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Older adults using the Welcome to Medicare benefit (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 6.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 7.01
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082 2010      
Total 6.4

8.9







Age group









75-84 0.7

1.7







85 and over DSU

DSU







65-74 6.5

8.9







Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Males who are up to date on a core set of clinical preventive services (percent, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 46.3 (2008)
2020 Target: 50.9
Desired Direction:

Males who are up to date on a core set of clinical preventive services (percent, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 46.3 (2008)
2020 Target: 50.9
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2010      
Total 46.3
CI 45.5 / 47.2
SE 0.437
48.5
CI 47.8 / 49.3
SE 0.385






Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only 44.6
CI 34.0 / 55.1
SE 5.382
45.7
CI 36.7 / 54.8
SE 4.608






2 or more races 47.2
CI 37.7 / 56.6
SE 4.813
48.9
CI 43.1 / 54.6
SE 2.939






Black or African American only 30.0
CI 26.4 / 33.6
SE 1.848
33.9
CI 30.7 / 37.1
SE 1.612






Not Hispanic or Latino 47.5
CI 46.7 / 48.4
SE 0.430
49.7
CI 49.0 / 50.5
SE 0.381






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 30.0
CI 26.4 / 33.6
SE 1.848
33.9
CI 30.7 / 37.1
SE 1.612






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 49.8
CI 48.9 / 50.6
SE 0.432
51.4
CI 50.6 / 52.1
SE 0.395






White only 49.8
CI 48.9 / 50.6
SE 0.432
51.4
CI 50.6 / 52.1
SE 0.395






Hispanic or Latino 30.1
CI 25.2 / 35.0
SE 2.509
30.7
CI 26.5 / 34.9
SE 2.147






Age group









65-74 34.8
CI 33.7 / 35.9
SE 0.548
38.6
CI 37.6 / 39.5
SE 0.499






85 and over 62.7
CI 59.7 / 65.7
SE 1.539
61.4
CI 59.0 / 63.8
SE 1.232






75-84 60.7
CI 59.3 / 62.2
SE 0.734
61.6
CI 60.4 / 62.9
SE 0.642






Educational attainment









4-year college degree (or more) 49.6
CI 48.2 / 51.0
SE 0.719
53.6
CI 52.4 / 54.8
SE 0.626






< High school 35.8
CI 33.4 / 38.2
SE 1.225
35.3
CI 33.1 / 37.5
SE 1.132






High school 45.3
CI 43.8 / 46.9
SE 0.797
47.1
CI 45.7 / 48.4
SE 0.704






Some college or technical school 49.1
CI 47.3 / 51.0
SE 0.936
49.2
CI 47.6 / 50.8
SE 0.814






Disability status









People with activity limitations 53.5
CI 52.1 / 54.9
SE 0.723
54.7
CI 53.5 / 56.0
SE 0.640






People without activity limitations 42.3
CI 41.3 / 43.4
SE 0.546
44.9
CI 44.0 / 45.8
SE 0.482






Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DSU

DSU







Gender identity









Gender identity DNC

DNC







Marital status









Cohabiting partner 33.0
CI 20.6 / 45.4
SE 6.329
46.4
CI 36.6 / 56.3
SE 5.034






Widowed 50.2
CI 48.2 / 52.2
SE 1.018
52.4
CI 50.6 / 54.2
SE 0.915






Never married 36.0
CI 32.3 / 39.8
SE 1.897
42.8
CI 39.3 / 46.2
SE 1.772






Married 47.8
CI 46.7 / 48.8
SE 0.527
49.6
CI 48.7 / 50.5
SE 0.465






Divorced or separated 33.4
CI 30.8 / 35.9
SE 1.289
36.1
CI 34.0 / 38.3
SE 1.099






Veteran status









Non-veteran 35.6
CI 34.2 / 37.0
SE 0.710
40.3
CI 39.1 / 41.5
SE 0.614






Veteran 53.5
CI 52.5 / 54.6
SE 0.526
54.7
CI 53.7 / 55.6
SE 0.484






Obesity status









Obese 45.6
CI 43.8 / 47.4
SE 0.913
46.9
CI 45.4 / 48.5
SE 0.790






Not obese 46.7
CI 45.7 / 47.7
SE 0.502
49.2
CI 48.3 / 50.1
SE 0.444






Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Females who are up to date on a core set of clinical preventive services (percent, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 47.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 52.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2010      
Total 47.9
CI 47.3 / 48.6
SE 0.322
48.5
CI 48.0 / 49.1
SE 0.279






Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 35.1
CI 32.5 / 37.7
SE 1.329
33.3
CI 31.3 / 35.4
SE 1.062






American Indian or Alaska Native only 36.3
CI 29.0 / 43.7
SE 3.758
36.3
CI 29.4 / 43.1
SE 3.511






White only 50.8
CI 50.1 / 51.4
SE 0.318
51.8
CI 51.2 / 52.4
SE 0.289






Not Hispanic or Latino 48.9
CI 48.3 / 49.5
SE 0.315
49.6
CI 49.1 / 50.2
SE 0.278






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 50.8
CI 50.1 / 51.4
SE 0.318
51.8
CI 51.2 / 52.4
SE 0.289






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 35.1
CI 32.5 / 37.7
SE 1.329
33.3
CI 31.3 / 35.4
SE 1.062






Hispanic or Latino 34.7
CI 30.7 / 38.7
SE 2.025
32.1
CI 28.9 / 35.2
SE 1.613






2 or more races 38.1
CI 31.8 / 44.5
SE 3.243
38.5
CI 33.5 / 43.4
SE 2.521






Age group









65-74 34.4
CI 33.5 / 35.2
SE 0.422
37.5
CI 36.8 / 38.2
SE 0.376






85 and over 59.5
CI 57.7 / 61.3
SE 0.924
59.6
CI 58.1 / 61.2
SE 0.784






75-84 60.8
CI 59.8 / 61.8
SE 0.520
59.5
CI 58.6 / 60.4
SE 0.458






Educational attainment









4-year college degree (or more) 50.9
CI 49.5 / 52.3
SE 0.714
53.6
CI 52.4 / 54.7
SE 0.589






High school 47.7
CI 46.7 / 48.7
SE 0.500
47.6
CI 46.8 / 48.5
SE 0.444






Some college or technical school 50.5
CI 49.3 / 51.7
SE 0.625
50.2
CI 49.1 / 51.2
SE 0.541






< High school 40.5
CI 38.7 / 42.2
SE 0.889
39.1
CI 37.5 / 40.7
SE 0.816






Disability status









People without activity limitations 45.2
CI 44.4 / 46.0
SE 0.419
45.6
CI 44.9 / 46.3
SE 0.361






People with activity limitations 52.3
CI 51.3 / 53.3
SE 0.501
53.1
CI 52.2 / 53.9
SE 0.441






Sexual orientation









Sexual orientation DSU

DSU







Gender identity









Gender identity DNC

DNC







Marital status









Divorced or separated 36.4
CI 34.6 / 38.1
SE 0.882
38.2
CI 36.6 / 39.7
SE 0.77






Widowed 52.0
CI 51.0 / 52.9
SE 0.486
51.4
CI 50.6 / 52.2
SE 0.410






Married 47.9
CI 46.9 / 48.9
SE 0.502
49.4
CI 48.6 / 50.3
SE 0.444






Never married 41.8
CI 38.6 / 44.9
SE 1.589
42.2
CI 39.2 / 45.1
SE 1.492






Cohabiting partner 32.5
CI 21.2 / 43.8
SE 5.750
36.5
CI 29.3 / 43.7
SE 3.677






Veteran status









Non-veteran 47.8
CI 47.2 / 48.5
SE 0.325
48.4
CI 47.9 / 49.0
SE 0.281






Veteran 55.0
CI 50.2 / 59.8
SE 2.433
57.5
CI 52.9 / 62.2
SE 2.365






Obesity status









Obese 45.8
CI 44.5 / 47.1
SE 0.686
47.0
CI 45.8 / 48.1
SE 0.591






Not obese 49.3
CI 48.6 / 50.0
SE 0.376
49.6
CI 48.9 / 50.2
SE 0.327






Footnotes View Footnotes

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

DNC: Data for specific population not collected.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Older adults with diabetes who have had diabetes self-management training (percent, medicare beneficiaries with diabetes)

