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Table 1.44b: Percent of heart failure patients having evaluation of left ventricular ejection fraction, by State, 2000-2001 and 2002

  2002 2000-2001
State Percent Standard error Percent Standard error
United States 76.04 1.04 69.13 1.28
Alabama 78.03 1.90 69.65 2.48
Alaska 74.88 2.11 69.23 5.29
Arizona 79.74 1.86 81.07 2.09
Arkansas 65.34 2.18 60.28 2.60
California 74.48 1.99 65.70 2.57
Colorado 78.84 1.86 68.60 2.51
Connecticut 87.30 1.51 79.42 2.18
Delaware 81.43 1.76 76.67 2.58
District of Columbia 74.83 2.06 74.90 2.68
Florida 83.08 1.75 75.91 2.27
Georgia 79.63 1.83 68.09 2.58
Hawaii 79.92 1.81 81.67 2.45
Idaho 64.86 2.18 57.94 2.76
Illinois 80.63 1.82 66.67 2.58
Indiana 74.64 1.97 71.23 2.42
Iowa 74.11 2.01 65.84 2.65
Kansas 68.71 2.14 58.71 2.62
Kentucky 71.85 2.07 63.05 2.62
Louisiana 74.63 2.01 66.36 2.63
Maine 78.82 1.85 72.73 2.42
Maryland 83.37 1.71 74.61 2.44
Massachusetts 85.07 1.61 80.11 2.12
Michigan 82.92 1.72 69.79 2.49
Minnesota 81.28 1.77 63.96 2.64
Mississippi 70.64 2.11 60.62 2.74
Missouri 75.57 1.96 73.09 2.56
Montana 62.89 2.20 58.36 2.78
Nebraska 78.75 1.87 74.36 2.48
Nevada 82.51 1.73 82.07 2.12
New Hampshire 87.29 1.52 81.94 2.27
New Jersey 81.86 1.75 71.75 2.57
New Mexico 68.07 2.14 58.26 2.76
New York 82.07 1.77 80.63 2.23
North Carolina 81.74 1.76 73.67 2.47
North Dakota 61.90 2.21 44.63 2.89
Ohio 80.81 1.82 74.85 2.40
Oklahoma 64.12 2.21 58.61 2.72
Oregon 71.16 2.07 70.15 2.55
Pennsylvania 82.51 1.73 76.90 2.24
Puerto Rico 59.59 2.23 56.13 2.83
Rhode Island 87.35 1.50 78.76 2.55
South Carolina 81.07 1.78 73.07 2.48
South Dakota 68.98 2.09 60.54 2.69
Tennessee 75.00 2.00 66.57 2.49
Texas 73.66 2.04 64.84 2.72
Utah 73.91 2.00 71.26 2.48
Vermont 77.21 1.90 81.11 2.67
Virginia 84.30 1.66 80.31 2.23
Washington 74.59 1.98 69.02 2.57
West Virginia 69.33 2.09 57.76 2.50
Wisconsin 81.94 1.79 71.59 2.43
Wyoming 56.88 2.25 41.94 3.99

Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Medicare Quality Improvement Organization Program.

 

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