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Percent of Female Medicare Enrollees Age 67-69 Having At Least One Mammogram Every Two Years, by Race
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    Percent of Female Medicare Enrollees Age 67-69 Having At Least One Mammogram Every Two Years, by Race
    (Race: Overall; Year: 2014; Region Levels: State)
    Wyoming 56.3%
    Wisconsin 71.6%
    West Virginia 58.6%
    Washington 61.1%
    Virginia 64.0%
    Vermont 68.4%
    Utah 59.5%
    Texas 57.9%
    Tennessee 62.7%
    South Dakota 66.1%
    South Carolina 67.6%
    Rhode Island 67.9%
    Pennsylvania 64.8%
    Oregon 61.3%
    Oklahoma 55.6%
    Ohio 61.2%
    North Dakota 68.9%
    North Carolina 67.9%
    New York 62.1%
    New Mexico 57.1%
    New Jersey 61.5%
    New Hampshire 70.7%
    Nevada 55.3%
    Nebraska 62.3%
    Montana 62.3%
    Missouri 62.6%
    Mississippi 57.3%
    Minnesota 64.5%
    Michigan 64.4%
    Massachusetts 74.8%
    Maryland 63.8%
    Maine 69.1%
    Louisiana 61.5%
    Kentucky 58.9%
    Kansas 63.0%
    Iowa 68.5%
    Indiana 62.1%
    Illinois 64.3%
    Idaho 58.0%
    Hawaii 63.2%
    Georgia 62.0%
    Florida 67.9%
    District of Columbia 62.4%
    Delaware 70.4%
    Connecticut 67.8%
    Colorado 60.4%
    California 59.7%
    Arkansas 58.1%
    Arizona 64.0%
    Alaska 55.2%
    Alabama 62.8%
    National Average 63.1%
    90th Percentile 69.1%
    50th Percentile 62.6%
    10th Percentile 57.1%
        • FOOTNOTES:
        • Mammography rates for female Medicare beneficiaries age 67-69 are not adjusted. Because the measure is already restricted by age and sex, and women of all races should receive the test, statistical adjustments to correct for underlying population differences are not relevant.

        • DENOMINATOR DEFINITION:
        • Medicare women, non-HMO, age 67-69 (December 31 of last year of measurement period); Part B eligible.

        • NUMERATOR DEFINITION:
        • Any, but only one occurrence per patient during measurement year or prior year of CPT codes 76090-76092, 76083, 77055-77057; HCPCS G0202, G0204, G0206; ICD-9 codes 87.36, 87.37; V codes 76.11, 76.12; UB-92 revenue center codes 0401, 0403.




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