2020 Baseline (year): 2.0 (2008)
2020 Target: 2.21
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082 2010      
Total 2.0

1.8







Age group









85 and over 0.8

0.7







75-84 1.7

1.5







65-74 2.6

2.4







Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Older adults with at least one acitivities of daily living limitation or living in a long-term care facility (age adjusted, percent, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 29.3 (2007)
2020 Target: 26.41
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2010      
Total 29.3
CI 28.1 / 30.6
SE 0.64
30.8
CI 30.0 / 31.7
SE 0.437






Sex









Female 31.2
CI 29.7 / 32.7
SE 0.75
34.2
CI 33.0 / 35.4
SE 0.598






Male 24.3
CI 22.9 / 25.8
SE 0.75
26.4
CI 25.2 / 27.7
SE 0.633






Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 32.0
CI 27.7 / 36.2
SE 2.18
32.0
CI 28.9 / 35.1
SE 1.569






Not Hispanic or Latino ---

---







   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 35.8
CI 32.8 / 38.8
SE 1.55
35.1
CI 32.0 / 38.2
SE 1.601






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 27.2
CI 25.8 / 28.5
SE 0.7
29.9
CI 28.9 / 30.8
SE 0.486






Age group† §









75-84 32.5
CI 30.9 / 34.1
SE 0.83
34.1
CI 32.7 / 35.4
SE 0.693






65-74 19.2
CI 17.9 / 20.6
SE 0.68
21.0
CI 19.8 / 22.2
SE 0.609






85 and over 55.1
CI 52.5 / 57.7
SE 1.35
57.5
CI 55.5 / 59.5
SE 1.035






Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Older adults with reduced physical or cognitive function who engage in leisure-time physical activities (percent, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 32.6 (2008)
2020 Target: 35.91
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 20082 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total 32.6
CI 29.7 / 35.6
SE 1.482
37.2
CI 34.3 / 40.1
SE 1.465
34.8
CI 32.1 / 37.5
SE 1.390
37.3
CI 34.8 / 39.8
SE 1.259
39.2
CI 36.8 / 41.6
SE 1.224
Sex









Male 38.9
CI 34.0 / 43.8
SE 2.498
39.7
CI 35.1 / 44.3
SE 2.348
37.6
CI 33.3 / 42.0
SE 2.200
42.0
CI 38.2 / 45.8
SE 1.934
46.3
CI 42.1 / 50.5
SE 2.147
Female 28.8
CI 25.5 / 32.1
SE 1.694
35.5
CI 31.9 / 39.2
SE 1.870
33.1
CI 29.8 / 36.3
SE 1.661
34.1
CI 31.1 / 37.1
SE 1.521
34.4
CI 31.3 / 37.4
SE 1.561
Race/Ethnicity









White only 33.1
CI 29.9 / 36.4
SE 1.664
37.2
CI 34.0 / 40.4
SE 1.653
35.4
CI 32.3 / 38.5
SE 1.576
38.3
CI 35.6 / 41.0
SE 1.401
39.9
CI 37.2 / 42.6
SE 1.371
Hispanic or Latino 31.2
CI 22.8 / 39.5
SE 4.256
24.2
CI 16.9 / 31.5
SE 3.719
29.6
CI 22.4 / 36.8
SE 3.674
34.5
CI 27.5 / 41.5
SE 3.590
34.8
CI 27.9 / 41.7
SE 3.531
American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Black or African American only 26.6
CI 20.1 / 33.1
SE 3.319
34.7
CI 27.5 / 42.0
SE 3.687
27.6
CI 22.2 / 33.0
SE 2.743
27.6
CI 22.5 / 32.7
SE 2.599
31.2
CI 25.2 / 37.2
SE 3.066
Not Hispanic or Latino 32.7
CI 29.7 / 35.8
SE 1.550
38.1
CI 35.1 / 41.2
SE 1.548
35.3
CI 32.4 / 38.2
SE 1.482
37.6
CI 35.0 / 40.2
SE 1.328
39.6
CI 37.0 / 42.1
SE 1.314
   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 27.0
CI 20.4 / 33.6
SE 3.362
35.1
CI 27.8 / 42.4
SE 3.723
28.0
CI 22.6 / 33.4
SE 2.763
26.7
CI 21.6 / 31.7
SE 2.563
31.5
CI 25.5 / 37.5
SE 3.068
   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 33.1
CI 29.7 / 36.5
SE 1.744
38.3
CI 34.8 / 41.7
SE 1.765
36.0
CI 32.7 / 39.3
SE 1.693
38.9
CI 36.0 / 41.8
SE 1.487
40.3
CI 37.4 / 43.3
SE 1.490
Asian only 46.4
CI 30.9 / 61.9
SE 7.913
49.5
CI 37.5 / 61.5
SE 6.117
38.5
CI 27.5 / 49.5
SE 5.628
40.4
CI 28.1 / 52.7
SE 6.292
45.9
CI 33.9 / 58.0
SE 6.138
2 or more races DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Age group §









