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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2006

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Figure H.5. Core Quality Measures with Estimation or Statistical Power Problems for Members of Selected Racial and Ethnic Groups

Bar graph displays: Black, Poor power, 7%; Asian, Poor power, 2%, No estimate, 33%; NHOPI, Poor power, 2%, No estimate, 93%; AI/AN, Poor power, 10%, No estimate, 47%; More than one race, Poor power, 2%, No estimate, 79%; Hispanic, Poor power, 2%, No estimate, 12%; Poor, Poor power, 5%, No estimate, 60%.

No estimate = Data cannot provide an estimate for group that meets report criteria for reliability.
Poor power = Data can provide reliable estimate for group but statistical power is insufficient to detect a 20% difference relative to reference group.

Key: NHOPI=Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander; AI/AN=American Indian or Alaska Native.

Note: Data presented are the most recent data available.

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