Percent of Children Having At Least 6 Well-Care Visits in the First 15 Months of Life
  • 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:
    • Insurance Type:

    Choose Locations

    [clear all] [select all] Selected Locations:

      Choose Indicator(s)

      Select one or more indicators
      • TOPIC:
      • INDICATOR:
        • Insurance Type
      • YEAR:

      [clear all] Selected Indicators:


    (Click a region name
    below to view its profile)
    Percent of Children Having At Least 6 Well-Care Visits in the First 15 Months of Life
    (Insurance Type: Overall; Year: 2009-2010; Region Level: HSA)
    Augusta, ME 50.4%
    Bangor, ME 60.7%
    Bar Harbor, ME 37.9%
    Belfast, ME 39.2%
    Biddeford, ME 50.9%
    Blue Hill, ME 36.1%
    Boothbay Harbor, ME 47.7%
    Bridgton, ME 40.0%
    Brunswick, ME 69.4%
    Calais, ME 61.0%
    Caribou, ME 52.9%
    Damariscotta, ME 47.7%
    Dover-Foxcroft, ME 54.5%
    Ellsworth, ME 53.8%
    Farmington, ME 41.9%
    Fort Kent, ME 53.5%
    Greenville, ME 47.4%
    Houlton, ME 60.0%
    Lewiston, ME 39.7%
    Lincoln, ME 62.1%
    Machias, ME 56.6%
    Millinocket, ME 56.1%
    Norway, ME 45.8%
    Pittsfield, ME 55.0%
    Portland, ME 48.2%
    Presque Isle, ME 45.9%
    Rockland, ME 60.9%
    Rumford, ME 26.1%
    Sanford, ME 58.8%
    Skowhegan, ME 62.7%
    Waterville, ME 51.0%
    York, ME 66.9%
    Berlin, NH 82.2%
    Claremont, NH 59.5%
    Colebrook, NH 54.5%
    Concord, NH 50.0%
    Derry, NH 59.7%
    Dover, NH 57.0%
    Exeter, NH 59.6%
    Franklin, NH 53.2%
    Keene, NH 49.9%
    Laconia, NH 61.7%
    Lancaster, NH 39.9%
    Lebanon, NH 57.7%
    Littleton, NH 35.1%
    Manchester, NH 59.5%
    Nashua, NH 58.6%
    New London, NH 51.2%
    North Conway, NH 78.4%
    Peterborough, NH 53.3%
    Plymouth, NH 47.8%
    Portsmouth, NH 67.8%
    Rochester, NH 61.1%
    Wolfeboro, NH 68.8%
    Woodsville, NH 52.6%
    Bennington, VT 66.3%
    Berlin, VT 59.8%
    Brattleboro, VT 65.9%
    Burlington, VT 72.5%
    Middlebury, VT 73.9%
    Morrisville, VT 60.3%
    Newport, VT 70.9%
    Randolph, VT 65.1%
    Rutland, VT 72.0%
    Springfield, VT 68.9%
    St. Albans, VT 75.4%
    St. Johnsbury, VT 60.1%
    Townshend, VT 59.2%
    Windsor, VT 55.7%
        • The population was limited to those under 18 years of age. The Medicaid study population includes all children insured by Medicaid for each of the three states, with the exception of Maine 2010 data, which was not released in time for this report. The commercially insured study population varied by state, reflecting differences in which plans were required to report claims. As a result, the proportion of the total pediatric population included in the study differed. The proportion was higher than 90% for Maine and Vermont (with the exception of Maine in 2010), but ranged between 66% and 77% for New Hampshire.

        • ADJUSTMENTS:
        • Utilization rates were adjusted using the indirect method for age (age categories 0-2, 3-4, 5-9, 10-14, and 15-17), sex, and insurance type (Medicaid or commercial plan) using the regional population as the standard. HEDIS measures, demographic measures, and physician workforce measures were not adjusted.


    © 2018 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.