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Respiratory Diseases

Asthma deaths among children and adults (per million population, <35 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 3.4 (2007)
2020 Target:
Desired Direction:

Asthma deaths among children and adults (per million population, <35 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 3.4 (2007)
2020 Target:
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20071 2008 2009 2010  
Total 3.4
CI 3.1 / 3.7
SE 0.154
3.3
CI 3.0 / 3.6
SE 0.151
3.7
CI 3.4 / 4.0
SE 0.159
3.4
CI 3.1 / 3.7
SE 0.153


Sex









Female 2.6
CI 2.2 / 3.0
SE 0.193
2.9
CI 2.5 / 3.3
SE 0.202
3.3
CI 2.9 / 3.7
SE 0.216
2.5
CI 2.1 / 2.8
SE 0.186


Male 4.1
CI 3.7 / 4.6
SE 0.237
3.7
CI 3.3 / 4.1
SE 0.224
4.0
CI 3.6 / 4.5
SE 0.234
4.3
CI 3.8 / 4.8
SE 0.241


Race/Ethnicity









White 2.2
CI 1.9 / 2.5
SE 0.141
1.9
CI 1.6 / 2.2
SE 0.131
2.2
CI 1.9 / 2.5
SE 0.14
2.1
CI 1.8 / 2.4
SE 0.138


Not Hispanic or Latino 3.7
CI 3.3 / 4.0
SE 0.18
3.7
CI 3.3 / 4.0
SE 0.18
4.0
CI 3.6 / 4.4
SE 0.187
3.8
CI 3.5 / 4.2
SE 0.183


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 10.6
CI 9.2 / 12.0
SE 0.711
11.5
CI 10.1 / 13.0
SE 0.74
12.2
CI 10.8 / 13.7
SE 0.759
10.6
CI 9.2 / 12.0
SE 0.705


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 2.2
CI 1.9 / 2.5
SE 0.162
1.9
CI 1.6 / 2.2
SE 0.15
2.1
CI 1.8 / 2.4
SE 0.16
2.2
CI 1.9 / 2.5
SE 0.163


American Indian or Alaska Native DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Black or African American 10.0
CI 8.7 / 11.3
SE 0.667
10.9
CI 9.6 / 12.3
SE 0.693
11.8
CI 10.4 / 13.3
SE 0.718
10.1
CI 8.8 / 11.4
SE 0.66


Asian or Pacific Islander DSU

DSU

DSU

2.5
CI 1.5 / 3.6
SE 0.535


Hispanic or Latino 2.2
CI 1.7 / 2.7
SE 0.273
1.9
CI 1.4 / 2.4
SE 0.249
2.4
CI 1.9 / 3.0
SE 0.28
1.8
CI 1.4 / 2.3
SE 0.24


Age group









18-34 years 4.3
CI 3.8 / 4.8
SE 0.25
4.1
CI 3.6 / 4.6
SE 0.241
4.7
CI 4.2 / 5.2
SE 0.256
4.3
CI 3.9 / 4.8
SE 0.246


   18-24 years 3.4
CI 2.7 / 4.0
SE 0.335
3.5
CI 2.8 / 4.2
SE 0.341
3.8
CI 3.1 / 4.5
SE 0.354
3.3
CI 2.7 / 3.9
SE 0.328


   25-34 years 5.1
CI 4.4 / 5.8
SE 0.357
4.5
CI 3.9 / 5.2
SE 0.336
5.3
CI 4.6 / 6.0
SE 0.36
5.1
CI 4.4 / 5.8
SE 0.353


<18 years 2.5
CI 2.1 / 2.9
SE 0.184
2.6
CI 2.2 / 2.9
SE 0.186
2.8
CI 2.4 / 3.1
SE 0.193
2.5
CI 2.2 / 2.9
SE 0.184


   5-11 years 2.9
CI 2.2 / 3.5
SE 0.321
2.8
CI 2.2 / 3.4
SE 0.315
2.9
CI 2.3 / 3.5
SE 0.319
3.2
CI 2.6 / 3.9
SE 0.335


   0-4 years 2.2
CI 1.6 / 2.9
SE 0.333
2.1
CI 1.5 / 2.8
SE 0.323
2.1
CI 1.5 / 2.8
SE 0.324
1.8
CI 1.2 / 2.4
SE 0.301


   12-17 years 2.3
CI 1.7 / 2.9
SE 0.298
2.7
CI 2.0 / 3.3
SE 0.323
3.1
CI 2.4 / 3.8
SE 0.348
2.3
CI 1.7 / 2.9
SE 0.3


Country of birth









US 3.6
CI 3.3 / 4.0
SE 0.167
DSU

3.8
CI 3.5 / 4.1
SE 0.169
3.6
CI 3.3 / 3.9
SE 0.166


Outside US DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Geographic location









Metropolitan 3.3
CI 3.0 / 3.6
SE 0.165
3.3
CI 3.0 / 3.6
SE 0.164
3.8
CI 3.5 / 4.2
SE 0.176
3.4
CI 3.1 / 3.7
SE 0.166


Non-metropolitan 3.9
CI 3.1 / 4.8
SE 0.419
3.4
CI 2.7 / 4.2
SE 0.392
2.9
CI 2.2 / 3.7
SE 0.363
3.4
CI 2.6 / 4.2
SE 0.39


Marital status (25 years and over)









Married 2.2
CI 1.5 / 2.8
SE 0.315
DSU

2.2
CI 1.5 / 2.8
SE 0.319
2.6
CI 1.9 / 3.3
SE 0.369


Widowed DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Never married 8.8
CI 7.3 / 10.2
SE 0.73
DSU

7.7
CI 6.5 / 9.0
SE 0.657
7.5
CI 6.3 / 8.7
SE 0.624


Divorced DSU

DSU

8.8
CI 5.0 / 12.7
SE 1.977
DSU



Footnotes View Footnotes

1Baseline 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.

RD-1.2 Reduce asthma deaths among adults aged 35 to 64 years old Revised

This objective was revised.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Asthma deaths among adults (per million population, 35–64 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 11.0 (2007)
2020 Target: 4.91
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010  
Total 11.0
CI 10.4 / 11.6
SE 0.303
10.6
CI 10.0 / 11.1
SE 0.296
10.8
CI 10.2 / 11.4
SE 0.298
11.3
CI 10.7 / 11.9
SE 0.304


Sex









Male 9.1
CI 8.3 / 9.9
SE 0.394
8.2
CI 7.5 / 8.9
SE 0.372
8.2
CI 7.5 / 9.0
SE 0.371
8.8
CI 8.1 / 9.6
SE 0.383


Female 12.8
CI 11.9 / 13.7
SE 0.459
12.8
CI 11.9 / 13.7
SE 0.457
13.3
CI 12.4 / 14.2
SE 0.463
13.7
CI 12.8 / 14.7
SE 0.469


Race/Ethnicity









Not Hispanic or Latino 11.7
CI 11.0 / 12.3
SE 0.332
11.0
CI 10.4 / 11.7
SE 0.323
11.2
CI 10.6 / 11.9
SE 0.325
11.8
CI 11.1 / 12.4
SE 0.332


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 8.4
CI 7.7 / 9.0
SE 0.314
8.0
CI 7.4 / 8.6
SE 0.307
8.3
CI 7.7 / 8.9
SE 0.313
9.0
CI 8.3 / 9.6
SE 0.326


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 33.3
CI 30.3 / 36.3
SE 1.539
32.0
CI 29.0 / 34.9
SE 1.495
30.8
CI 27.9 / 33.7
SE 1.457
30.5
CI 27.6 / 33.3
SE 1.44


Black or African American 32.0
CI 29.1 / 34.9
SE 1.476
30.7
CI 27.9 / 33.5
SE 1.432
29.7
CI 26.9 / 32.4
SE 1.397
29.4
CI 26.7 / 32.1
SE 1.383


White 8.1
CI 7.5 / 8.7
SE 0.288
7.9
CI 7.3 / 8.5
SE 0.284
8.3
CI 7.7 / 8.8
SE 0.29
8.9
CI 8.3 / 9.5
SE 0.3


American Indian or Alaska Native DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Asian or Pacific Islander 6.3
CI 4.3 / 8.3
SE 1.02
5.4
CI 3.6 / 7.2
SE 0.926
5.3
CI 3.6 / 7.1
SE 0.904
6.4
CI 4.5 / 8.3
SE 0.975


Hispanic or Latino 6.0
CI 4.8 / 7.3
SE 0.651
6.8
CI 5.5 / 8.1
SE 0.676
7.7
CI 6.3 / 9.1
SE 0.704
7.8
CI 6.5 / 9.2
SE 0.7


Age group









45-64 years 13.0
CI 12.2 / 13.8
SE 0.41
12.3
CI 11.5 / 13.1
SE 0.396
12.7
CI 11.9 / 13.5
SE 0.398
13.3
CI 12.5 / 14.1
SE 0.404


   55-64 years 13.9
CI 12.6 / 15.2
SE 0.648
13.8
CI 12.5 / 15.0
SE 0.635
13.3
CI 12.1 / 14.5
SE 0.612
14.1
CI 12.8 / 15.3
SE 0.621


   45-54 years 12.2
CI 11.2 / 13.3
SE 0.528
11.2
CI 10.2 / 12.2
SE 0.501
12.3
CI 11.3 / 13.3
SE 0.523
12.7
CI 11.6 / 13.7
SE 0.531


35-44 years 7.5
CI 6.7 / 8.3
SE 0.418
7.3
CI 6.5 / 8.1
SE 0.416
7.1
CI 6.3 / 7.9
SE 0.414
7.4
CI 6.5 / 8.2
SE 0.424


Country of birth









US 12.1
CI 11.4 / 12.8
SE 0.347
DSU

11.6
CI 10.9 / 12.2
SE 0.338
12.4
CI 11.7 / 13.0
SE 0.348


Outside US 4.7
CI 3.8 / 5.7
SE 0.498
DSU

4.6
CI 3.7 / 5.6
SE 0.482
5.5
CI 4.5 / 6.5
SE 0.514


Geographic location









Metropolitan 10.9
CI 10.3 / 11.6
SE 0.331
10.6
CI 10.0 / 11.3
SE 0.326
10.7
CI 10.1 / 11.3
SE 0.325
11.3
CI 10.6 / 12.0
SE 0.333


Non-metropolitan 11.5
CI 10.0 / 13.0
SE 0.752
10.1
CI 8.7 / 11.5
SE 0.704
11.4
CI 9.9 / 12.8
SE 0.746
11.4
CI 9.9 / 12.9
SE 0.746


Marital status









Widowed 25.7
CI 20.1 / 31.3
SE 2.871
DSU

21.1
CI 16.1 / 26.1
SE 2.558
18.8
CI 14.1 / 23.5
SE 2.403


Divorced 20.3
CI 18.2 / 22.4
SE 1.079
DSU

17.0
CI 15.0 / 18.9
SE 0.989
16.9
CI 15.1 / 18.7
SE 0.923


Married 6.0
CI 5.5 / 6.6
SE 0.268
DSU

6.3
CI 5.8 / 6.9
SE 0.274
6.6
CI 6.0 / 7.2
SE 0.284


Never married 24.3
CI 21.8 / 26.8
SE 1.272
DSU

22.9
CI 20.6 / 25.3
SE 1.202
24.1
CI 21.8 / 26.4
SE 1.16


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.