65-74 34.7
CI 30.5 / 38.8
SE 2.123
43.9
CI 39.4 / 48.5
SE 2.324
39.8
CI 35.7 / 43.8
SE 2.055
40.7
CI 37.0 / 44.3
SE 1.878
44.2
CI 40.6 / 47.8
SE 1.847
85 and over 25.1
CI 19.3 / 30.9
SE 2.948
24.5
CI 19.2 / 29.8
SE 2.711
24.2
CI 19.4 / 29.1
SE 2.464
26.1
CI 22.2 / 30.0
SE 1.980
28.8
CI 24.1 / 33.5
SE 2.392
75-84 33.5
CI 29.1 / 37.9
SE 2.245
33.3
CI 29.0 / 37.5
SE 2.175
32.5
CI 28.2 / 36.8
SE 2.190
38.0
CI 34.1 / 41.8
SE 1.944
36.6
CI 32.8 / 40.5
SE 1.959
Educational attainment









Advanced degree 40.0
CI 26.5 / 53.4
SE 6.870
71.1
CI 61.3 / 80.9
SE 4.997
51.8
CI 39.8 / 63.8
SE 6.143
66.3
CI 58.0 / 74.7
SE 4.245
63.4
CI 54.5 / 72.4
SE 4.580
Associates degree 51.5
CI 41.1 / 62.0
SE 5.345
43.7
CI 32.6 / 54.8
SE 5.679
44.8
CI 34.3 / 55.3
SE 5.360
48.8
CI 40.0 / 57.6
SE 4.490
45.3
CI 36.6 / 54.0
SE 4.421
4-year college degree 44.3
CI 33.4 / 55.2
SE 5.571
48.4
CI 38.1 / 58.7
SE 5.258
44.5
CI 36.4 / 52.5
SE 4.124
45.3
CI 37.5 / 53.1
SE 3.992
54.9
CI 46.8 / 62.9
SE 4.094
< High school 21.6
CI 17.5 / 25.8
SE 2.117
30.7
CI 26.0 / 35.4
SE 2.413
25.5
CI 21.5 / 29.6
SE 2.068
29.8
CI 25.7 / 33.9
SE 2.093
31.1
CI 26.8 / 35.4
SE 2.194
High school 32.2
CI 27.2 / 37.1
SE 2.537
31.8
CI 27.0 / 36.6
SE 2.464
33.7
CI 29.2 / 38.3
SE 2.303
32.1
CI 28.0 / 36.3
SE 2.133
34.7
CI 30.3 / 39.1
SE 2.254
Some college 40.8
CI 33.0 / 48.6
SE 3.977
38.7
CI 32.1 / 45.3
SE 3.368
38.3
CI 31.1 / 45.6
SE 3.697
41.1
CI 35.4 / 46.8
SE 2.912
38.8
CI 32.9 / 44.7
SE 3.028
Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 40.2
CI 30.4 / 50.0
SE 4.987
43.8
CI 33.2 / 54.3
SE 5.381
44.1
CI 35.2 / 53.0
SE 4.526
46.2
CI 38.1 / 54.3
SE 4.142
49.7
CI 41.5 / 57.9
SE 4.183
100-199 30.5
CI 25.2 / 35.9
SE 2.715
28.1
CI 23.5 / 32.6
SE 2.318
31.9
CI 27.5 / 36.3
SE 2.244
33.6
CI 29.5 / 37.6
SE 2.082
31.1
CI 26.9 / 35.3
SE 2.142
200-399 33.4
CI 28.6 / 38.3
SE 2.469
39.3
CI 34.3 / 44.3
SE 2.568
34.0
CI 29.2 / 38.9
SE 2.475
38.7
CI 34.5 / 42.9
SE 2.145
40.4
CI 36.3 / 44.6
SE 2.123
600+ 42.3
CI 30.5 / 54.1
SE 6.028
58.8
CI 49.8 / 67.8
SE 4.609
51.4
CI 40.1 / 62.6
SE 5.747
49.1
CI 40.4 / 57.8
SE 4.453
54.8
CI 44.6 / 64.9
SE 5.193
<100 23.3
CI 17.3 / 29.3
SE 3.049
29.4
CI 22.9 / 35.9
SE 3.338
26.5
CI 21.0 / 32.0
SE 2.808
27.8
CI 22.7 / 32.9
SE 2.591
32.1
CI 26.1 / 38.1
SE 3.066
Family type









