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2004 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 5.1h: Percent of persons who rate their health care in the past year 9-10 on a scale from 0 (worst) to 10 (best), Medicare managed care, by State, 2001

State Percent Standard error
     
Alabama 73.5 1.4
Arizona 60.8 1.4
Arkansas 71.8 1.7
California 63.0 0.7
Colorado 65.3 1.0
Connecticut 72.4 1.3
Delaware 77.0 2.0
District of Columbia 61.7 2.6
Florida 63.7 0.7
Georgia 67.3 1.9
Hawaii 75.2 2.0
Idaho 73.6 1.7
Illinois 66.8 2.3
Indiana 72.4 1.1
Iowa 76.9 1.5
Kansas 68.2 1.3
Kentucky 64.9 2.4
Louisiana 73.7 1.3
Maryland 58.4 3.2
Massachusetts 73.8 0.8
Michigan 70.1 1.3
Minnesota 69.3 1.2
Mississippi 67.6 2.5
Missouri 66.9 1.3
Nebraska 67.0 2.4
Nevada 54.3 1.8
New Hampshire 70.8 2.5
New Jersey 67.8 0.9
New Mexico 65.4 1.9
New York 68.0 0.6
North Carolina 72.4 1.6
North Dakota 75.5 2.4
Ohio 70.1 0.7
Oklahoma 63.9 2.3
Oregon 69.1 0.8
Pennsylvania 74.2 0.7
Rhode Island 74.1 1.4
South Dakota 81.0 2.1
Tennessee 74.1 1.3
Texas 65.3 1.0
Virginia 57.2 2.5
Washington 68.9 1.0
West Virginia 78.9 1.6
Wisconsin 71.3 1.7
     

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

 

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