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Figure 8.2. Electronic medical record use in home health and hospice agencies, by geographic location and ownership, 2009
Clinical Decision Support
For Profit (percent)
Private Not For Profit (percent)
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, 2007 National Home Health and Hospice Care Survey.
Note: Government agencies include city, county, state, Department of Veterans Affairs and other federal agencies. Data were statistically unreliable for clinical decision support systems that were located in the West and agencies that were government owned as well as for CPOE used iby agencies that are for-profit, government owed, agencies located in the Northeast and the West
Figure 8.4. Race, Ethnicity and Income of Patients Receiving Care in a FQHC, U.S., 2010
Race / Ethnicity / Income
More than one race
Language Other Than English
Income At or Below Federal Poverty Level
Income 101-150% of Federal Poverty Level
Income 151-200% of Federal Poverty Level
Income Over 200% of Federal Poverty Level
Source: Health Resources Services Administration, Bureau of Professional Service, Bureau of Primary Health Care, Uniform Data System, 2011. Notes: Data were obtained from 1,124 Section 330g grantee recipients. Patients with hypertension include those aged 18-85. Hypertension is determined to be controlled if the patient's last blood pressure reading was less than 140/90. Patients with diabetes include those aged 18-75. Diabetes is determined to be controlled if the patient's most recent HbA1c was 7% or less.
Figure 8.5. FQHC patients with hypertension or diabetes whose symptoms are controlled, by race, 2010
Hypertension Under Control
Diabetes Under Control
Native Hawaiian (percent)
Pacific Islander (percent)
More than one race (percent)
Source: Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Primary Health Care, Uniform Data System, 2011.
Note: Racial groups shown are non-Hispanic. Data were obtained from 1,124 Section 330g grantee recipients. Patients with hypertension include those ages 18-85. Hypertension is determined to be controlled if the patient's last blood pressure reading was less than 140/90 mm Hg. Patients with diabetes include those ages 18-75. Diabetes is determined to be controlled if the patient's most recent hemoglobin A1c level was 7% or less.
Internet Citation: Chapter 8. Health System Infrastructure (Text Descriptions): National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2011.
October 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhdr11/chap8txt.html
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