Single parent with children DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Married couple or partners 37.8
CI 32.9 / 42.7
SE 2.504
42.1
CI 37.2 / 47.1
SE 2.513
38.9
CI 34.0 / 43.8
SE 2.506
42.1
CI 37.7 / 46.5
SE 2.228
45.7
CI 41.4 / 49.9
SE 2.168
Other 23.8
CI 17.4 / 30.2
SE 3.246
29.9
CI 23.5 / 36.3
SE 3.253
28.9
CI 23.3 / 34.5
SE 2.859
29.3
CI 24.3 / 34.4
SE 2.578
29.5
CI 24.3 / 34.7
SE 2.658
Two parent family with children DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Single 32.3
CI 28.8 / 35.8
SE 1.772
36.2
CI 32.6 / 39.9
SE 1.877
34.7
CI 31.1 / 38.3
SE 1.818
37.8
CI 34.5 / 41.0
SE 1.640
39.0
CI 35.7 / 42.3
SE 1.699
Country of birth









US 32.1
CI 29.0 / 35.2
SE 1.570
37.2
CI 34.1 / 40.3
SE 1.571
35.8
CI 32.8 / 38.7
SE 1.500
37.7
CI 35.1 / 40.4
SE 1.352
38.7
CI 36.2 / 41.3
SE 1.310
Outside US 37.1
CI 29.4 / 44.9
SE 3.938
37.7
CI 30.2 / 45.2
SE 3.828
26.7
CI 20.7 / 32.6
SE 3.054
34.6
CI 28.1 / 41.1
SE 3.333
43.3
CI 36.4 / 50.1
SE 3.512
Geographic location









Metropolitan 34.6
CI 31.1 / 38.1
SE 1.767
38.7
CI 35.4 / 42.0
SE 1.694
36.1
CI 33.0 / 39.2
SE 1.585
40.1
CI 37.2 / 42.9
SE 1.454
41.1
CI 38.3 / 44.0
SE 1.450
Non-metropolitan 26.1
CI 20.6 / 31.6
SE 2.789
32.4
CI 26.7 / 38.1
SE 2.923
29.9
CI 24.1 / 35.7
SE 2.982
27.8
CI 23.1 / 32.6
SE 2.414
33.2
CI 28.7 / 37.7
SE 2.312
Marital status









Married 36.8
CI 32.1 / 41.5
SE 2.401
39.3
CI 34.7 / 44.0
SE 2.359
38.4
CI 33.9 / 42.8
SE 2.264
40.6
CI 36.6 / 44.5
SE 2.004
43.2
CI 39.2 / 47.2
SE 2.042
Never married 37.8
CI 26.7 / 48.9
SE 5.680
35.4
CI 22.9 / 47.9
SE 6.374
32.2
CI 22.1 / 42.2
SE 5.128
35.2
CI 26.6 / 43.8
SE 4.377
40.6
CI 29.7 / 51.5
SE 5.575
Widowed 27.8
CI 23.6 / 31.9
SE 2.111
36.1
CI 31.1 / 41.1
SE 2.557
33.1
CI 28.8 / 37.3
SE 2.184
32.6
CI 28.6 / 36.6
SE 2.041
32.8
CI 28.6 / 37.0
SE 2.136
Cohabiting partner DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Divorced or separated 27.4
CI 21.1 / 33.7
SE 3.216
33.7
CI 27.7 / 39.7
SE 3.055
31.3
CI 25.5 / 37.1
SE 2.946
39.3
CI 33.9 / 44.6
SE 2.720
38.1
CI 32.9 / 43.3
SE 2.661

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§ This population group is not age adjusted.

