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Table 1.105
Chronic care: Percent of residents whose need for help with daily activities has increaseda, by State, 2002 and 2004b
  2004 2002
  Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error
State Total With scorec Total With scorec
                 
United States 16,119 13,352 15.3 0.07 16,559 13,342 15.4 0.07
                 
Alabama 229 210 12.2 0.42 230 202 13.3 0.39
Alaska 14 5 10.4 1.96 15 5 10.4 2.40
Arizona 133 116 13.7 0.77 137 113 15.5 0.83
Arkansas 237 202 14.0 0.56 251 198 14.9 0.63
California 1,309 981 12.2 0.24 1,349 958 13.1 0.24
Colorado 215 175 17.9 0.69 223 174 16.5 0.67
Connecticut 247 232 16.5 0.48 254 240 16.8 0.52
Delaware 42 36 16.6 1.13 42 38 15.1 0.98
District of Columbia 20 16 11.9 2.60 21 16 11.5 1.60
Florida 691 610 13.7 0.27 713 608 15.2 0.32
Georgia 362 335 13.6 0.39 362 338 13.3 0.34
Hawaii 45 29 12.5 1.11 45 29 16.2 1.48
Idaho 80 54 15.6 1.24 83 52 16.9 1.18
Illinois 815 681 12.0 0.29 854 676 11.9 0.28
Indiana 509 420 24.7 0.47 548 425 24.4 0.42
Iowa 457 378 14.2 0.39 464 382 13.9 0.40
Kansas 367 273 14.1 0.56 377 278 14.7 0.52
Kentucky 295 232 18.6 0.64 301 229 20.5 0.65
Louisiana 307 277 20.5 0.54 321 278 13.2 0.47
Maine 116 82 18.0 1.13 121 88 18.4 0.82
Maryland 241 198 14.5 0.45 246 195 15.4 0.50
Massachusetts 467 394 16.8 0.36 502 410 17.4 0.38
Michigan 429 387 13.8 0.35 435 390 14.3 0.33
Minnesota 415 378 16.0 0.39 426 388 15.4 0.36
Mississippi 205 178 15.2 0.51 204 173 14.9 0.60
Missouri 521 420 13.1 0.34 542 428 14.0 0.35
Montana 101 60 16.4 1.00 103 61 17.4 1.16
Nebraska 227 174 16.0 0.61 229 179 17.1 0.61
Nevada 43 33 18.9 1.30 43 33 17.3 0.92
New Hampshire 82 71 18.8 1.03 83 71 17.5 1.06
New Jersey 358 309 12.6 0.32 359 300 14.5 0.36
New Mexico 80 61 15.9 1.27 82 61 16.4 0.96
New York 661 613 12.7 0.25 670 612 13.5 0.25
North Carolina 422 359 18.5 0.51 414 346 14.7 0.38
North Dakota 83 69 17.3 0.85 85 70 18.5 1.02
Ohio 979 828 14.4 0.27 996 815 14.0 0.26
Oklahoma 364 237 13.5 0.48 373 259 12.8 0.45
Oregon 138 93 13.5 0.76 144 108 11.5 0.60
Pennsylvania 723 624 23.1 0.34 759 621 24.5 0.34
Rhode Island 95 77 13.4 0.67 97 80 14.9 0.74
South Carolina 177 138 14.6 0.68 177 140 12.7 0.58
South Dakota 111 96 15.3 0.78 112 101 18.5 0.79
Tennessee 332 285 15.1 0.46 343 286 15.2 0.43
Texas 1,137 893 14.3 0.25 1,144 844 15.2 0.27
Utah 90 61 13.3 1.12 91 59 15.6 1.18
Vermont 41 33 21.0 1.27 44 33 20.8 1.30
Virginia 278 235 18.4 0.58 282 233 14.0 0.54
Washington 250 206 15.1 0.58 268 215 15.6 0.49
West Virginia 133 108 17.7 0.84 141 109 18.2 0.91
Wisconsin 399 360 15.3 0.44 406 366 15.1 0.38
Wyoming 39 30 14.0 1.56 39 29 15.0 1.27
                 

a At least 1 of 4 late-loss ADLs ( bed mobility, transfers, toilet use, and eating).

b The 2004 data reflect care for period 7/1/04 to 9/30/04; 2002 data reflect care for period 4/1/02 to 6/30/02.

c A facility had to have at least 30 residents in the denominator for a chronic care measure to be calculated. Therefore the number of facilities may vary for each measure reported in a state.

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Minimum Data Set. The 2004 data were downloaded from http://www.medicare.gov/NHCompare/Include/DataSection/Questions/SearchCriteria.asp, March 2005. The 2002 data were downloaded November 2002.

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