RD-1.3 Reduce asthma deaths among adults aged 65 years and older Revised

This objective was revised.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Asthma deaths among adults (per million population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 43.4 (2007)
2020 Target: 21.51
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010  
Total 43.4
CI 41.3 / 45.5
SE 1.071
42.4
CI 40.3 / 44.4
SE 1.046
38.8
CI 36.8 / 40.7
SE 0.989
37.7
CI 35.8 / 39.6
SE 0.968


Sex









Female 55.5
CI 52.3 / 58.6
SE 1.598
54.8
CI 51.8 / 57.9
SE 1.572
49.0
CI 46.1 / 51.9
SE 1.473
47.4
CI 44.6 / 50.2
SE 1.439


Male 27.0
CI 24.4 / 29.5
SE 1.295
25.7
CI 23.3 / 28.2
SE 1.246
25.1
CI 22.8 / 27.5
SE 1.215
24.9
CI 22.6 / 27.3
SE 1.198


Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American 63.0
CI 54.4 / 71.6
SE 4.379
57.8
CI 49.6 / 65.9
SE 4.136
58.0
CI 50.0 / 66.0
SE 4.091
54.5
CI 46.8 / 62.2
SE 3.922


Not Hispanic or Latino 43.8
CI 41.7 / 46.0
SE 1.113
42.1
CI 40.0 / 44.2
SE 1.078
38.6
CI 36.6 / 40.6
SE 1.022
37.5
CI 35.6 / 39.5
SE 1.001


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 40.9
CI 38.6 / 43.1
SE 1.153
39.4
CI 37.2 / 41.6
SE 1.12
35.5
CI 33.4 / 37.6
SE 1.053
35.2
CI 33.2 / 37.2
SE 1.043


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 63.6
CI 54.8 / 72.3
SE 4.462
58.6
CI 50.3 / 66.8
SE 4.226
58.9
CI 50.7 / 67.1
SE 4.185
55.0
CI 47.2 / 62.9
SE 4.004


American Indian or Alaska Native DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Asian or Pacific Islander 64.8
CI 51.0 / 78.7
SE 7.075
63.0
CI 49.7 / 76.3
SE 6.794
61.1
CI 48.3 / 73.9
SE 6.515
47.3
CI 36.3 / 58.4
SE 5.619


Hispanic or Latino 36.3
CI 28.7 / 43.9
SE 3.872
44.4
CI 36.2 / 52.6
SE 4.176
40.0
CI 32.4 / 47.6
SE 3.866
39.2
CI 31.8 / 46.5
SE 3.753


White 40.6
CI 38.4 / 42.7
SE 1.108
40.1
CI 37.9 / 42.2
SE 1.089
36.0
CI 34.0 / 38.0
SE 1.021
35.7
CI 33.7 / 37.6
SE 1.01


Age group









75-84 years 43.5
CI 39.9 / 47.1
SE 1.823
41.8
CI 38.3 / 45.3
SE 1.789
39.9
CI 36.5 / 43.4
SE 1.751
38.1
CI 34.8 / 41.5
SE 1.709


85 years and over 130.8
CI 120.8 / 140.8
SE 5.094
126.8
CI 117.1 / 136.5
SE 4.941
115.0
CI 105.9 / 124.0
SE 4.628
117.8
CI 108.7 / 126.9
SE 4.63


65-74 years 20.9
CI 18.9 / 22.9
SE 1.03
21.4
CI 19.4 / 23.4
SE 1.021
18.8
CI 16.9 / 20.6
SE 0.941
17.2
CI 15.5 / 19.0
SE 0.891


Country of birth









Outside US 42.0
CI 36.0 / 48.0
SE 3.062
DSU

41.3
CI 35.5 / 47.0
SE 2.939
40.3
CI 34.7 / 45.9
SE 2.85


US 43.0
CI 40.8 / 45.3
SE 1.135
DSU

37.4
CI 35.4 / 39.4
SE 1.038
37.0
CI 35.0 / 39.0
SE 1.021


Geographic location









Metropolitan 42.1
CI 39.7 / 44.4
SE 1.184
42.0
CI 39.7 / 44.3
SE 1.167
38.4
CI 36.3 / 40.6
SE 1.104
37.3
CI 35.2 / 39.4
SE 1.079


Non-metropolitan 48.3
CI 43.5 / 53.2
SE 2.486
44.0
CI 39.4 / 48.6
SE 2.348
40.1
CI 35.7 / 44.4
SE 2.222
39.4
CI 35.1 / 43.7
SE 2.19


Marital status









Divorced 75.1
CI 63.7 / 86.4
SE 5.791
DSU

66.1
CI 56.3 / 75.8
SE 4.98
54.7
CI 46.5 / 63.0
SE 4.21


Widowed 262.2
CI 244.9 / 279.5
SE 8.822
DSU

227.8
CI 211.6 / 244.1
SE 8.297
221.0
CI 205.3 / 236.7
SE 8.016


Never married 116.1
CI 92.6 / 139.6
SE 11.974
DSU

116.7
CI 95.0 / 138.4
SE 11.076
85.2
CI 68.1 / 102.3
SE 8.739


Married 38.1
CI 34.7 / 41.5
SE 1.716
DSU

32.7
CI 29.7 / 35.7
SE 1.535
34.5
CI 31.4 / 37.5
SE 1.558


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.

Hospitalizations for asthma among children (per 10,000 population, <5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 41.4 (2007)
2020 Target: 18.21
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 41.4
CI 25.0 / 57.7
SE 8.352
35.4
CI 20.9 / 49.9
SE 7.402
40.6
CI 17.9 / 63.2
SE 11.553
DSU



Sex









Female 30.6
CI 16.7 / 44.4
SE 7.050
25.5
CI 14.1 / 36.9
SE 5.811
28.6
CI 13.6 / 43.5
SE 7.647
DSU



Male 51.7
CI 31.5 / 71.8
SE 10.289
44.9
CI 25.5 / 64.3
SE 9.884
DSU

DSU



Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 66.8
CI 29.9 / 103.7
SE 18.841
53.0
CI 22.8 / 83.1
SE 15.373
DSU

DSU



White only 25.4
CI 12.5 / 38.3
SE 6.588
23.7
CI 11.5 / 35.8
SE 6.200
22.9
CI 9.4 / 36.4
SE 6.872
DSU



Geographic region (of hospital)









Midwest 17.0
CI 7.4 / 26.6
SE 4.906
28.3
CI 12.9 / 43.6
SE 7.823
DSU

DSU



South 40.1
CI 25.2 / 55.0
SE 7.593
DSU

DSU

DSU



Northeast DSU

DSU

DSU

28.4
CI 11.9 / 44.8
SE 8.394


West DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target 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.

Hospitalizations for asthma among children and adults (age adjusted, per 10,000 population, 5–64 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 11.1 (2007)
2020 Target: 8.71
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 11.1
CI 9.4 / 12.7
SE 0.856
11.1
CI 9.1 / 13.1
SE 1.013
11.0
CI 9.0 / 12.9
SE 0.988
10.5
CI 8.3 / 12.8
SE 1.150


Sex









Male 8.2
CI 6.4 / 10.1
SE 0.935
8.1
CI 6.0 / 10.3
SE 1.099
8.3
CI 6.3 / 10.3
SE 1.009
7.3
CI 5.1 / 9.5
SE 1.104


Female 13.8
CI 12.0 / 15.7
SE 0.962
14.0
CI 11.5 / 16.6
SE 1.307
13.6
CI 11.1 / 16.1
SE 1.289
13.6
CI 10.8 / 16.5
SE 1.475


Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 22.8
CI 18.1 / 27.6
SE 2.417
24.3
CI 18.3 / 30.3
SE 3.074
23.4
CI 17.0 / 29.9
SE 3.279
23.4
CI 16.9 / 29.9
SE 3.319


White only 6.4
CI 5.0 / 7.8
SE 0.719
6.7
CI 5.0 / 8.3
SE 0.842
6.9
CI 5.3 / 8.4
SE 0.809
6.2
CI 4.8 / 7.6
SE 0.722


Age group† §









18-44 years 7.1
CI 6.0 / 8.3
SE 0.572
7.7
CI 5.9 / 9.6
SE 0.933
8.0
CI 5.8 / 10.2
SE 1.122
7.2
CI 4.8 / 9.7
SE 1.250


   18-24 years 5.5
CI 3.9 / 7.2
SE 0.841
5.4
CI 2.8 / 8.0
SE 1.317
4.4
CI 2.3 / 6.6
SE 1.113
5.4
CI 2.9 / 7.9
SE 1.282


   25-44 years 7.7
CI 6.4 / 9.0
SE 0.676
8.6
CI 6.6 / 10.6
SE 1.027
9.3
CI 6.7 / 11.8
SE 1.311
7.9
CI 5.3 / 10.6
SE 1.346


45-64 years 16.0
CI 13.4 / 18.7
SE 1.359
17.0
CI 12.4 / 21.6
SE 2.330
16.7
CI 12.5 / 20.9
SE 2.157
14.7
CI 11.3 / 18.1
SE 1.749


   45-54 years 16.0
CI 12.8 / 19.2
SE 1.625
15.6
CI 11.0 / 20.2
SE 2.330
15.3
CI 11.1 / 19.6
SE 2.155
15.2
CI 10.9 / 19.6
SE 2.211


   55-64 years 16.0
CI 12.4 / 19.6
SE 1.818
18.8
CI 13.1 / 24.5
SE 2.923
18.5
CI 13.0 / 23.9
SE 2.792
14.1
CI 10.4 / 17.8
SE 1.888


5-17 years 13.4
CI 7.4 / 19.4
SE 3.059
11.2
CI 5.9 / 16.5
SE 2.712
10.5
CI 5.8 / 15.3
SE 2.410
12.4
CI 5.4 / 19.5
SE 3.604


   5-11 years 18.4
CI 10.5 / 26.4
SE 4.061
15.1
CI 7.5 / 22.7
SE 3.879
15.0
CI 8.2 / 21.8
SE 3.474
17.1
CI 7.7 / 26.6
SE 4.825


   12-17 years 8.0
CI 3.8 / 12.2
SE 2.156
6.8
CI 3.1 / 10.5
SE 1.868
5.4
CI 2.7 / 8.2
SE 1.403
DSU



Geographic region (of hospital)









West DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



South 10.4
CI 8.5 / 12.2
SE 0.957
12.5
CI 8.7 / 16.4
SE 1.964
11.4
CI 7.9 / 14.8
SE 1.771
10.0
CI 6.2 / 13.8
SE 1.919


Midwest 9.4
CI 7.1 / 11.6
SE 1.169
9.0
CI 6.7 / 11.3
SE 1.164
10.3
CI 6.5 / 14.1
SE 1.929
9.6
CI 7.0 / 12.3
SE 1.353


Northeast 19.3
CI 14.4 / 24.1
SE 2.457
14.2
CI 9.8 / 18.5
SE 2.226
14.8
CI 10.7 / 18.9
SE 2.096
15.4
CI 9.6 / 21.3
SE 2.977


