Skip Navigation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services www.hhs.gov
Agency for Healthcare Research Quality www.ahrq.gov
Archive print banner
2006 National Healthcare Quality Report

This information is for reference purposes only. It was current when produced and may now be outdated. Archive material is no longer maintained, and some links may not work. Persons with disabilities having difficulty accessing this information should contact us at: https://info.ahrq.gov. Let us know the nature of the problem, the Web address of what you want, and your contact information.

Please go to www.ahrq.gov for current information.

Table 1.38b
Percent of AMI patients who received recommended hospital care,a Medicare beneficiaries, by State, 2004
  2004
State Percent Standard error
United States 85.6 0.2
Alabama 80.4 1.2
Alaska 90.6 1.3
Arizona 85.5 1.0
Arkansas 79.9 1.2
California 79.8 1.2
Colorado 89.7 0.9
Connecticut 90.2 0.9
Delaware 86.8 1.0
District of Columbia 84.6 1.2
Florida 85.2 1.1
Georgia 81.3 1.2
Hawaii 81.4 1.2
Idaho 88.7 1.0
Illinois 82.4 1.1
Indiana 85.4 1.0
Iowa 87.8 1.0
Kansas 84.2 1.1
Kentucky 82.3 1.1
Louisiana 80.1 1.1
Maine 89.9 1.0
Maryland 87.0 1.0
Massachusetts 89.6 1.0
Michigan 88.0 1.0
Minnesota 90.3 0.9
Mississippi 81.3 1.2
Missouri 83.5 1.1
Montana 86.9 1.1
Nebraska 88.5 1.0
Nevada 80.8 1.2
New Hampshire 90.3 1.0
New Jersey 85.0 1.1
New Mexico 86.6 1.1
New York 86.0 1.1
North Carolina 86.2 1.1
North Dakota 88.4 1.0
Ohio 84.1 1.1
Oklahoma 80.8 1.2
Oregon 88.0 1.0
Pennsylvania 86.0 1.0
Puerto Rico 66.9 1.7
Rhode Island 89.3 1.0
South Carolina 86.4 1.0
South Dakota 91.2 1.0
Tennessee 86.1 1.1
Texas 85.2 1.1
Utah 86.9 1.0
Vermont 91.2 0.9
Virginia 87.7 1.0
Washington 85.5 1.1
West Virginia 86.0 1.1
Wisconsin 88.5 1.0
Wyoming 87.4 1.1

a Recommended hospital care for AMI includes administrations of aspirin and beta-blocker within 24 hours of hospital arrival and at discharge, receiving prescription of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor at discharge for patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction, and giving smoking cessation counseling for smoking patients.

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Medicare Quality Improvement Organization Program.

Return to Contents

 

The information on this page is archived and provided for reference purposes only.

 

AHRQ Advancing Excellence in Health Care