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Table 1.116
Postacute care: Percent of short-stay residents who had moderate to severe pain, by State, 2002 and 2004a
  2004 2002
  Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error
State Total With scoreb Total With scoreb
                 
United States 16,119 9,898 22.3 0.14 16,559 9,928 25.4 0.15
                 
Alabama 229 176 18.6 0.98 230 179 19.7 0.91
Alaska 14 3 40.3 12.99 15 4 37.0 11.35
Arizona 133 101 31.4 1.44 137 97 33.5 1.54
Arkansas 237 120 16.3 1.23 251 112 20.8 1.39
California 1,309 706 25.3 0.58 1,349 719 27.7 0.60
Colorado 215 104 30.4 1.42 223 109 34.3 1.49
Connecticut 247 203 22.3 0.73 254 199 25.5 0.77
Delaware 42 28 21.5 2.62 42 28 30.2 2.88
District of Columbia 20 12 13.7 4.35 21 13 24.8 5.38
Florida 691 610 22.7 0.53 713 624 25.9 0.55
Georgia 362 220 23.9 1.05 362 222 23.8 0.95
Hawaii 45 22 15.4 2.25 45 24 21.7 3.09
Idaho 80 48 33.6 2.19 83 58 40.7 1.98
Illinois 815 478 19.4 0.60 854 469 21.6 0.68
Indiana 509 333 20.4 0.66 548 339 23.6 0.75
Iowa 457 73 30.6 1.88 464 76 34.8 1.73
Kansas 367 84 26.3 1.63 377 86 31.7 1.71
Kentucky 295 204 20.4 0.92 301 212 21.5 0.97
Louisiana 307 162 16.4 0.87 321 148 19.8 1.15
Maine 116 75 24.6 1.29 121 71 27.2 1.16
Maryland 241 177 16.1 0.92 246 184 21.9 0.98
Massachusetts 467 337 20.1 0.58 502 357 25.3 0.70
Michigan 429 326 23.5 0.76 435 321 27.2 0.75
Minnesota 415 233 30.1 0.87 426 228 32.6 0.92
Mississippi 205 102 13.5 0.90 204 104 15.3 1.29
Missouri 521 266 22.2 0.83 542 248 27.6 0.93
Montana 101 30 36.5 3.02 103 36 41.5 2.89
Nebraska 227 56 26.8 1.98 229 60 36.2 2.21
Nevada 43 28 25.2 2.47 43 27 30.4 2.59
New Hampshire 82 50 23.0 1.59 83 50 27.7 1.55
New Jersey 358 298 17.6 0.61 359 287 19.6 0.64
New Mexico 80 43 30.0 2.15 82 35 32.6 3.60
New York 661 555 17.9 0.52 670 557 21.2 0.52
North Carolina 422 336 21.3 0.67 414 331 25.0 0.78
North Dakota 83 23 26.0 2.44 85 23 33.0 2.54
Ohio 979 634 26.9 0.54 996 639 26.1 0.50
Oklahoma 364 112 21.5 1.33 373 103 26.6 1.35
Oregon 138 81 39.2 1.54 144 70 41.2 1.64
Pennsylvania 723 554 19.5 0.50 759 593 21.6 0.50
Rhode Island 95 52 20.9 1.49 97 55 23.5 1.55
South Carolina 177 131 17.4 1.20 177 143 22.5 1.22
South Dakota 111 22 27.4 3.03 112 32 31.3 2.01
Tennessee 332 252 22.6 0.91 343 241 27.2 0.92
Texas 1,137 627 17.0 0.49 1,144 594 19.8 0.53
Utah 90 44 30.6 2.66 91 52 48.4 2.31
Vermont 41 23 28.1 2.38 44 26 29.5 2.47
Virginia 278 212 21.2 0.81 282 208 26.2 0.90
Washington 250 170 33.3 1.10 268 180 35.5 1.01
West Virginia 133 83 21.5 1.63 141 84 25.5 1.69
Wisconsin 399 257 26.6 0.83 406 248 31.5 0.87
Wyoming 39 17 35.7 3.34 39 16 39.4 3.32
                 

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

b A facility had to have at least 20 residents in the denominator for a post-acute 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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