Health insurance status (6-64 years)









Insured 11.1
CI 9.5 / 12.8
SE 0.843
11.5
CI 9.4 / 13.5
SE 1.043
11.0
CI 9.0 / 13.0
SE 1.027
11.1
CI 8.7 / 13.5
SE 1.228


   Public 29.8
CI 25.2 / 34.3
SE 2.331
31.0
CI 24.7 / 37.3
SE 3.217
27.8
CI 22.1 / 33.4
SE 2.901
29.5
CI 22.3 / 36.7
SE 3.687


   Private 6.4
CI 5.3 / 7.6
SE 0.563
6.2
CI 4.8 / 7.5
SE 0.684
6.1
CI 4.7 / 7.4
SE 0.672
5.4
CI 4.1 / 6.7
SE 0.643


Uninsured 8.0
CI 5.1 / 10.8
SE 1.438
5.4
CI 3.4 / 7.3
SE 0.986
6.6
CI 4.6 / 8.7
SE 1.040
4.0
CI 2.8 / 5.3
SE 0.652


Marital status (15 years and over)









Widowed DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU



Married 3.5
CI 2.6 / 4.4
SE 0.470
4.1
CI 2.8 / 5.4
SE 0.674
3.6
CI 2.3 / 4.9
SE 0.643
3.8
CI 2.3 / 5.2
SE 0.751


Single 14.0
CI 10.2 / 17.9
SE 1.967
16.4
CI 10.6 / 22.1
SE 2.933
11.5
CI 6.7 / 16.3
SE 2.447
10.8
CI 7.2 / 14.5
SE 1.847


Divorced or separated 4.7
CI 3.0 / 6.4
SE 0.884
5.0
CI 2.3 / 7.6
SE 1.351
7.4
CI 4.1 / 10.7
SE 1.665
DSU



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.

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.

Hospitalizations for asthma among adults (age adjusted, per 10,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 25.3 (2007)
2020 Target: 20.11
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 25.3
CI 21.6 / 28.9
SE 1.846
25.2
CI 19.8 / 30.6
SE 2.754
29.0
CI 22.0 / 36.0
SE 3.578
25.5
CI 20.0 / 31.0
SE 2.806


Sex









Male 17.0
CI 12.6 / 21.5
SE 2.278
14.3
CI 9.6 / 19.1
SE 2.438
19.0
CI 12.1 / 25.9
SE 3.510
15.5
CI 10.1 / 21.0
SE 2.784


Female 31.3
CI 26.3 / 36.2
SE 2.537
33.4
CI 25.6 / 41.2
SE 3.977
36.5
CI 27.3 / 45.7
SE 4.702
33.0
CI 24.5 / 41.5
SE 4.328


Race/Ethnicity









White only 16.7
CI 13.2 / 20.2
SE 1.786
13.3
CI 9.4 / 17.3
SE 2.039
18.8
CI 13.0 / 24.6
SE 2.950
17.9
CI 12.8 / 22.9
SE 2.580


Black or African American only 43.4
CI 31.5 / 55.4
SE 6.083
57.5
CI 31.6 / 83.5
SE 13.254
39.6
CI 24.7 / 54.5
SE 7.595
54.8
CI 32.3 / 77.3
SE 11.468


Age group† §









65 years and over 25.4
CI 21.4 / 29.3
SE 2.032
25.2
CI 18.9 / 31.6
SE 3.225
29.0
CI 20.6 / 37.3
SE 4.260
25.5
CI 19.1 / 31.8
SE 3.242


   85 years and over 26.0
CI 15.9 / 36.0
SE 5.131
26.6
CI 15.6 / 37.7
SE 5.639
36.2
CI 19.7 / 52.6
SE 8.392
38.6
CI 23.5 / 53.7
SE 7.716


   75-84 years 30.3
CI 22.8 / 37.8
SE 3.827
27.5
CI 18.1 / 36.8
SE 4.778
27.6
CI 18.1 / 37.1
SE 4.854
24.4
CI 15.5 / 33.4
SE 4.548


   65-74 years 21.8
CI 17.8 / 25.9
SE 2.073
23.4
CI 16.0 / 30.8
SE 3.768
27.9
CI 18.6 / 37.2
SE 4.751
22.5
CI 15.7 / 29.3
SE 3.488


Geographic region (of hospital)









Midwest 21.4
CI 14.6 / 28.2
SE 3.469
21.2
CI 12.8 / 29.7
SE 4.311
24.6
CI 15.6 / 33.7
SE 4.618
20.1
CI 11.5 / 28.7
SE 4.388


Northeast 36.8
CI 28.4 / 45.3
SE 4.308
34.0
CI 23.7 / 44.3
SE 5.272
45.5
CI 27.7 / 63.3
SE 9.077
30.4
CI 18.5 / 42.3
SE 6.059


South 23.6
CI 16.9 / 30.3
SE 3.416
30.6
CI 19.5 / 41.8
SE 5.692
27.4
CI 15.6 / 39.1
SE 5.983
27.4
CI 16.9 / 38.0
SE 5.390


West 21.5
CI 14.5 / 28.4
SE 3.541
DSU

DSU

22.9
CI 11.4 / 34.5
SE 5.880


Marital status









Married 9.0
CI 6.2 / 11.8
SE 1.426
8.5
CI 5.0 / 12.1
SE 1.825
10.6
CI 4.9 / 16.4
SE 2.925
8.0
CI 4.3 / 11.8
SE 1.921


Divorced or separated 22.7
CI 12.5 / 33.0
SE 5.230
DSU

17.5
CI 7.9 / 27.1
SE 4.912
DSU



Widowed 22.4
CI 15.3 / 29.4
SE 3.602
21.1
CI 12.9 / 29.3
SE 4.195
22.3
CI 13.1 / 31.5
SE 4.680
29.6
CI 16.6 / 42.6
SE 6.636


Single 83.2
CI 40.7 / 125.6
SE 21.659
DSU

DSU

DSU



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.

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.

Emergency department visits for asthma among children (per 10,000 population, <5 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 132.8 (2005-2007)
2020 Target: 95.71
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-20072 2008-2010      
Total 132.8
CI 106.5 / 159.0
SE 13.379
138.3
CI 106.0 / 170.6
SE 16.48






Sex









Female 93.8
CI 66.1 / 121.6
SE 14.168
100.7
CI 65.8 / 135.6
SE 17.809






Male 170.0
CI 131.1 / 208.8
SE 19.824
174.3
CI 128.3 / 220.3
SE 23.475






Race/Ethnicity









White only 100.9
CI 75.7 / 126.2
SE 12.873
95.8
CI 67.6 / 124.0
SE 14.383






Not Hispanic or Latino 126.7
CI 97.2 / 156.3
SE 15.058
145.0
CI 106.5 / 183.5
SE 19.636






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 86.0
CI 57.9 / 114.0
SE 14.298
87.5
CI 55.9 / 119.1
SE 16.116






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 316.7
CI 213.5 / 420.0
SE 52.672
373.1
CI 263.8 / 482.4
SE 55.748






Hispanic or Latino 152.9
CI 102.1 / 203.7
SE 25.931
119.0
CI 66.1 / 171.9
SE 27.004






Black or African American only 323.4
CI 224.2 / 422.6
SE 50.613
343.2
CI 243.6 / 442.8
SE 50.827






Geographic location (of provider)









Metropolitan 141.4
CI 111.7 / 171.2
SE 15.165
149.1
CI 112.0 / 186.2
SE 18.95






Non-metropolitan 84.0
CI 37.2 / 130.8
SE 23.859
DSU







Health insurance status









Insured 122.0
CI 98.6 / 145.3
SE 11.912
126.4
CI 94.9 / 157.9
SE 16.049






   Public 210.2
CI 160.2 / 260.2
SE 25.528
143.0
CI 103.6 / 182.5
SE 20.122






   Private 60.7
CI 43.4 / 78.0
SE 8.821
111.9
CI 71.4 / 152.4
SE 20.664






Uninsured DSU

DSU







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.

Emergency department visits for asthma among children and adults (per 10,000 population, 5–64 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 57.0 (2005-2007)
2020 Target: 49.61
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-20072 2008-2010      
Total 57.0
CI 51.8 / 62.2
SE 2.642
61.8
CI 55.6 / 68.0
SE 3.144






Sex









Male 44.6
CI 38.4 / 50.7
SE 3.145
56.4
CI 48.7 / 64.2
SE 3.955






Female 69.3
CI 62.3 / 76.3
SE 3.568
67.1
CI 59.6 / 74.6
SE 3.821






Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 177.9
CI 153.4 / 202.4
SE 12.505
189.9
CI 158.9 / 220.9
SE 15.806






White only 40.5
CI 35.6 / 45.5
SE 2.531
43.5
CI 38.3 / 48.8
SE 2.658






Not Hispanic or Latino 56.5
CI 51.1 / 61.8
SE 2.719
62.2
CI 55.8 / 68.7
SE 3.296






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 178.6
CI 153.5 / 203.6
SE 12.763
186.8
CI 156.3 / 217.4
SE 15.587






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 37.1
CI 32.3 / 42.0
SE 2.485
42.3
CI 36.9 / 47.7
SE 2.741






Hispanic or Latino 60.0
CI 46.7 / 73.3
SE 6.773
59.7
CI 46.2 / 73.2
SE 6.882






Age group









5-17 years 73.6
CI 60.4 / 86.8
SE 6.734
90.4
CI 75.6 / 105.3
SE 7.576






   12-17 years 49.9
CI 35.9 / 63.9
SE 7.131
58.5
CI 42.0 / 75.1
SE 8.442






   5-11 years 95.2
CI 74.4 / 116.0
SE 10.605
118.1
CI 96.4 / 139.8
SE 11.081






18-44 years 62.3
CI 55.2 / 69.3
SE 3.605
61.0
CI 52.9 / 69.0
SE 4.101






   25-44 years 60.9
CI 53.1 / 68.7
SE 3.982
55.5
CI 46.6 / 64.3
SE 4.521






   18-24 years 66.3
CI 53.6 / 79.0
SE 6.468
76.1
CI 59.7 / 92.6
SE 8.392






45-64 years 37.3
CI 31.2 / 43.4
SE 3.101
43.7
CI 36.2 / 51.1
SE 3.799






   45-54 years 45.5
CI 36.6 / 54.5
SE 4.579
51.0
CI 40.9 / 61.2
SE 5.182






   55-64 years 26.1
CI 19.2 / 33.0
SE 3.505
34.3
CI 24.6 / 44.1
SE 4.971






Geographic location (of provider)









Metropolitan 59.1
CI 53.3 / 64.9
SE 2.972
62.4
CI 55.3 / 69.6
SE 3.638






Non-metropolitan 45.6
CI 30.8 / 60.4
SE 7.558
58.3
CI 45.8 / 70.7
SE 6.35






Health insurance status









Insured 51.2
CI 45.9 / 56.4
SE 2.665
54.9
CI 49.0 / 60.8
SE 3.024






   Private 30.0
CI 25.7 / 34.4
SE 2.227
31.8
CI 26.8 / 36.8
SE 2.551






   Public 151.6
CI 129.8 / 173.3
SE 11.1
144.1
CI 124.7 / 163.5
SE 9.906






Uninsured 64.4
CI 52.7 / 76.2
SE 5.982
67.7
CI 53.4 / 82.1
SE 7.333






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.

