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2003 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 6.1a: National Overall Measures

Among adults age 18 and over who reported going to a doctor's office or clinic in the last 12 months, percent giving a best rating for health care received, United States, 2000 a
         
      Gave best rating e
Population group Population total Number who had visit Percent Standard error
         
Total 202,737,848 146,195,298 48.12 0.76
         
Race        
White 170,125,696 125,540,427 48.51 0.81
Black 24,493,873 15,598,766 48.56 1.62
Asian/Pacific Islander 6,458,887 4,003,026 37.43 3.59
Aleut/Eskimo/American Indian DSU DSU DSU DSU
         
Hispanic ethnicity        
Hispanic 21,738,498 12,549,524 49.51 2.07
Non-Hispanic 180,999,350 133,645,774 48.00 0.78
Ethnicity        
Non-Hispanic, White 150,178,945 114,139,081 48.35 0.83
Non-Hispanic, Black 23,466,228 14,965,334 48.55 1.66
Non-Hispanic, Other 7,354,176 4,541,359 37.30 3.43
         
Gender        
Male 97,197,606 61,136,407 47.24 1.00
Female 105,540,242 85,058,891 48.76 0.82
         
Age        
18-44 108,438,619 69,956,517 40.53 0.92
45-64 61,508,507 48,220,971 50.82 1.11
65 and over 32,790,722 28,017,810 62.50 1.27
         
Education b        
Less than high school (<12 years ) 41,246,773 26,843,770 51.84 1.28
High school graduate (=12 years) 66,631,871 46,641,587 48.73 1.04
At least some college (>12 years) 93,325,476 71,745,064 46.27 1.04
         
Employment statusc        
Employed 137,047,255 93,847,741 43.47 0.86
Not employed 32,363,721 24,016,643 49.70 1.47
         
Insuranced        
Age 18-64        
Any private 131,459,362 96,667,753 44.91 0.79
Public only 13,338,753 10,200,234 46.15 2.21
Uninsured 25,149,011 11,309,501 41.76 2.14
Age 65 and over        
Medicare only 10,623,234 8,841,580 61.08 2.48
Medicare and private 18,549,229 16,079,189 63.91 1.89
Medicare and other public 3,435,872 2,937,177 59.77 3.59
No insurance/private only DSU DSU DSU DSU
         
Family income        
Negative or poor(<100% of poverty level) 20,927,745 14,580,706 47.43 1.66
Near poor/low income(100-<200% of poverty level) 34,858,614 23,017,469 51.09 1.51
Middle income(200-<400% of poverty level) 64,352,963 44,794,439 46.24 1.17
High income(>=400% of poverty level) 82,598,526 63,802,685 48.53 1.08
         
MSA status        
MSA 164,150,839 118,044,954 47.08 0.88
Non-MSA 38,587,009 28,150,344 52.50 1.19
         
Perceived health status        
Excellent/very good/good 177,125,850 124,672,271 48.56 0.82
Fair/poor 25,611,998 21,523,027 45.56 1.33
         

cEmployment status for persons 18-64 only.

eFor all values, RSE < 30.

Table 5.1: National Resource Consumption Table 6.1b: National Overall Measures

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