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Slide Presentation of the 2007 National Healthcare Disparities Report (NHDR)

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Slide 8

Three Largest Disparities in Health Care Quality for Selected Groups: 2005 Versus 2007 NHDR

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A chart displaying results for core measures for different ethnic groups.

Group—American Indians or Alaska Natives (AI/ANs)

Measure—Women not receiving prenatal care in the first trimester:

  • Relative rate 2005—2.1.
  • Relative rate 2007—2.1.

Measure—Composite: Adults who reported poor communication with health providers:

  • Relative rate 2005—1.8.
  • Relative rate 2007—1.8.

Measure—Children ages 2-17 with no advice about physical activity:

  • Relative rate 2005—1.3.

Measure—Women age 40 and over who reported they did not have a mammogram within the past 2 years:

  • Relative rate 2005—1.8.


Measure—New AIDS cases per 100,000 population age 13 and over:

  • Relative rate 2005—3.7.
  • Relative rate 2007—3.5.

Measure—Adults who can sometimes or never get care for illness or injury as soon as wanted:

  • Relative rate 2005—2.0.

Measure—Hospital admissions for lower extremity amputations in patients with diabetes per 100,000 population:

  • Relative rate 2007—2.9.

Measure—Composite: Children whose parents reported poor communication with their health providers:

  • Relative rate 2005—1.8.

Measure—Women not receiving prenatal care in the first trimester:

  • Relative rate 2005—2.0.

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