Emergency department visits for asthma among adults (per 10,000 population, 65+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 21.9 (2005-2007)
2020 Target: 13.71
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2005-20072 2008-2010      
Total 21.9
CI 16.1 / 27.7
SE 2.947
31.6
CI 23.4 / 39.7
SE 4.153






Sex









Female 23.5
CI 16.1 / 30.9
SE 3.765
41.4
CI 29.8 / 53.0
SE 5.911






Male 19.8
CI 11.8 / 27.8
SE 4.078
18.7
CI 8.5 / 29.0
SE 5.252






Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU

DSU







Not Hispanic or Latino 20.4
CI 14.6 / 26.1
SE 2.921
28.4
CI 20.6 / 36.2
SE 3.992






   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 15.0
CI 9.6 / 20.3
SE 2.72
19.3
CI 12.7 / 26.0
SE 3.392






   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 61.0
CI 30.4 / 91.5
SE 15.586
DSU







Black or African American only 62.6
CI 32.4 / 92.8
SE 15.401
DSU







White only 16.4
CI 10.7 / 22.2
SE 2.927
22.4
CI 15.4 / 29.3
SE 3.548






Age group









85 years and over DSU

DSU







75-84 years 24.3
CI 15.3 / 33.3
SE 4.57
22.7
CI 12.1 / 33.3
SE 5.41






65-74 years 21.6
CI 13.4 / 29.8
SE 4.171
36.5
CI 23.5 / 49.6
SE 6.676






Geographic location (of provider)









Non-metropolitan DSU

DSU







Metropolitan 23.8
CI 17.4 / 30.3
SE 3.3
34.3
CI 24.5 / 44.0
SE 4.969






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.

RD-4 Reduce activity limitations among persons with current asthma Revised

This objective was revised.
See Revision History for Details.

Additional Data Options

Activity limitations among persons with asthma (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 12.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 10.31
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total 12.7
CI 11.0 / 14.4
SE 0.863
12.1
CI 10.5 / 13.7
SE 0.796
10.5
CI 9.3 / 11.7
SE 0.629
12.5
CI 11.2 / 13.8
SE 0.654
10.0
CI 8.7 / 11.2
SE 0.638
Sex









Male 11.2
CI 8.4 / 14.0
SE 1.421
11.7
CI 8.8 / 14.6
SE 1.465
8.7
CI 6.9 / 10.5
SE 0.927
11.9
CI 9.8 / 14.1
SE 1.115
9.7
CI 7.6 / 11.8
SE 1.084
Female 13.5
CI 11.3 / 15.7
SE 1.104
12.2
CI 10.4 / 14.0
SE 0.930
11.6
CI 9.9 / 13.3
SE 0.869
12.8
CI 11.2 / 14.4
SE 0.819
10.1
CI 8.6 / 11.6
SE 0.773
Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 14.4
CI 10.0 / 18.9
SE 2.263
15.2
CI 11.8 / 18.6
SE 1.725
10.9
CI 8.3 / 13.6
SE 1.364
11.5
CI 8.8 / 14.1
SE 1.363
12.6
CI 9.9 / 15.4
SE 1.401
White only 12.1
CI 10.2 / 13.9
SE 0.941
11.5
CI 9.8 / 13.3
SE 0.890
10.4
CI 9.0 / 11.9
SE 0.744
12.1
CI 10.6 / 13.6
SE 0.750
9.0
CI 7.6 / 10.4
SE 0.721
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Not Hispanic or Latino 13.0
CI 11.2 / 14.9
SE 0.939
12.2
CI 10.5 / 13.9
SE 0.858
10.5
CI 9.2 / 11.9
SE 0.682
12.7
CI 11.3 / 14.1
SE 0.713
10.4
CI 9.0 / 11.8
SE 0.706
   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 12.6
CI 10.5 / 14.6
SE 1.045
11.6
CI 9.6 / 13.5
SE 0.983
10.5
CI 8.8 / 12.1
SE 0.832
12.2
CI 10.5 / 13.8
SE 0.828
9.4
CI 7.8 / 11.0
SE 0.805
   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 14.4
CI 9.9 / 19.0
SE 2.306
15.1
CI 11.7 / 18.6
SE 1.750
11.0
CI 8.3 / 13.8
SE 1.395
11.9
CI 9.1 / 14.6
SE 1.413
12.4
CI 9.6 / 15.1
SE 1.401
2 or more races 33.5
CI 19.9 / 47.0
SE 6.922
DSU

10.2
CI 4.3 / 16.1
SE 3.011
19.8
CI 11.2 / 28.3
SE 4.354
14.7
CI 8.8 / 20.6
SE 3.020
Asian only DSU

7.0
CI 2.9 / 11.0
SE 2.075
DSU

10.1
CI 4.3 / 15.8
SE 2.932
DSU

Hispanic or Latino 8.4
CI 5.4 / 11.4
SE 1.536
10.2
CI 7.2 / 13.3
SE 1.548
10.3
CI 7.2 / 13.5
SE 1.603
11.3
CI 7.7 / 14.8
SE 1.795
6.5
CI 4.2 / 8.7
SE 1.137
American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

24.1
CI 17.2 / 31.0
SE 3.507
DSU

Age group† §









18-44 years 9.6
CI 6.6 / 12.7
SE 1.573
6.3
CI 3.9 / 8.6
SE 1.203
5.9
CI 4.0 / 7.8
SE 0.974
9.0
CI 6.9 / 11.2
SE 1.101
4.6
CI 3.1 / 6.1
SE 0.769
   25-44 years 9.2
CI 5.7 / 12.6
SE 1.773
7.7
CI 4.5 / 10.8
SE 1.601
6.5
CI 4.3 / 8.7
SE 1.111
11.0
CI 8.2 / 13.8
SE 1.440
4.8
CI 3.3 / 6.3
SE 0.759
   18-24 years 10.5
CI 4.5 / 16.6
SE 3.091
DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

45-64 years 17.7
CI 13.9 / 21.4
SE 1.918
18.7
CI 15.2 / 22.3
SE 1.809
19.0
CI 15.8 / 22.3
SE 1.655
17.4
CI 14.7 / 20.0
SE 1.346
17.4
CI 14.0 / 20.8
SE 1.741
   55-64 years 20.4
CI 14.7 / 26.0
SE 2.888
22.0
CI 16.6 / 27.3
SE 2.710
24.0
CI 19.0 / 29.0
SE 2.536
21.4
CI 17.1 / 25.6
SE 2.170
19.2
CI 14.8 / 23.5
SE 2.222
   45-54 years 15.9
CI 11.1 / 20.8
SE 2.485
16.1
CI 11.4 / 20.7
SE 2.386
14.7
CI 10.5 / 18.8
SE 2.115
13.6
CI 10.4 / 16.8
SE 1.623
15.6
CI 10.3 / 20.9
SE 2.703
65 years and over 26.3
CI 20.6 / 31.9
SE 2.882
31.5
CI 25.5 / 37.4
SE 3.028
21.8
CI 17.2 / 26.4
SE 2.346
28.8
CI 24.3 / 33.3
SE 2.290
21.5
CI 17.3 / 25.7
SE 2.156
   85 years and over DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

30.5
CI 14.8 / 46.3
SE 8.030
   65-74 years 29.1
CI 21.7 / 36.4
SE 3.739
34.8
CI 27.6 / 42.0
SE 3.671
21.5
CI 15.7 / 27.4
SE 2.978
26.4
CI 20.9 / 32.0
SE 2.829
21.8
CI 16.4 / 27.1
SE 2.734
   75-84 years 22.6
CI 13.2 / 32.0
SE 4.807
30.1
CI 17.7 / 42.5
SE 6.323
23.1
CI 14.6 / 31.5
SE 4.313
33.1
CI 25.1 / 41.2
SE 4.118
17.9
CI 11.2 / 24.6
SE 3.413
<18 years 6.3
CI 4.4 / 8.2
SE 0.980
6.4
CI 4.2 / 8.5
SE 1.094
5.2
CI 3.7 / 6.8
SE 0.793
6.0
CI 4.4 / 7.5
SE 0.788
6.6
CI 4.8 / 8.3
SE 0.897
   5-11 years 4.3
CI 2.0 / 6.6
SE 1.165
4.2
CI 2.2 / 6.2
SE 1.024
5.2
CI 2.9 / 7.4
SE 1.154
5.0
CI 2.9 / 7.2
SE 1.111
3.8
CI 2.2 / 5.4
SE 0.828
   12-17 years 8.1
CI 4.3 / 11.8
SE 1.906
DSU

4.8
CI 2.1 / 7.5
SE 1.355
6.4
CI 3.8 / 9.0
SE 1.330
7.3
CI 4.1 / 10.5
SE 1.641
   0-4 years DSU

DSU

6.4
CI 2.8 / 10.0
SE 1.819
6.9
CI 3.3 / 10.5
SE 1.849
13.0
CI 7.1 / 19.0
SE 3.037
Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 30.9
CI 23.0 / 38.8
SE 4.046
25.6
CI 18.2 / 33.0
SE 3.760
24.5
CI 18.7 / 30.4
SE 2.977
26.4
CI 19.8 / 33.1
SE 3.385
17.4
CI 13.3 / 21.6
SE 2.100
Some college 11.5
CI 7.9 / 15.2
SE 1.857
12.0
CI 8.5 / 15.5
SE 1.782
15.6
CI 11.1 / 20.0
SE 2.249
17.9
CI 13.8 / 22.0
SE 2.091
14.4
CI 10.5 / 18.2
SE 1.982
Advanced degree DSU

DSU

7.1
CI 3.1 / 11.1
SE 2.023
4.6
CI 2.1 / 7.0
SE 1.237
DSU

High school 17.2
CI 12.5 / 22.0
SE 2.414
21.3
CI 16.6 / 26.1
SE 2.409
13.2
CI 9.8 / 16.5
SE 1.699
21.4
CI 16.7 / 26.1
SE 2.408
15.7
CI 12.2 / 19.3
SE 1.802
Associates degree 14.2
CI 8.1 / 20.2
SE 3.083
16.5
CI 11.4 / 21.6
SE 2.594
14.0
CI 8.8 / 19.2
SE 2.663
18.4
CI 13.1 / 23.6
SE 2.668
13.2
CI 7.4 / 19.0
SE 2.964
4-year college degree DSU

6.4
CI 2.9 / 9.8
SE 1.737
8.7
CI 5.1 / 12.3
SE 1.844
8.9
CI 5.6 / 12.3
SE 1.708
6.3
CI 2.8 / 9.7
SE 1.757
Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 16.4
CI 12.5 / 20.3
SE 1.986
15.5
CI 11.9 / 19.1
SE 1.836
14.7
CI 11.5 / 17.8
SE 1.614
15.4
CI 12.5 / 18.3
SE 1.473
11.2
CI 8.8 / 13.6
SE 1.222
400-599 10.3
CI 5.6 / 14.9
SE 2.367
7.8
CI 4.6 / 11.1
SE 1.639
9.3
CI 6.0 / 12.6
SE 1.676
7.0
CI 4.3 / 9.8
SE 1.410
6.5
CI 4.0 / 8.9
SE 1.240
600+ 4.2
CI 1.8 / 6.7
SE 1.231
DSU