1Target has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

2Baseline has been revised. See Tech Specs for details.

DSU: Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Physicians with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 2.7 (2009)
2020 Target: 3.0
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009 2010-2012      
Total 2.7

3.5







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Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Psychiatrists with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 4.3 (2009)
2020 Target: 4.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009 2010      
Total 4.3

7.4







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Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Registered nurses with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 1.4 (2004)
2020 Target: 1.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2004 2008      
Total 1.4

1.0







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Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Dentists with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.20 (2007)
2020 Target: 0.22
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2007 2012      
Total 0.20

0.10







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Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Physical therapists with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.6 (2009)
2020 Target: 0.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009 2012      
Total 0.6

0.8







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Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Registered dieticians with geriatric certification (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 0.30 (2009)
2020 Target: 0.33
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2009 2012      
Total 0.30

0.56







Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Pressure ulcer-related hospitalizations among older adults (per 100,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 985.8 (2007)
2020 Target: 887.3
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 985.8
CI 924.3 / 1047.4
SE 31.391
1216.3
CI 1144.9 / 1287.8
SE 36.445
1107.9
CI 1028.8 / 1186.9
SE 40.335
1032.4
CI 962.3 / 1102.4
SE 35.743


Sex









Female 976.4
CI 913.3 / 1039.5
SE 32.198
1216.7
CI 1142.8 / 1290.5
SE 37.694
1098.4
CI 1019.0 / 1177.7
SE 40.490
1014.1
CI 942.2 / 1086.1
SE 36.696


Male 998.8
CI 936.6 / 1061.1
SE 31.779
1215.8
CI 1145.1 / 1286.6
SE 36.094
1120.9
CI 1040.0 / 1201.8
SE 41.279
1057.0
CI 986.7 / 1127.3
SE 35.863


Age group









75-84 1163.2
CI 1090.2 / 1236.3
SE 37.273
1435.0
CI 1348.7 / 1521.4
SE 44.065
1290.3
CI 1195.0 / 1385.6
SE 48.635
1212.0
CI 1128.2 / 1295.9
SE 42.773


85 and over 2290.6
CI 2113.4 / 2467.8
SE 90.407
2889.2
CI 2698.5 / 3080.0
SE 97.319
2624.1
CI 2405.8 / 2842.3
SE 111.363
2444.4
CI 2246.8 / 2642.0
SE 100.812


65-74 509.8
CI 480.9 / 538.6
SE 14.717
608.2
CI 573.7 / 642.8
SE 17.619
572.1
CI 534.8 / 609.3
SE 19.000
534.6
CI 500.8 / 568.5
SE 17.254


Geographic location









Metropolitan 1038.7
CI 962.5 / 1114.9
SE 38.881
1282.9
CI 1195.3 / 1370.5
SE 44.689
1163.5
CI 1068.3 / 1258.6
SE 48.538
1081.7
CI 997.0 / 1166.5
SE 43.233


Non-metropolitan 776.2
CI 714.7 / 837.7
SE 31.374
953.6
CI 873.0 / 1034.1
SE 41.078
887.3
CI 798.8 / 975.8
SE 45.167
835.3
CI 750.4 / 920.2
SE 43.320


Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

Emergency department visits for falls (age adjusted, per 100,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 5,235.1 (2007)
2020 Target: 4,711.6
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 5235.1
CI 4489.1 / 5981.1
SE 380.601
5619.1
CI 4794.8 / 6443.4
SE 420.561
5746.9
CI 4828.0 / 6665.7
SE 468.791
6083.2
CI 5239.5 / 6927.0
SE 430.508


Sex









Female 6078.1
CI 5046.1 / 7110.2
SE 526.557
6594.9
CI 5443.7 / 7746.2
SE 587.359
6671.6
CI 5468.5 / 7874.7
SE 613.827
7146.8
CI 6037.0 / 8256.6
SE 566.209


