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FTE Primary Care Physician Labor Inputs per 100,000 Medicare Enrollees, by Race
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    FTE Primary Care Physician Labor Inputs per 100,000 Medicare Enrollees, by Race
    (Race: Overall; Year: 2007; Region Levels: State)
    Alabama 89.7
    Alaska 64.8
    Arizona 89.8
    Arkansas 79.8
    California 92.6
    Colorado 82.2
    Connecticut 79.5
    Delaware 84.4
    District of Columbia 58.2
    Florida 96.4
    Georgia 86.0
    Hawaii 100.7
    Idaho 64.1
    Illinois 78.8
    Indiana 79.9
    Iowa 76.8
    Kansas 82.8
    Kentucky 87.2
    Louisiana 70.8
    Maine 81.3
    Maryland 86.2
    Massachusetts 78.3
    Michigan 89.8
    Minnesota 74.5
    Mississippi 74.7
    Missouri 80.0
    Montana 65.6
    Nebraska 84.0
    Nevada 84.5
    New Hampshire 72.0
    New Jersey 79.6
    New Mexico 83.9
    New York 84.6
    North Carolina 94.6
    North Dakota 70.7
    Ohio 88.5
    Oklahoma 79.6
    Oregon 79.2
    Pennsylvania 82.2
    Rhode Island 83.0
    South Carolina 94.4
    South Dakota 74.3
    Tennessee 85.2
    Texas 83.6
    Utah 78.3
    Vermont 77.2
    Virginia 86.7
    Washington 84.3
    West Virginia 83.8
    Wisconsin 71.4
    Wyoming 61.9
    National Average 84.6
    90th Percentile 92.6
    50th Percentile 82.2
    10th Percentile 65.6
        • FOOTNOTES:
        • Rates are adjusted for age, sex and race using the indirect method, using the U.S. Medicare population as the standard. Race-specific rates are age and sex adjusted.

        • DENOMINATOR DEFINITION:
        • Medicare, non-HMO, age 65-99 (mid-year); 20% sample, Part B eligible.

        • NUMERATOR DEFINITION:
        • Claims by primary care physicians (family practice physicians and general internists) for services provided in an office-based ambulatory setting, converted to full-time equivalents by linking the claim billing codes (HCPCS) to work effort (work relative value units) and dividing by the average number of work RVUs per primary care physician by specialty.

        • ADJUSTMENTS:
        • Resource allocation rates are adjusted for differences in age and sex using the indirect method, using the U.S. population as the standard.




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