DSU

4.7
CI 2.5 / 7.0
SE 1.142
DSU

200-399 11.8
CI 8.8 / 14.7
SE 1.500
11.5
CI 8.1 / 14.8
SE 1.715
8.7
CI 6.5 / 10.9
SE 1.107
12.1
CI 9.5 / 14.7
SE 1.313
9.0
CI 6.9 / 11.1
SE 1.075
<100 18.9
CI 14.4 / 23.4
SE 2.294
18.2
CI 14.1 / 22.4
SE 2.107
15.2
CI 12.2 / 18.2
SE 1.539
18.2
CI 15.0 / 21.3
SE 1.614
14.4
CI 11.4 / 17.5
SE 1.543
Family type









Single 15.9
CI 12.6 / 19.3
SE 1.697
14.3
CI 11.7 / 16.9
SE 1.338
12.2
CI 10.1 / 14.4
SE 1.112
14.4
CI 12.2 / 16.7
SE 1.168
11.7
CI 9.5 / 13.9
SE 1.142
Single parent with children 7.3
CI 4.2 / 10.4
SE 1.586
7.1
CI 4.4 / 9.9
SE 1.409
DSU

10.6
CI 6.5 / 14.6
SE 2.070
15.7
CI 9.6 / 21.8
SE 3.110
Married couple or partners 13.5
CI 8.0 / 19.1
SE 2.832
14.4
CI 10.6 / 18.3
SE 1.962
12.3
CI 8.1 / 16.5
SE 2.141
12.1
CI 9.6 / 14.6
SE 1.273
9.9
CI 7.4 / 12.4
SE 1.268
Other 15.5
CI 11.9 / 19.2
SE 1.848
12.9
CI 9.6 / 16.2
SE 1.670
10.4
CI 8.1 / 12.6
SE 1.154
13.4
CI 10.8 / 16.0
SE 1.321
11.7
CI 9.0 / 14.5
SE 1.395
Two parent family with children 7.7
CI 4.2 / 11.1
SE 1.757
4.0
CI 2.3 / 5.8
SE 0.883
7.4
CI 3.3 / 11.5
SE 2.086
16.3
CI 12.7 / 20.0
SE 1.870
5.4
CI 2.5 / 8.2
SE 1.435
Country of birth









US 12.9
CI 11.2 / 14.6
SE 0.874
12.3
CI 10.6 / 13.9
SE 0.824
10.4
CI 9.1 / 11.7
SE 0.660
12.7
CI 11.3 / 14.1
SE 0.696
10.4
CI 9.0 / 11.7
SE 0.681
Outside US DSU

10.1
CI 4.8 / 15.4
SE 2.694
10.9
CI 7.0 / 14.9
SE 1.995
10.2
CI 6.4 / 14.1
SE 1.950
5.3
CI 3.0 / 7.5
SE 1.161
Geographic location









Metropolitan 11.8
CI 9.9 / 13.6
SE 0.930
11.5
CI 9.9 / 13.2
SE 0.855
9.8
CI 8.4 / 11.1
SE 0.695
11.5
CI 10.2 / 12.8
SE 0.674
9.6
CI 8.2 / 11.0
SE 0.714
Non-metropolitan 16.2
CI 12.0 / 20.3
SE 2.100
15.2
CI 11.1 / 19.4
SE 2.129
14.6
CI 11.2 / 17.9
SE 1.711
17.3
CI 13.5 / 21.2
SE 1.949
12.0
CI 9.1 / 15.0
SE 1.487
Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 10.6
CI 8.7 / 12.5
SE 0.966
9.5
CI 7.7 / 11.3
SE 0.911
8.8
CI 7.5 / 10.2
SE 0.672
9.9
CI 8.5 / 11.3
SE 0.715
8.3
CI 6.9 / 9.7
SE 0.721
   Private 7.4
CI 5.4 / 9.5
SE 1.048
5.6
CI 4.2 / 7.1
SE 0.729
5.9
CI 4.4 / 7.3
SE 0.746
5.6
CI 4.4 / 6.8
SE 0.616
5.4
CI 3.9 / 6.8
SE 0.740
   Public 19.5
CI 15.0 / 23.9
SE 2.278
17.6
CI 13.0 / 22.2
SE 2.345
15.0
CI 12.1 / 17.9
SE 1.457
18.2
CI 14.9 / 21.4
SE 1.680
14.3
CI 11.6 / 16.9
SE 1.337
Uninsured 11.0
CI 6.9 / 15.2
SE 2.141
9.0
CI 5.7 / 12.4
SE 1.719
8.1
CI 4.9 / 11.3
SE 1.633
10.0
CI 6.3 / 13.6
SE 1.843
8.3
CI 4.9 / 11.6
SE 1.724
Marital status (18 years and over)









Never married 11.5
CI 6.6 / 16.5
SE 2.514
15.0
CI 9.0 / 20.9
SE 3.017
10.5
CI 6.0 / 15.0
SE 2.293
17.5
CI 12.5 / 22.5
SE 2.550
10.5
CI 7.1 / 13.8
SE 1.707
Married 11.9
CI 9.1 / 14.6
SE 1.406
13.0
CI 10.3 / 15.7
SE 1.363
12.2
CI 9.8 / 14.7
SE 1.234
13.5
CI 11.1 / 15.8
SE 1.186
10.6
CI 8.2 / 12.9
SE 1.187
Divorced or separated 19.8
CI 12.0 / 27.6
SE 3.996
11.4
CI 8.4 / 14.4
SE 1.538
14.9
CI 10.4 / 19.3
SE 2.286
18.2
CI 12.6 / 23.9
SE 2.878
12.9
CI 9.1 / 16.7
SE 1.922
Widowed 13.3
CI 7.9 / 18.7
SE 2.741
15.6
CI 10.3 / 21.0
SE 2.716
DSU

DSU

DSU

Cohabiting partner 22.0
CI 13.9 / 30.1
SE 4.127
13.5
CI 6.5 / 20.6
SE 3.593
22.2
CI 14.6 / 29.9
SE 3.884
13.3
CI 6.9 / 19.8
SE 3.285
10.1
CI 4.3 / 16.0
SE 2.986

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.

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.

Children with asthma who miss school days (percent, 5–17 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 58.7 (2008)
2020 Target: 48.81
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 58.7
CI 51.7 / 65.7
SE 3.570








Sex









Male 58.7
CI 49.2 / 68.3
SE 4.884








Female 58.7
CI 48.4 / 68.9
SE 5.230








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Not Hispanic or Latino 56.4
CI 48.8 / 63.9
SE 3.855








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 54.4
CI 44.8 / 64.1
SE 4.921








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 67.4
CI 54.0 / 80.7
SE 6.809








White only 58.8
CI 50.1 / 67.5
SE 4.438








Hispanic or Latino 75.5
CI 61.5 / 89.5
SE 7.152








Black or African American only 65.8
CI 52.6 / 79.0
SE 6.758








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Age group









12-17 years 49.7
CI 39.4 / 60.1
SE 5.281








5-11 years 65.5
CI 57.3 / 73.6
SE 4.160








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 50.4
CI 39.0 / 61.8
SE 5.827








400-599 55.7
CI 40.0 / 71.3
SE 7.969








<100 54.2
CI 39.5 / 68.9
SE 7.519








600+ DSU









100-199 67.0
CI 51.8 / 82.2
SE 7.751








Family type









Other 59.8
CI 47.0 / 72.5
SE 6.493








Single parent with children 66.3
CI 54.2 / 78.5
SE 6.209








Two parent family with children 54.5
CI 45.1 / 63.9
SE 4.811








Country of birth









US 59.5
CI 52.4 / 66.6
SE 3.613








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People without activity limitations 58.3
CI 50.5 / 66.1
SE 3.995








People with activity limitations 60.5
CI 46.4 / 74.7
SE 7.239








Geographic location









Metropolitan 58.4
CI 50.7 / 66.2
SE 3.949








Non-metropolitan 60.1
CI 43.7 / 76.4
SE 8.342








Health insurance status









Insured 58.8
CI 51.5 / 66.0
SE 3.696








   Private 54.0
CI 44.1 / 63.9
SE 5.045








   Public 65.5
CI 55.1 / 75.9
SE 5.313








Uninsured DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target 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.

Adults with asthma who miss work days (percent, 18–64 years)

2020 Baseline (year): 33.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 26.71
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 33.2
CI 28.6 / 37.7
SE 2.321








Sex









Male 27.6
CI 19.7 / 35.5
SE 4.045








Female 36.1
CI 30.8 / 41.4
SE 2.708








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









White only 30.0
CI 25.0 / 35.0
SE 2.549








2 or more races DSU









Black or African American only 46.0
CI 34.8 / 57.2
SE 5.716








Not Hispanic or Latino 32.9
CI 28.0 / 37.8
SE 2.501








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 45.3
CI 33.8 / 56.9
SE 5.895








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 29.6
CI 24.2 / 35.0
SE 2.777








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 35.3
CI 24.0 / 46.5
SE 5.736








Age group









18-44 years 34.5
CI 28.3 / 40.8
SE 3.187








   18-24 years 26.0
CI 14.0 / 37.9
SE 6.099








   25-44 years 38.3
CI 31.3 / 45.2
SE 3.541








45-64 years 31.2
CI 24.8 / 37.6
SE 3.262








   45-54 years 27.3
CI 18.9 / 35.6
SE 4.265








   55-64 years 36.8
CI 26.8 / 46.7
SE 5.065








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









4-year college degree 28.5
CI 18.7 / 38.3
SE 4.990








< High school 43.7
CI 29.3 / 58.1
SE 7.337








High school 30.1
CI 20.3 / 39.9
SE 5.002








Advanced degree 33.5
CI 19.3 / 47.7
SE 7.245








Some college 43.7
CI 33.1 / 54.3
SE 5.395








Associates degree 27.9
CI 14.3 / 41.4
SE 6.917








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









600+ 21.7
CI 12.4 / 31.1
SE 4.783








400-599 40.2
CI 27.7 / 52.8
SE 6.401








<100 39.0
CI 29.4 / 48.6
SE 4.918








200-399 30.2
CI 22.0 / 38.4
SE 4.189








100-199 37.5
CI 26.3 / 48.7
SE 5.727








Family type









Other 31.6
CI 22.5 / 40.6
SE 4.606








Married couple or partners 33.1
CI 23.3 / 42.8
SE 4.969








Two parent family with children 32.4
CI 22.7 / 42.2
SE 4.984








Single parent with children 46.3
CI 33.3 / 59.3
SE 6.637








Single 33.0
CI 26.0 / 40.0
SE 3.580








Country of birth









US 32.6
CI 27.9 / 37.3
SE 2.383








Outside US 39.2
CI 22.0 / 56.4
SE 8.777








Disability status









People without activity limitations 29.6
CI 24.3 / 34.9
SE 2.724








People with activity limitations 42.0
CI 32.9 / 51.0
SE 4.614








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 42.0
CI 30.2 / 53.8
SE 6.042








Metropolitan 31.7
CI 26.8 / 36.6
SE 2.497








Health insurance status









Uninsured 35.7
CI 24.7 / 46.7
SE 5.627








Insured 32.8
CI 27.9 / 37.8
SE 2.523








   Private 32.3
CI 26.5 / 38.1
SE 2.951








   Public 35.2
CI 26.3 / 44.0
SE 4.538








Marital status









Widowed DSU









Married 30.8
CI 24.2 / 37.3
SE 3.339








Never married 33.0
CI 24.8 / 41.2
SE 4.198








Divorced or separated 32.3
CI 23.4 / 41.2
SE 4.533








Cohabiting partner 41.4
CI 24.8 / 58.1
SE 8.504








Footnotes View Footnotes

1Target 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.

