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Table 1.106b
Percent of pneumonia patients, age 65 and over, who were screened for pneumococcal vaccine status and vaccinated prior to discharge, if indicated, all payers, by State, 2005
State Percent Standard error
United States 62.2 1.5
Alabama 63.2 0.5
Alaska 51.4 2.3
Arizona 58.8 0.6
Arkansas 59.7 0.6
California 44.9 0.2
Colorado 65.6 0.7
Connecticut 66.5 0.6
Delaware 60.2 1.4
District of Columbia 26.8 1.7
Florida 56.8 0.3
Georgia 53.5 0.4
Hawaii 50.6 1.1
Idaho 68.1 1.1
Illinois 54.1 0.3
Indiana 70.7 0.4
Iowa 79.4 0.5
Kansas 62.9 0.7
Kentucky 67.1 0.4
Louisiana 61.3 0.5
Maine 66.5 0.9
Maryland 59.9 0.5
Massachusetts 58.7 0.4
Michigan 62.7 0.4
Minnesota 67.5 0.5
Mississippi 56.8 0.7
Missouri 65.1 0.4
Montana 72.6 1.0
Nebraska 75.1 0.7
Nevada 52.4 1.0
New Hampshire 69.0 1.0
New Jersey 80.3 0.3
New Mexico 45.8 0.9
New York 59.6 0.3
North Carolina 68.2 0.4
North Dakota 75.2 1.1
Ohio 63.5 0.3
Oklahoma 72.7 0.5
Oregon 56.3 0.7
Pennsylvania 65.2 0.3
Puerto Rico 24.2 0.7
Rhode Island 58.9 1.1
South Carolina 68.5 0.5
South Dakota 77.3 0.9
Tennessee 66.9 0.4
Texas 58.6 0.3
Utah 64.1 0.9
Vermont 70.9 1.3
Virginia 60.9 0.4
Washington 57.9 0.5
West Virginia 68.3 0.6
Wisconsin 73.1 0.4
Wyoming 71.5 1.4

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

 

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