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Table 1.123b
Percent of low-risk long-stay nursing home residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder, by State, 2002 and 2006a
State 2006 2002
Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error Number of nursing homes Percentb Standard error
Total With scoreb Total With scoreb
Total 15,880 11,898 48.6 0.1 16,290 11,710 46.4 0.1
Alabama 232 197 45.0 1.0 228 194 43.9 0.9
Alaska 15 3 51.7 9.6 14 3 51.0 2.1
Arizona 136 98 51.4 1.3 135 104 47.8 1.1
Arkansas 235 190 41.6 0.9 240 170 39.5 0.9
California 1,276 836 56.6 0.6 1,332 794 55.4 0.6
Colorado 209 156 43.8 1.2 216 147 40.9 1.1
Connecticut 244 220 46.4 0.9 251 220 42.5 0.9
Delaware 44 33 47.8 2.2 42 32 49.4 2.1
District of Columbia 20 13 53.1 2.7 21 15 51.9 2.8
Florida 682 571 51.2 0.5 693 571 47.0 0.5
Georgia 361 314 49.5 0.8 362 309 47.3 0.7
Hawaii 47 25 65.2 2.1 45 26 64.1 1.8
Idaho 79 42 50.9 1.8 80 41 50.5 1.9
Illinois 800 626 39.9 0.7 825 629 38.4 0.7
Indiana 515 396 47.5 0.6 519 387 43.6 0.6
Iowa 456 311 42.5 0.8 455 310 38.7 0.7
Kansas 351 200 41.7 1.1 374 213 38.5 1.1
Kentucky 292 215 47.9 1.0 296 202 47.7 0.9
Louisiana 290 243 38.4 0.8 313 263 35.7 0.7
Maine 113 50 70.7 1.5 120 44 62.4 1.7
Maryland 233 182 55.8 1.0 244 177 53.2 0.9
Massachusetts 452 359 60.1 0.6 478 376 55.6 0.6
Michigan 426 348 49.5 0.7 431 353 48.3 0.7
Minnesota 399 321 49.3 0.7 420 333 47.3 0.7
Mississippi 201 175 45.3 0.9 204 164 43.7 1.0
Missouri 520 385 36.8 0.7 535 357 36.2 0.7
Montana 95 48 49.0 1.7 101 49 41.8 1.6
Nebraska 225 130 46.2 1.1 228 123 42.7 1.3
Nevada 47 31 53.2 2.6 43 30 53.2 1.9
New Hampshire 82 65 52.1 1.4 81 66 46.2 1.1
New Jersey 364 294 44.0 0.7 356 286 43.8 0.7
New Mexico 73 58 46.4 1.6 82 54 40.5 1.8
New York 656 601 51.5 0.5 670 584 50.2 0.5
North Carolina 421 326 54.2 0.7 421 308 50.2 0.7
North Dakota 83 58 43.8 1.5 83 58 43.1 1.8
Ohio 957 737 43.8 0.5 991 714 42.6 0.5
Oklahoma 332 189 39.3 1.0 368 201 34.6 0.9
Oregon 138 61 54.9 1.4 140 65 55.4 1.7
Pennsylvania 715 557 61.0 0.5 734 549 58.4 0.5
Rhode Island 87 70 44.5 1.5 95 73 41.0 1.6
South Carolina 175 129 61.1 1.1 178 127 58.1 1.2
South Dakota 109 80 48.3 1.3 113 82 46.0 1.1
Tennessee 326 267 48.3 0.8 337 262 46.9 0.8
Texas 1,144 787 44.8 0.5 1,144 736 43.2 0.5
Utah 94 49 48.1 2.1 88 49 43.9 2.2
Vermont 40 25 53.2 2.1 42 27 55.4 2.1
Virginia 278 219 56.1 0.8 277 205 55.4 0.8
Washington 244 173 55.5 1.0 256 179 55.5 0.9
West Virginia 131 104 53.1 1.1 135 95 45.5 1.1
Wisconsin 397 306 44.4 0.7 407 333 42.2 0.7
Wyoming 39 25 42.7 2.6 39 21 36.7 3.1

a The 2006 data reflect care for the period 10/1/06 to 12/31/06; 2002 data reflect care for the period 4/1/02 to 6/30/02.

b A facility had to have at least 30 residents in the denominator for a chronic 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. Data were downloaded from http://www.medicare.gov/NHCompare/Home.asp. The 2006 data were downloaded in April 2007; the 2002 data, in November 2002.

 

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