Persons with asthma receiving patient education (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 12.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 14.51
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 12.1
CI 10.5 / 13.7
SE 0.835








Sex









Male 10.7
CI 8.0 / 13.3
SE 1.355








Female 13.3
CI 11.0 / 15.6
SE 1.171








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 12.6
CI 5.3 / 19.8
SE 3.701








Hispanic or Latino 12.6
CI 7.3 / 17.9
SE 2.688








Not Hispanic or Latino 12.1
CI 10.4 / 13.8
SE 0.881








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 9.9
CI 8.0 / 11.8
SE 0.988








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 20.1
CI 15.5 / 24.7
SE 2.353








Black or African American only 19.8
CI 15.3 / 24.3
SE 2.307








White only 10.4
CI 8.6 / 12.3
SE 0.942








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Age group† §









<18 years 12.5
CI 9.7 / 15.4
SE 1.467








   5-11 years 10.3
CI 6.5 / 14.0
SE 1.901








   12-17 years 17.3
CI 11.6 / 23.0
SE 2.904








   0-4 years DSU









45-64 years 12.7
CI 9.6 / 15.9
SE 1.603








   45-54 years 13.6
CI 9.2 / 18.1
SE 2.277








   55-64 years 11.4
CI 7.5 / 15.3
SE 1.998








65 years and over 11.1
CI 7.5 / 14.7
SE 1.836








   65-74 years 13.6
CI 7.9 / 19.4
SE 2.927








   75-84 years DSU









   85 years and over DSU









18-44 years 11.7
CI 8.7 / 14.7
SE 1.530








   18-24 years 9.1
CI 4.3 / 13.8
SE 2.422








   25-44 years 13.2
CI 9.3 / 17.1
SE 1.978








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 9.0
CI 5.3 / 12.7
SE 1.871








4-year college degree 12.7
CI 8.0 / 17.5
SE 2.420








Associates degree 8.9
CI 3.7 / 14.1
SE 2.660








Some college 20.3
CI 14.4 / 26.2
SE 3.024








High school 12.2
CI 7.1 / 17.4
SE 2.637








Advanced degree 12.1
CI 5.7 / 18.5
SE 3.247








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 13.2
CI 8.3 / 18.1
SE 2.488








<100 14.0
CI 9.9 / 18.1
SE 2.094








100-199 9.9
CI 6.7 / 13.2
SE 1.655








600+ 12.2
CI 7.4 / 17.1
SE 2.477








200-399 12.0
CI 8.7 / 15.3
SE 1.684








Family type









Other 14.1
CI 10.7 / 17.5
SE 1.729








Single 12.1
CI 9.0 / 15.2
SE 1.581








Single parent with children 16.5
CI 12.5 / 20.6
SE 2.060








Married couple or partners 11.7
CI 6.9 / 16.6
SE 2.469








Two parent family with children 10.2
CI 6.4 / 13.9
SE 1.930








Country of birth









US 12.2
CI 10.5 / 13.9
SE 0.871








Outside US 9.7
CI 5.3 / 14.1
SE 2.255








Disability status









People without activity limitations 11.5
CI 9.6 / 13.4
SE 0.950








People with activity limitations 15.8
CI 11.2 / 20.5
SE 2.376








Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 8.7
CI 5.0 / 12.5
SE 1.915








Metropolitan 12.9
CI 11.1 / 14.8
SE 0.952








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 12.0
CI 10.0 / 14.0
SE 1.022








   Public 13.0
CI 8.5 / 17.5
SE 2.297








   Private 11.4
CI 9.2 / 13.7
SE 1.166








Uninsured 14.4
CI 9.4 / 19.3
SE 2.524








Marital status (18 years and over)









Married 11.5
CI 8.5 / 14.4
SE 1.501








Widowed DSU









Never married 17.1
CI 9.8 / 24.3
SE 3.703








Divorced or separated 10.8
CI 6.4 / 15.1
SE 2.231








Cohabiting partner 12.2
CI 5.1 / 19.3
SE 3.629








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.

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.

Persons with asthma receiving written asthma plans from health care providers (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 33.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 36.8
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 33.4
CI 31.1 / 35.8
SE 1.205








Sex









Male 32.5
CI 28.6 / 36.4
SE 1.972








Female 33.7
CI 30.7 / 36.8
SE 1.575








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 39.2
CI 26.5 / 51.8
SE 6.468








Black or African American only 41.7
CI 36.0 / 47.4
SE 2.901








White only 32.3
CI 29.6 / 35.1
SE 1.408








Not Hispanic or Latino 34.1
CI 31.5 / 36.6
SE 1.309








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 42.4
CI 36.6 / 48.1
SE 2.941








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 32.7
CI 29.7 / 35.8
SE 1.566








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 28.4
CI 23.0 / 33.8
SE 2.747








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









2 or more races 30.6
CI 18.6 / 42.5
SE 6.079








Age group† §









<18 years 44.3
CI 39.9 / 48.8
SE 2.263








   5-11 years 45.9
CI 39.2 / 52.6
SE 3.408








   0-4 years 30.0
CI 20.7 / 39.2
SE 4.727








   12-17 years 49.5
CI 42.1 / 56.9
SE 3.766








45-64 years 31.6
CI 26.9 / 36.3
SE 2.394








   55-64 years 34.4
CI 28.2 / 40.6
SE 3.160








   45-54 years 29.8
CI 23.6 / 36.0
SE 3.176








65 years and over 25.9
CI 20.2 / 31.5
SE 2.881








   75-84 years 27.2
CI 16.9 / 37.5
SE 5.272








   65-74 years 27.6
CI 20.9 / 34.2
SE 3.389








   85 years and over DSU









18-44 years 29.8
CI 25.7 / 33.9
SE 2.089








   25-44 years 29.7
CI 25.1 / 34.3
SE 2.336








   18-24 years 29.9
CI 22.0 / 37.7
SE 3.999








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Advanced degree 28.1
CI 18.9 / 37.4
SE 4.721








Some college 38.0
CI 31.4 / 44.7
SE 3.382








4-year college degree 30.1
CI 23.6 / 36.7
SE 3.340








< High school 24.5
CI 18.0 / 31.1
SE 3.331








Associates degree 35.3
CI 26.2 / 44.4
SE 4.634








High school 26.8
CI 21.1 / 32.5
SE 2.896








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









100-199 32.4
CI 27.4 / 37.3
SE 2.537








400-599 36.6
CI 30.2 / 43.1
SE 3.290








<100 30.9
CI 25.8 / 35.9
SE 2.554








200-399 35.4
CI 30.9 / 40.0
SE 2.326








600+ 34.1
CI 27.6 / 40.7
SE 3.360








Family type









Two parent family with children 34.4
CI 27.9 / 40.9
SE 3.297








Single parent with children 30.4
CI 25.1 / 35.7
SE 2.707








Single 31.7
CI 27.2 / 36.3
SE 2.324








Other 33.6
CI 29.2 / 38.1
SE 2.260








Married couple or partners 26.5
CI 20.5 / 32.6
SE 3.074








Country of birth









US 32.6
CI 30.2 / 35.0
SE 1.233








Outside US 41.3
CI 29.8 / 52.9
SE 5.898








Disability status









People with activity limitations 33.7
CI 28.7 / 38.7
SE 2.539








People without activity limitations 33.7
CI 30.9 / 36.5
SE 1.430








Geographic location









Metropolitan 35.3
CI 32.7 / 37.9
SE 1.330








Non-metropolitan 24.6
CI 19.3 / 29.9
SE 2.700








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 35.8
CI 33.0 / 38.6
SE 1.436








   Public 33.8
CI 28.7 / 38.8
SE 2.585








   Private 37.4
CI 33.9 / 41.0
SE 1.827








Uninsured 25.8
CI 19.3 / 32.4
SE 3.363








Marital status (18 years and over)









Cohabiting partner 26.5
CI 16.5 / 36.6
SE 5.150








Widowed DSU









Never married 40.2
CI 32.6 / 47.9
SE 3.898








Married 29.7
CI 25.2 / 34.2
SE 2.288








Divorced or separated 31.4
CI 24.2 / 38.6
SE 3.678








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Persons with asthma receiving proper use instructions with prescribed inhalers (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 95.9 (2008)
2020 Target: Not applicable
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 95.9
CI 94.9 / 96.9
SE 0.523








Sex









Female 95.9
CI 94.4 / 97.3
SE 0.715








Male 95.9
CI 94.3 / 97.4
SE 0.793








Race/Ethnicity









Asian only 97.2
CI 94.0 / 100.5
SE 1.665








Hispanic or Latino 96.6
CI 94.6 / 98.7
SE 1.040








Not Hispanic or Latino 95.8
CI 94.7 / 96.9
SE 0.568








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 95.2
CI 92.9 / 97.4
SE 1.149








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 96.0
CI 94.6 / 97.3
SE 0.673








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 95.1
CI 92.9 / 97.3
SE 1.130








2 or more races 96.1
CI 91.5 / 100.8
SE 2.370








White only 96.1
CI 95.0 / 97.3
SE 0.606








Age group† §









<18 years 95.9
CI 94.2 / 97.7
SE 0.893








   12-17 years 98.3
CI 97.0 / 99.6
SE 0.650








   5-11 years 95.9
CI 93.2 / 98.7
SE 1.394








   0-4 years 89.0
CI 81.4 / 96.7
SE 3.922








18-44 years 96.3
CI 94.7 / 98.0
SE 0.840








   25-44 years 94.9
CI 92.5 / 97.3
SE 1.221








   18-24 years 99.0
CI 97.5 / 100.4
SE 0.729








45-64 years 94.9
CI 92.3 / 97.4
SE 1.304








   55-64 years 97.0
CI 95.0 / 99.1
SE 1.046








   45-54 years 93.5
CI 89.5 / 97.5
SE 2.038








65 years and over 96.3
CI 94.0 / 98.5
SE 1.154








   75-84 years 95.7
CI 91.2 / 100.3
SE 2.315








   65-74 years 96.5
CI 93.9 / 99.1
SE 1.318








   85 years and over DSU









Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 95.5
CI 91.1 / 99.8
SE 2.211








