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Table 1.123
Percent of stabilization in bathinga for home health episodes, by State, 2002 and 2004
  2004 2002
State Observed percent Risk adjusted percentb Standard error of observed percent Observed percent Risk adjusted percentb Standard error of observed percent
United States 92.2   0.02 90.8   0.02
Alabama 92.4 92.1 0.13 91.1 90.5 0.15
Alaska 92.5 94.7 0.66 92.8 94.7 0.71
Arizona 92.0 92.0 0.15 90.5 90.7 0.18
Arkansas 93.4 92.9 0.17 92.4 91.9 0.19
California 92.9 93.6 0.05 90.9 91.6 0.06
Colorado 92.0 92.7 0.16 89.9 91.4 0.20
Connecticut 91.3 91.7 0.14 90.6 90.7 0.15
Delaware 90.9 89.6 0.32 89.5 88.7 0.32
District of Columbia 88.7 88.5 0.55 89.1 89.1 0.49
Florida 92.6 92.9 0.05 91.5 91.7 0.06
Georgia 92.7 91.8 0.12 90.5 89.5 0.14
Hawaii 93.5 97.3 0.38 92.8 96.1 0.37
Idaho 93.2 94.2 0.27 92.4 93.4 0.31
Illinois 92.0 91.7 0.08 90.8 90.3 0.09
Indiana 92.1 91.2 0.14 91.2 90.2 0.15
Iowa 94.4 91.7 0.17 93.6 91.2 0.19
Kansas 93.7 92.8 0.19 93.0 92.7 0.22
Kentucky 92.7 91.5 0.13 90.7 89.6 0.15
Louisiana 92.9 94.2 0.14 91.8 93.0 0.15
Maine 91.2 90.8 0.22 90.4 90.1 0.24
Maryland 92.6 90.9 0.13 91.2 89.7 0.15
Massachusetts 91.4 91.7 0.09 88.8 89.3 0.11
Michigan 92.1 92.1 0.08 90.9 90.9 0.09
Minnesota 92.4 91.3 0.17 91.3 90.2 0.19
Mississippi 92.5 91.8 0.16 90.3 89.7 0.19
Missouri 92.5 90.9 0.11 91.1 89.8 0.12
Montana 94.6 95.6 0.30 93.4 94.5 0.34
Nebraska 93.4 92.6 0.23 91.8 91.2 0.26
Nevada 92.7 93.9 0.22 90.7 91.6 0.29
New Hampshire 90.4 90.4 0.27 90.6 91.1 0.28
New Jersey 91.0 90.7 0.10 89.4 88.9 0.12
New Mexico 92.1 93.9 0.26 90.7 93.0 0.28
New York 90.9 91.2 0.07 90.2 90.3 0.08
North Carolina 91.4 90.0 0.10 90.6 89.2 0.12
North Dakota 96.4 95.0 0.27 94.1 93.3 0.34
Ohio 91.1 90.1 0.09 90.1 89.0 0.10
Oklahoma 92.8 93.4 0.15 92.4 93.0 0.16
Oregon 89.7 91.9 0.19 88.1 90.2 0.20
Pennsylvania 91.5 91.1 0.07 89.4 89.1 0.08
Rhode Island 90.4 90.0 0.24 88.1 88.5 0.27
South Carolina 93.0 92.2 0.15 90.8 89.9 0.17
South Dakota 95.2 94.8 0.33 94.0 93.1 0.36
Tennessee 93.1 93.0 0.11 91.4 91.2 0.12
Texas 93.7 95.3 0.06 92.2 93.8 0.08
Utah 94.5 94.9 0.18 93.4 94.5 0.22
Vermont 90.6 90.9 0.35 91.1 91.5 0.37
Virginia 92.3 90.9 0.11 91.6 89.9 0.13
Washington 91.6 92.9 0.15 89.7 91.0 0.16
West Virginia 92.9 92.5 0.21 91.4 90.8 0.24
Wisconsin 91.5 90.5 0.16 89.7 88.9 0.18
Wyoming 94.1 94.1 0.47 92.0 92.6 0.58

a Consumer language used on the Home Health Compare Web site for this measure is: Percentage of patients who stay the same or don't get worse at bathing.

b Only observed national rate reported as in Home Health Compare.

Source: Calculated by the Center for Health Services and Policy Research, University of Colorado, from Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) data.

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