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Table 1.105b
Percent of pneumonia patients, age 50 years and older, discharged during October-February who were screened for influenza vaccine status and were vaccinated prior to discharge, all payers, by State, 2005
State Percent Standard error
United States 56.9 1.6
Alabama 54.9 0.7
Alaska 50.9 3.0
Arizona 48.7 0.7
Arkansas 53.2 0.8
California 39.9 0.3
Colorado 57.4 0.9
Connecticut 67.1 0.9
Delaware 58.1 1.9
District of Columbia 19.7 1.8
Florida 50.0 0.4
Georgia 48.8 0.6
Hawaii 51.2 1.5
Idaho 59.4 1.6
Illinois 48.0 0.4
Indiana 62.5 0.6
Iowa 73.7 0.7
Kansas 59.4 0.9
Kentucky 61.4 0.6
Louisiana 50.5 0.7
Maine 69.9 1.1
Maryland 50.5 0.7
Massachusetts 53.2 0.6
Michigan 60.8 0.5
Minnesota 65.1 0.7
Mississippi 51.4 0.9
Missouri 57.9 0.6
Montana 71.2 1.4
Nebraska 67.6 1.0
Nevada 31.7 1.2
New Hampshire 68.2 1.3
New Jersey 73.7 0.5
New Mexico 44.2 1.1
New York 57.5 0.4
North Carolina 60.4 0.5
North Dakota 74.0 1.5
Ohio 57.9 0.4
Oklahoma 68.0 0.7
Oregon 53.0 1.0
Pennsylvania 55.1 0.4
Puerto Rico 24.0 1.0
Rhode Island 49.5 1.5
South Carolina 60.7 0.7
South Dakota 77.0 1.3
Tennessee 57.7 0.5
Texas 53.0 0.3
Utah 69.3 1.1
Vermont 58.6 1.9
Virginia 56.5 0.6
Washington 46.4 0.7
West Virginia 64.1 0.8
Wisconsin 70.6 0.6
Wyoming 67.9 1.9

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

 

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