4-year college degree 94.0
CI 90.1 / 97.8
SE 1.959








< High school 93.3
CI 88.8 / 97.8
SE 2.289








High school 96.3
CI 93.6 / 98.9
SE 1.345








Some college 96.1
CI 93.4 / 98.8
SE 1.370








Advanced degree 95.8
CI 92.8 / 98.9
SE 1.547








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









400-599 97.6
CI 95.5 / 99.8
SE 1.098








<100 93.9
CI 90.8 / 97.0
SE 1.577








200-399 97.1
CI 95.4 / 98.8
SE 0.879








600+ 96.9
CI 94.9 / 98.9
SE 1.026








100-199 94.6
CI 92.2 / 97.1
SE 1.238








Family type









Married couple or partners 95.8
CI 92.6 / 99.0
SE 1.640








Single 96.9
CI 95.0 / 98.8
SE 0.966








Two parent family with children 96.5
CI 94.4 / 98.6
SE 1.064








Single parent with children 95.1
CI 92.2 / 98.0
SE 1.484








Other 96.2
CI 94.6 / 97.8
SE 0.835








Country of birth









Outside US 98.0
CI 96.0 / 100.0
SE 1.012








US 95.8
CI 94.7 / 96.9
SE 0.551








Disability status









People without activity limitations 96.2
CI 95.0 / 97.4
SE 0.610








People with activity limitations 95.3
CI 93.0 / 97.6
SE 1.174








Geographic location









Metropolitan 96.4
CI 95.3 / 97.5
SE 0.558








Non-metropolitan 93.4
CI 90.5 / 96.3
SE 1.465








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 96.0
CI 94.9 / 97.2
SE 0.597








   Private 96.8
CI 95.6 / 98.1
SE 0.638








   Public 94.5
CI 91.8 / 97.2
SE 1.374








Uninsured 96.0
CI 93.2 / 98.7
SE 1.391








Marital status (18 years and over)









Married 95.1
CI 93.0 / 97.3
SE 1.107








Cohabiting partner 95.3
CI 89.9 / 100.6
SE 2.726








Widowed 98.2
CI 96.7 / 99.8
SE 0.814








Never married 93.2
CI 87.4 / 99.0
SE 2.940








Divorced or separated 95.2
CI 91.4 / 99.1
SE 1.954








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Persons with asthma receiving education on early signs, symptoms, and responses to asthma episodes (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 64.8 (2008)
2020 Target: 68.5
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 64.8
CI 62.2 / 67.4
SE 1.329








Sex









Male 62.3
CI 57.8 / 66.7
SE 2.275








Female 66.1
CI 63.0 / 69.3
SE 1.597








Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 68.7
CI 63.4 / 74.1
SE 2.722








White only 63.7
CI 60.6 / 66.8
SE 1.594








2 or more races 66.8
CI 54.5 / 79.2
SE 6.295








Not Hispanic or Latino 65.6
CI 62.8 / 68.4
SE 1.426








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 68.9
CI 63.6 / 74.2
SE 2.723








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 64.7
CI 61.3 / 68.1
SE 1.746








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Asian only 73.5
CI 63.8 / 83.2
SE 4.953








Hispanic or Latino 60.7
CI 54.0 / 67.4
SE 3.410








Age group† §









65 years and over 51.6
CI 44.5 / 58.7
SE 3.621








   75-84 years 45.5
CI 33.3 / 57.7
SE 6.226








   85 years and over DSU









   65-74 years 57.1
CI 48.6 / 65.5
SE 4.308








<18 years 76.7
CI 72.7 / 80.8
SE 2.068








   12-17 years 77.9
CI 71.6 / 84.1
SE 3.200








   0-4 years 72.5
CI 62.5 / 82.6
SE 5.123








   5-11 years 77.4
CI 71.7 / 83.0
SE 2.884








18-44 years 65.1
CI 60.4 / 69.8
SE 2.412








   18-24 years 66.1
CI 57.0 / 75.3
SE 4.648








   25-44 years 64.6
CI 59.2 / 69.9
SE 2.731








45-64 years 58.0
CI 52.8 / 63.1
SE 2.631








   55-64 years 55.1
CI 48.4 / 61.8
SE 3.419








   45-54 years 59.9
CI 52.7 / 67.1
SE 3.678








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









< High school 45.6
CI 37.4 / 53.8
SE 4.173








Advanced degree 72.8
CI 63.8 / 81.8
SE 4.590








Some college 69.6
CI 63.3 / 75.9
SE 3.196








Associates degree 62.0
CI 52.1 / 71.8
SE 5.015








High school 54.4
CI 47.7 / 61.0
SE 3.401








4-year college degree 63.4
CI 55.1 / 71.7
SE 4.253








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 65.3
CI 60.1 / 70.4
SE 2.622








<100 58.8
CI 53.3 / 64.3
SE 2.806








400-599 72.5
CI 66.1 / 79.0
SE 3.296








100-199 60.9
CI 54.9 / 66.8
SE 3.023








600+ 69.2
CI 62.5 / 75.9
SE 3.413








Family type









Married couple or partners 57.5
CI 49.6 / 65.4
SE 4.026








Single parent with children 64.9
CI 59.3 / 70.5
SE 2.862








Two parent family with children 70.1
CI 63.3 / 76.9
SE 3.473








Other 66.8
CI 62.0 / 71.6
SE 2.456








Single 58.8
CI 53.3 / 64.4
SE 2.812








Country of birth









Outside US 68.1
CI 59.3 / 77.0
SE 4.508








US 64.6
CI 61.9 / 67.3
SE 1.381








Disability status









People with activity limitations 61.7
CI 56.1 / 67.2
SE 2.830








People without activity limitations 65.4
CI 62.3 / 68.5
SE 1.598








Geographic location









Metropolitan 66.2
CI 63.4 / 68.9
SE 1.419








Non-metropolitan 59.0
CI 52.1 / 65.9
SE 3.529








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 67.9
CI 65.0 / 70.8
SE 1.493








   Private 69.1
CI 65.6 / 72.6
SE 1.789








   Public 65.5
CI 60.2 / 70.8
SE 2.714








Uninsured 60.7
CI 52.5 / 68.8
SE 4.170








Marital status (18 years and over)









Cohabiting partner 59.3
CI 47.7 / 71.0
SE 5.930








Widowed 81.3
CI 75.6 / 87.1
SE 2.934








Never married 68.5
CI 62.8 / 74.3
SE 2.944








Married 61.7
CI 57.2 / 66.3
SE 2.336








Divorced or separated 58.0
CI 50.2 / 65.8
SE 3.999








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Persons with asthma who do not use more than 1 beta agonist inhalation canister per month (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 87.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 90.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 87.9
CI 86.3 / 89.5
SE 0.815








Sex









Male 87.6
CI 84.8 / 90.4
SE 1.432








Female 88.3
CI 86.4 / 90.2
SE 0.963








Race/Ethnicity









White only 88.7
CI 86.9 / 90.5
SE 0.930








2 or more races 85.6
CI 78.9 / 92.2
SE 3.395








Not Hispanic or Latino 88.2
CI 86.4 / 89.9
SE 0.894








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 89.3
CI 87.2 / 91.3
SE 1.028








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 84.0
CI 79.8 / 88.2
SE 2.130








Asian only 90.4
CI 83.7 / 97.0
SE 3.381








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Black or African American only 84.2
CI 80.1 / 88.3
SE 2.081








American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 85.1
CI 80.7 / 89.6
SE 2.291








Age group† §









65 years and over 74.9
CI 69.2 / 80.6
SE 2.911








   75-84 years 73.7
CI 63.2 / 84.2
SE 5.358








   65-74 years 78.2
CI 71.4 / 84.9
SE 3.455








   85 years and over DSU









45-64 years 85.2
CI 82.0 / 88.4
SE 1.638








   45-54 years 84.9
CI 80.6 / 89.3
SE 2.222








   55-64 years 85.6
CI 80.8 / 90.5
SE 2.487








<18 years 90.5
CI 88.2 / 92.9
SE 1.197








   12-17 years 91.1
CI 87.2 / 95.0
SE 2.002








   5-11 years 90.7
CI 87.2 / 94.2
SE 1.776








   0-4 years 88.9
CI 82.9 / 94.8
SE 3.030








18-44 years 91.9
CI 89.4 / 94.5
SE 1.309








   25-44 years 90.6
CI 87.3 / 93.9
SE 1.693








   18-24 years 94.4
CI 90.5 / 98.4
SE 2.021








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









Associates degree 87.5
CI 81.3 / 93.7
SE 3.166








Some college 84.5
CI 79.6 / 89.3
SE 2.458








4-year college degree 90.3
CI 86.1 / 94.6
SE 2.181








< High school 79.4
CI 73.6 / 85.2
SE 2.958








High school 83.6
CI 78.8 / 88.5
SE 2.467








Advanced degree 95.7
CI 91.6 / 99.9
SE 2.120








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 82.9
CI 78.8 / 87.0
SE 2.090








400-599 91.9
CI 88.1 / 95.8
SE 1.963








100-199 85.6
CI 82.0 / 89.3
SE 1.855








200-399 89.7
CI 87.0 / 92.5
SE 1.417








600+ 90.5
CI 86.0 / 94.9
SE 2.271








Family type









Married couple or partners 87.5
CI 83.3 / 91.8
SE 2.171








Single 88.4
CI 85.7 / 91.1
SE 1.364








Single parent with children 80.4
CI 76.9 / 83.9
SE 1.789








Other 85.7
CI 82.3 / 89.0
SE 1.699








Two parent family with children 91.7
CI 88.4 / 95.1
SE 1.719








Country of birth









US 87.8
CI 86.1 / 89.5
SE 0.866








Outside US 91.0
CI 87.0 / 95.0
SE 2.036








Disability status









People without activity limitations 91.2
CI 89.5 / 93.0
SE 0.891








People with activity limitations 81.2
CI 77.0 / 85.3
SE 2.113








Geographic location









Metropolitan 87.7
CI 85.9 / 89.5
SE 0.934








Non-metropolitan 89.7
CI 86.9 / 92.5
SE 1.450








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 90.7
CI 86.6 / 94.7
SE 2.067








Insured 89.7
CI 87.9 / 91.5
SE 0.910








   Private 92.6
CI 90.7 / 94.5
SE 0.959








   Public 82.1
CI 78.0 / 86.2
SE 2.092








Marital status (18 years and over)









Cohabiting partner 94.1
CI 89.6 / 98.6
SE 2.280








Divorced or separated 87.6
CI 83.8 / 91.3
SE 1.910








Never married 88.4
CI 83.4 / 93.4
SE 2.561








Widowed 77.8
CI 57.2 / 98.5
SE 10.549








Married 86.9
CI 83.8 / 90.0
SE 1.588








Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

Persons with asthma receiving advice from health professionals in reducing exposure to environmental risk factors (age adjusted, percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 50.8 (2008)
2020 Target: 54.61
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 50.8
CI 48.2 / 53.5
SE 1.353








Sex









Male 46.5
CI 42.0 / 50.9
SE 2.257








Female 52.5
CI 49.2 / 55.7
SE 1.664








Race/Ethnicity









White only 50.3
CI 47.2 / 53.5
SE 1.603








Not Hispanic or Latino 51.6
CI 48.8 / 54.5
SE 1.446








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 51.1
CI 47.7 / 54.6
SE 1.755








