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Medicare Mortality, by HMO Status
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    Medicare Mortality, by HMO Status
    (HMO Status: All Enrollees; Year: 2014; Region Levels: State)
    West Virginia 5.2%
    Kentucky 5.1%
    Oklahoma 5.1%
    Mississippi 5.0%
    Alabama 5.0%
    Arkansas 5.0%
    Tennessee 5.0%
    Louisiana 5.0%
    Indiana 4.7%
    Georgia 4.7%
    Missouri 4.6%
    Nevada 4.6%
    South Carolina 4.6%
    North Carolina 4.6%
    Ohio 4.6%
    Texas 4.5%
    Michigan 4.5%
    Kansas 4.5%
    Alaska 4.4%
    Pennsylvania 4.4%
    Wyoming 4.4%
    Iowa 4.3%
    Maine 4.3%
    Montana 4.3%
    Idaho 4.3%
    Nebraska 4.3%
    Delaware 4.3%
    Wisconsin 4.3%
    Virginia 4.3%
    Illinois 4.2%
    New Hampshire 4.2%
    New Mexico 4.2%
    Vermont 4.2%
    Oregon 4.2%
    Utah 4.2%
    Rhode Island 4.2%
    North Dakota 4.1%
    Maryland 4.1%
    Washington 4.1%
    Arizona 4.1%
    South Dakota 4.0%
    Florida 4.0%
    Massachusetts 4.0%
    Colorado 4.0%
    Minnesota 4.0%
    New Jersey 4.0%
    Connecticut 4.0%
    New York 3.9%
    California 3.6%
    District of Columbia 3.6%
    Hawaii 3.5%
    National Average 4.3%
    90th Percentile 5.0%
    50th Percentile 4.3%
    10th Percentile 4.0%
        • DENOMINATOR DEFINITION:
        • 100% of Medicare enrollees age 65-99 who died during the measurement year with full Part A entitlement and no HMO enrollment during the measurement period. Age, gender, race, and eligibility are determined using the Denominator file.

        • ADJUSTMENTS:
        • Rates are adjusted for age, sex and race using the indirect method, using the U.S. Medicare decedent population as the standard. Gender-specific rates are age and race adjusted; race-specific rates are age and sex adjusted.




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