Male 3935.7
CI 3133.4 / 4737.9
SE 409.297
4219.3
CI 3476.1 / 4962.6
SE 379.193
4414.4
CI 3491.6 / 5337.2
SE 470.811
4693.8
CI 3797.7 / 5589.9
SE 457.205


Race/Ethnicity









White only 5087.1
CI 4298.5 / 5875.8
SE 402.374
5855.6
CI 4947.3 / 6763.8
SE 463.397
5955.1
CI 4955.8 / 6954.3
SE 509.834
6288.5
CI 5347.7 / 7229.3
SE 479.997


Hispanic or Latino 4007.0
CI 2263.5 / 5750.5
SE 889.534
5817.9
CI 3415.4 / 8220.4
SE 1225.767
3364.5
CI 1804.5 / 4924.5
SE 795.902
---



Black or African American only 8015.6
CI 4895.7 / 11135.6
SE 1591.818
4092.1
CI 2367.3 / 5816.8
SE 879.966
5242.5
CI 3337.7 / 7147.3
SE 971.826
5463.0
CI 3076.3 / 7849.6
SE 1217.666


Not Hispanic or Latino 5680.3
CI 4868.3 / 6492.3
SE 414.301
5608.0
CI 4741.6 / 6474.4
SE 442.059
5916.5
CI 4932.7 / 6900.4
SE 501.963
---



   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 8550.0
CI 5197.9 / 11902.1
SE 1710.251
3859.5
CI 2154.1 / 5564.9
SE 870.091
5305.9
CI 3355.4 / 7256.3
SE 995.116
---



   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 5826.4
CI 4969.1 / 6683.7
SE 437.405
5897.4
CI 4942.7 / 6852.2
SE 487.116
6147.0
CI 5070.2 / 7223.8
SE 549.393
---



Age group §









65 and over 5298.8
CI 4552.8 / 6044.8
SE 380.601
5646.0
CI 4821.7 / 6470.3
SE 420.561
5735.7
CI 4816.8 / 6654.5
SE 468.791
6048.9
CI 5205.1 / 6892.7
SE 430.508


   65-74 2640.5
CI 2038.6 / 3242.3
SE 307.066
2940.7
CI 2216.5 / 3664.9
SE 369.479
3937.3
CI 3147.8 / 4726.8
SE 402.816
3441.4
CI 2721.7 / 4161.0
SE 367.169


   75-84 5743.6
CI 4621.9 / 6865.3
SE 572.293
6116.9
CI 4957.1 / 7276.7
SE 591.72
5499.0
CI 4336.4 / 6661.7
SE 593.196
7063.4
CI 5769.1 / 8357.6
SE 660.354


   85 and over 13580.6
CI 11051.4 / 16109.7
SE 1290.375
14088.3
CI 11124.0 / 17052.7
SE 1512.417
12929.0
CI 9773.1 / 16084.8
SE 1610.123
13295.4
CI 10668.1 / 15922.8
SE 1340.499


Geographic location (of provider)









Non-metropolitan 5990.2
CI 4115.5 / 7864.9
SE 956.479
5327.7
CI 3605.7 / 7049.7
SE 878.577
7069.0
CI 4469.0 / 9669.0
SE 1326.527
7257.8
CI 4832.9 / 9682.6
SE 1237.152


Metropolitan 5457.4
CI 4530.3 / 6384.4
SE 472.98
6141.5
CI 5064.9 / 7218.0
SE 549.26
5814.3
CI 4677.8 / 6950.9
SE 579.866
6239.6
CI 5193.3 / 7285.9
SE 533.831


Footnotes View Footnotes

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

---: Data are not available.

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.

States reporting information about victims and perpetrators of elder abuse (no. States and D.C.)

2020 Baseline (year): 3 (2004)
2020 Target: 4
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2004        
Total 3









Footnotes View Footnotes

Data are subject to revision and may have changed since a previous release.

Unless noted otherwise, any age-adjusted data are adjusted using the year 2000 standard population.

Data are not available or not collected for populations not shown.

CI: 95% confidence interval.