 0.55
                 
Race
White 57,317,974 46,306,782 65.29 1.35 28.56 1.33 6.15 0.55
Black 11,806,400 8,200,253 72.52 2.19 20.03 1.73 7.45 1.35
Asian/Pacific Islander 2,364,284 1,599,277 51.55 8.09 42.05 6.70 * 6.40 2.13
Aleut/Eskimo/American Indian DSU DSU DSU DSU DSU DSU DSU DSU
                 
Hispanic ethnicity
Hispanic 12,002,928 8,300,419 59.01 2.16 32.10 1.98 8.89 1.50
Non-Hispanic 60,417,979 48,507,995 67.04 1.29 26.96 1.18 6.00 0.58
                 
Ethnicity
Non-Hispanic, White 46,400,449 38,892,297 66.41 1.56 27.88 1.47 5.71 0.59
Non-Hispanic, Black 11,133,502 7,669,832 73.47 2.11 19.90 1.71 6.63 1.29
Non-Hispanic, Other 2,884,028 1,945,866 54.53 8.26 36.15 6.85 * 9.32 3.88
                 
Gender
Male 36,997,776 29,299,566 65.13 1.40 28.75 1.37 6.12 0.63
Female 35,423,131 27,508,847 66.69 1.45 26.58 1.24 6.74 0.74
                 
Age
0-5 23,954,143 21,049,020 68.70 1.44 25.07 1.47 6.23 0.76
6-17 48,466,764 35,759,394 64.20 1.54 29.27 1.33 6.53 0.71
                 
Insurance
0-17 any private 49,081,352 40,469,317 67.14 1.35 28.42 1.35 4.44 0.54
0-17 public only 16,876,190 12,768,822 64.02 2.39 24.17 1.99 11.80 1.62
0-17 uninsured 6,463,365 3,570,275 57.81 3.83 32.16 3.39 10.03 2.16
                 
Family income
Negative or poor(<100% of poverty level) 13,748,523 9,952,487 64.77 2.86 24.67 2.24 10.56 1.63
Near poor/low income(100-<200% of poverty level) 15,890,425 11,478,589 60.03 2.36 30.70 2.34 9.27 1.40
Middle income(200-<400% of poverty level) 23,749,909 19,256,184 67.00 1.98 28.59 1.84 4.41 0.61
High income(>=400% of poverty level) 19,032,050 16,121,154 69.34 2.03 26.38 2.01 4.29 0.75
                 
MSA status
MSA 59,385,026 46,846,740 66.49 1.21 27.19 1.05 6.32 0.63
Non-MSA 13,035,881 9,961,674 63.03 3.09 30.11 3.12 6.86 1.06
                 
Perceived health status
Excellent/very good/good 70,269,381 54,985,004 66.21 1.20 27.43 1.10 6.36 0.54
Fair/poor 2,151,526 1,823,410 56.28 4.99 35.54 4.29 8.17 2.21
                 
CSHCN a
Yes 11,732,453 10,532,089 61.67 2.09 30.65 1.80 7.68 0.98
No 58,252,623 44,447,337 67.05 1.34 27.07 1.34 5.89 0.60
                 

aChildren with unknown special health care need status not included.

b'*' = 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 4.1a: National Patient Experience of Care (Adult), 2000 Table 4.1c: Patient Experience of Care by State (Medicaid), 2002

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