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Table 4.10c
Among children under age 18 who had a doctor's office or clinic visit in the last 6 months, percent whose health providers always spent enough time with them and their parents, Medicaid, by State, 2004 and 2006a
State 2006 2004
Percent Standard error Percent Standard error
California DNC DNC 36.1 0.5
Colorado 56.6 2.2 53.7 1.4
Connecticut 71.1 2.3 DNC DNC
Florida 63.0 1.1 61.9 1.1
Indiana 58.7 2.4 DNC DNC
Kansas 57.2 1.4 51.4 1.8
Maryland 65.8 0.4 66.3 0.8
Massachusetts 57.9 1.4 58.8 1.2
Michigan 63.4 1.6 DNC DNC
Missouri 61.6 1.8 DNC DNC
New Mexico 62.3 1.4 58.6 1.3
New York 55.3 1.1 54.9 0.6
Ohio 61.3 1.2 59.8 1.1
Oregon DNC DNC 50.6 1.6
Pennsylvania 61.6 1.2 60.1 1.0
Rhode Island 72.8 2.0 DNC DNC
Tennessee 66.5 1.3 DNC DNC
Utah 60.4 1.3 56.0 1.6
Washington 56.7 0.9 57.4 0.7

a Both statewide agencies/programs and individual Medicaid plans submitted CAHPS survey data to the National CAHPS Benchmarking Database in 2006 and 2007. A portion of these plans submitted data in both years; however, some plans submitted data in only 2006 or 2007. Despite the variability in terms of participating plans/programs and state agencies, and given that the same CAHPS survey instrument and survey administration protocols were followed in both years, the composite scores are comparable over this 2-year period.

DNC - Data not collected.

Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, National CAHPS Benchmarking Database.


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