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Table 4.9e
Among adults age 18 and over who reported going to a doctor's office or clinic in the last 12 months, percent of their health providers who always spent enough time with them, Medicare managed care, by State, 2003
State Percent Standard error
     
Alabama 68.2 1.4
Arizona 54.0 1.1
California 54.3 0.8
Colorado 60.4 1.0
Connecticut 63.2 1.8
District of Columbia 55.3 2.8
Florida 55.0 0.7
Georgia 56.1 1.9
Hawaii 74.8 1.8
Idaho 64.2 1.8
Illinois 64.4 1.6
Indiana 64.6 1.5
Iowa 67.0 1.7
Kansas 58.3 2.0
Kentucky 60.2 2.3
Louisiana 63.1 1.6
Maryland 60.3 2.3
Massachusetts 63.7 0.9
Michigan 61.8 1.4
Minnesota 62.1 1.2
Mississippi 66.9 2.9
Missouri 62.6 1.2
Nebraska 66.7 2.5
Nevada 54.4 1.8
New Hampshire 63.9 2.6
New Jersey 62.6 1.2
New Mexico 60.2 1.6
New York 61.1 0.6
North Carolina 62.3 2.0
North Dakota 69.3 2.5
Ohio 63.8 0.7
Oklahoma 60.1 1.8
Oregon 62.4 0.8
Pennsylvania 65.6 0.7
Rhode Island 70.7 1.5
Tennessee 66.9 1.4
Texas 60.8 1.0
Utah 53.9 2.5
Virginia 58.0 1.8
Washington 60.9 1.0
West Virginia 67.8 1.3
Wisconsin 67.6 1.2
     

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

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