Loading

Percent of Medicare Enrollees Having Annual Ambulatory Visit to a Primary Care Clinician, by Race
  • Print
  • PDF
  • Embed

    Copy the following code and paste it into your website in order to display the current report.

  • Download to Excel

Customize Report

    • YEAR:
    • Race:

    Choose Locations

    [clear all] [select all] Selected Locations:

      Choose Indicator(s)

      Select one or more indicators
      • TOPIC:
      • INDICATOR:
        • Race
      • YEAR:

      [clear all] Selected Indicators:

     

    Region
    (Click a region name
    below to view its profile)
    Percent of Medicare Enrollees Having Annual Ambulatory Visit to a Primary Care Clinician, by Race
    (Race: Overall; Year: 2014; Region Levels: State)
    North Carolina 85.3%
    South Carolina 85.1%
    Delaware 85.0%
    North Dakota 83.8%
    Kansas 83.7%
    Nebraska 83.5%
    Vermont 83.3%
    Mississippi 83.2%
    Alabama 83.2%
    Virginia 83.1%
    Tennessee 82.9%
    Kentucky 82.0%
    Massachusetts 81.4%
    Iowa 81.4%
    Arkansas 81.3%
    Georgia 81.0%
    Indiana 80.9%
    West Virginia 80.8%
    Rhode Island 80.7%
    Michigan 80.4%
    Utah 80.4%
    Louisiana 80.3%
    Missouri 80.2%
    Wisconsin 79.9%
    Illinois 79.8%
    Florida 79.8%
    Connecticut 79.8%
    Pennsylvania 79.6%
    Oklahoma 79.6%
    Arizona 79.2%
    Ohio 79.2%
    South Dakota 78.9%
    Maryland 78.9%
    Maine 78.8%
    Washington 78.6%
    New Hampshire 77.6%
    Texas 77.5%
    Montana 77.3%
    Colorado 77.0%
    Oregon 77.0%
    Idaho 76.6%
    New Mexico 76.3%
    New Jersey 74.7%
    Hawaii 74.6%
    Wyoming 73.8%
    Minnesota 73.7%
    New York 73.3%
    California 72.9%
    Alaska 72.1%
    Nevada 71.7%
    District of Columbia 67.2%
    National Average 79.0%
    90th Percentile 83.7%
    50th Percentile 79.6%
    10th Percentile 73.3%
        • FOOTNOTES:
        • Rates are adjusted for age, sex and race using the indirect method, with the corresponding population as the standard. The standard population is the U.S. Medicare population age 65 to 99 with Medicare Parts A and B entitlement and no HMO enrollment during the measurement period.

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

        • NUMERATOR DEFINITION:
        • Part B ambulatory visit: CPT codes 99201-99205, 99211-99215, 99381-99387, 99391-99397, 99241-99245, 99271-99275, G0402, G0438, G0439; and place of service = office (place of service code 11), outpatient hospital (22), rural health clinic (72) or federally qualified health center (50); and physician specialty = general practice (specialty code 1), family practice (8), internal medicine (11), pediatrician (37), nurse practitioner (50), physician assistant (97) or clinic (70). Outpatient file: Any visit to a rural health center (RHC) or federally qualified health center (FQHC) recorded in the outpatient file.




    [ CONTACT US ] [ SITE MAP ]

    © 2017 The Trustees of Dartmouth College | 35 Centerra Parkway, Lebanon, NH 03766 | (603) 653-0800


    The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care is based at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and is supported by a coalition of funders led by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, including the WellPoint Foundation, the United Health Foundation, the California HealthCare Foundation, and the Charles H. Hood Foundation.