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2005 National Healthcare Quality Report

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Table 5.1e
Among adults age 18 and over who reported going to a doctor's office or clinic in the last 12 months, percent giving a best rating for health care received, Medicare managed care, by State, 2003
State Percent Standard error
Alabama 76.2 1.3
Arizona 58.9 1.1
California 62.0 0.8
Colorado 66.5 0.9
Connecticut 71.3 1.7
District of Columbia 65.4 2.7
Florida 60.8 0.7
Georgia 60.3 1.9
Hawaii 78.7 1.7
Idaho 71.3 1.7
Illinois 64.9 1.6
Indiana 74.5 1.3
Iowa 77.7 1.5
Kansas 60.6 2.0
Kentucky 64.7 2.2
Louisiana 69.8 1.5
Maryland 64.4 2.2
Massachusetts 70.0 0.8
Michigan 68.1 1.3
Minnesota 71.2 1.1
Mississippi 63.3 2.9
Missouri 66.3 1.1
Nebraska 72.2 2.3
Nevada 52.7 1.8
New Hampshire 64.2 2.6
New Jersey 66.8 1.2
New Mexico 68.5 1.6
New York 66.6 0.6
North Carolina 72.2 1.9
North Dakota 74.5 2.3
Ohio 70.1 0.7
Oklahoma 66.0 1.8
Oregon 70.6 0.8
Pennsylvania 72.1 0.6
Rhode Island 73.3 1.4
Tennessee 73.1 1.3
Texas 64.9 1.0
Utah 62.7 2.4
Virginia 64.3 1.7
Washington 68.1 1.0
West Virginia 74.5 1.2
Wisconsin 73.7 1.1

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

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