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 51.9
CI 46.1 / 57.8
SE 2.991








Black or African American only 51.3
CI 45.5 / 57.0
SE 2.944








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 45.3
CI 38.5 / 52.2
SE 3.495








Asian only 49.2
CI 36.7 / 61.7
SE 6.386








2 or more races 66.1
CI 56.2 / 76.1
SE 5.066








Age group† §









45-64 years 50.3
CI 45.0 / 55.5
SE 2.683








   45-54 years 51.4
CI 44.5 / 58.3
SE 3.511








   55-64 years 48.4
CI 41.4 / 55.4
SE 3.566








65 years and over 30.3
CI 24.7 / 35.9
SE 2.868








   65-74 years 33.5
CI 26.3 / 40.6
SE 3.624








   75-84 years 28.2
CI 17.6 / 38.8
SE 5.413








   85 years and over DSU









<18 years 53.2
CI 48.3 / 58.0
SE 2.460








   12-17 years 55.2
CI 47.5 / 62.9
SE 3.912








   0-4 years 56.3
CI 46.1 / 66.4
SE 5.186








   5-11 years 50.3
CI 43.0 / 57.6
SE 3.719








18-44 years 56.2
CI 51.6 / 60.7
SE 2.337








   25-44 years 57.4
CI 52.3 / 62.6
SE 2.626








   18-24 years 53.7
CI 44.9 / 62.6
SE 4.513








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 44.6
CI 38.1 / 51.1
SE 3.306








Advanced degree 50.0
CI 39.7 / 60.2
SE 5.220








Some college 52.5
CI 46.0 / 59.0
SE 3.308








< High school 42.2
CI 34.4 / 49.9
SE 3.954








4-year college degree 55.4
CI 47.2 / 63.6
SE 4.168








Associates degree 60.3
CI 50.8 / 69.8
SE 4.854








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 49.6
CI 44.3 / 54.9
SE 2.717








<100 49.7
CI 44.1 / 55.3
SE 2.858








400-599 52.5
CI 45.7 / 59.3
SE 3.473








600+ 49.9
CI 42.7 / 57.0
SE 3.650








100-199 52.9
CI 47.1 / 58.7
SE 2.952








Family type









Other 51.6
CI 46.5 / 56.8
SE 2.625








Married couple or partners 48.7
CI 41.1 / 56.3
SE 3.871








Single 48.1
CI 42.7 / 53.4
SE 2.715








Single parent with children 47.6
CI 41.4 / 53.7
SE 3.148








Two parent family with children 57.7
CI 52.0 / 63.4
SE 2.907








Country of birth









Outside US 54.5
CI 43.6 / 65.4
SE 5.558








US 50.6
CI 47.8 / 53.3
SE 1.395








Disability status









People with activity limitations 54.0
CI 48.5 / 59.5
SE 2.796








People without activity limitations 49.1
CI 46.1 / 52.0
SE 1.524








Geographic location









Metropolitan 50.7
CI 47.8 / 53.7
SE 1.493








Non-metropolitan 51.8
CI 45.3 / 58.3
SE 3.325








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 54.4
CI 51.3 / 57.4
SE 1.537








   Private 53.4
CI 49.8 / 57.1
SE 1.876








   Public 57.0
CI 51.9 / 62.1
SE 2.602








Uninsured 49.4
CI 41.5 / 57.4
SE 4.039








Marital status (18 years and over)









Widowed 65.3
CI 45.6 / 85.0
SE 10.048








Cohabiting partner 50.2
CI 40.9 / 59.5
SE 4.762








Divorced or separated 53.0
CI 45.0 / 61.1
SE 4.109








Married 51.1
CI 46.7 / 55.6
SE 2.260








Never married 48.0
CI 41.3 / 54.8
SE 3.435








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.

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.

Adults with current asthma who have discussed with a doctor or other health professional whether their asthma was work related (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 14.4 (2010)
2020 Target: 17.9
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2010        
Total 14.4
CI 12.0 / 16.9
SE 1.251








Sex









Female 13.6
CI 10.7 / 16.5
SE 1.476








Male 16.2
CI 11.6 / 20.8
SE 2.361








Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU









Black or African American only 20.9
CI 14.1 / 27.8
SE 3.477








Not Hispanic or Latino 13.7
CI 11.2 / 16.1
SE 1.265








   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 20.6
CI 13.6 / 27.6
SE 3.567








   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 12.9
CI 10.2 / 15.7
SE 1.405








White only 13.9
CI 11.2 / 16.7
SE 1.412








Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU









Hispanic or Latino 19.4
CI 10.0 / 28.7
SE 4.781








Asian only DSU









2 or more races DSU









Age group §









65 years and over DSU









   65-74 years DSU









   75-84 years DSU









   85 years and over DSU









45-64 years 18.1
CI 13.7 / 22.6
SE 2.260








   45-54 years 16.3
CI 10.3 / 22.3
SE 3.075








   55-64 years 21.0
CI 14.5 / 27.4
SE 3.285








18-44 years 10.5
CI 7.8 / 13.2
SE 1.367








   18-24 years DSU









   25-44 years 13.7
CI 10.0 / 17.4
SE 1.869








Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 17.2
CI 10.5 / 23.8
SE 3.381








Associates degree 19.2
CI 11.4 / 27.0
SE 3.965








4-year college degree 13.8
CI 7.7 / 20.0
SE 3.119








Some college 17.6
CI 12.0 / 23.2
SE 2.871








Advanced degree 15.2
CI 7.5 / 22.8
SE 3.901








< High school 19.5
CI 8.8 / 30.2
SE 5.477








Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









200-399 13.7
CI 9.3 / 18.2
SE 2.268








400-599 14.5
CI 8.4 / 20.7
SE 3.141








600+ 14.5
CI 8.7 / 20.4
SE 2.975








<100 15.9
CI 7.8 / 24.0
SE 4.150








100-199 14.3
CI 6.6 / 22.0
SE 3.912








Family type









Single 13.5
CI 10.0 / 17.1
SE 1.813








Married couple or partners 14.8
CI 10.0 / 19.7
SE 2.480








Single parent with children 7.9
CI 4.0 / 11.7
SE 1.978








Other 14.5
CI 9.1 / 19.8
SE 2.737








Two parent family with children DSU









Country of birth









US 14.3
CI 11.8 / 16.8
SE 1.282








Outside US DSU









Disability status









People without activity limitations 14.0
CI 11.3 / 16.8
SE 1.408








People with activity limitations 15.0
CI 9.7 / 20.2
SE 2.672








Geographic location









Metropolitan 14.9
CI 12.2 / 17.6
SE 1.391








Non-metropolitan 10.7
CI 6.9 / 14.5
SE 1.939








Health insurance status (<65 years)









Uninsured 15.4
CI 9.0 / 21.8
SE 3.275








Insured 12.5
CI 10.0 / 15.0
SE 1.277








   Public 9.8
CI 4.8 / 14.7
SE 2.539








   Private 12.9
CI 10.2 / 15.7
SE 1.412








Marital status (18 years and over)









Divorced or separated 13.6
CI 9.1 / 18.0
SE 2.263








Married 15.1
CI 11.3 / 18.9
SE 1.949








Never married 14.9
CI 6.9 / 22.9
SE 4.072








Cohabiting partner 22.5
CI 10.2 / 34.8
SE 6.280








Widowed DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

States, D.C., and Territories with comprehensive asthma surveillance systems (number)

2020 Baseline (year): 43 (2009)
2020 Target: 47
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Total 44

44

44

43

42

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.

Activity limitations among persons with COPD (age adjusted, percent, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 23.2 (2008)
2020 Target: 18.7
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total 23.2
CI 20.1 / 26.4
SE 1.616
24.2
CI 21.5 / 27.0
SE 1.406
24.6
CI 21.6 / 27.7
SE 1.553
26.2
CI 23.5 / 28.9
SE 1.384
25.3
CI 22.0 / 28.6
SE 1.687
Sex









Male 25.8
CI 19.9 / 31.7
SE 3.020
25.8
CI 21.3 / 30.4
SE 2.312
25.8
CI 21.2 / 30.4
SE 2.345
24.7
CI 20.7 / 28.6
SE 2.020
27.7
CI 22.0 / 33.3
SE 2.882
Female 21.7
CI 18.1 / 25.3
SE 1.853
23.3
CI 19.9 / 26.7
SE 1.721
24.2
CI 20.2 / 28.2
SE 2.049
27.1
CI 23.6 / 30.5
SE 1.769
23.5
CI 19.8 / 27.3
SE 1.902
Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

White only 22.3
CI 19.0 / 25.6
SE 1.693
24.9
CI 21.9 / 27.8
SE 1.519
25.3
CI 21.9 / 28.7
SE 1.736
24.8
CI 21.9 / 27.8
SE 1.500
25.6
CI 21.8 / 29.3
SE 1.909
Not Hispanic or Latino 23.7
CI 20.4 / 27.0
SE 1.675
24.4
CI 21.6 / 27.3
SE 1.450
24.9
CI 21.7 / 28.1
SE 1.631
26.9
CI 24.0 / 29.8
SE 1.462
26.3
CI 22.8 / 29.8
SE 1.794
   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 22.7
CI 19.3 / 26.1
SE 1.754
25.2
CI 22.1 / 28.2
SE 1.567
25.5
CI 21.9 / 29.1
SE 1.830
25.6
CI 22.5 / 28.7
SE 1.587
26.7
CI 22.7 / 30.7
SE 2.046
   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 28.3
CI 18.8 / 37.9
SE 4.878
23.9
CI 15.5 / 32.4
SE 4.312
14.4
CI 8.7 / 20.1
SE 2.904
30.3
CI 21.8 / 38.8
SE 4.331
27.5
CI 19.2 / 35.8
SE 4.225
Hispanic or Latino DSU

19.7
CI 11.0 / 28.3
SE 4.419
17.1
CI 8.5 / 25.7
SE 4.398
16.2
CI 10.0 / 22.3
SE 3.140
12.4
CI 5.5 / 19.2
SE 3.500
Asian only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Black or African American only 28.2
CI 18.7 / 37.7
SE 4.847
24.4
CI 16.0 / 32.8
SE 4.273
14.4
CI 8.8 / 20.0
SE 2.851
29.5
CI 21.2 / 37.7
SE 4.209
26.8
CI 18.8 / 34.9
SE 4.121
2 or more races DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Age group† §









65 years and over 26.8
CI 21.9 / 31.7
SE 2.496
32.0
CI 27.2 / 36.8
SE 2.446
29.9
CI 25.2 / 34.6
SE 2.393
32.1
CI 27.9 / 36.2
SE 2.117
26.9
CI 22.9 / 31.0
SE 2.070
   65-74 years 30.6
CI 23.6 / 37.6
SE 3.586
35.6
CI 29.3 / 41.8
SE 3.182
32.1
CI 25.4 / 38.8
SE 3.403
30.0
CI 24.8 / 35.1
SE 2.634
31.1
CI 25.3 / 36.8
SE 2.948
   85 years and over DSU

DSU

18.6
CI 8.9 / 28.3
SE 4.956
45.9
CI 32.7 / 59.1
SE 6.730
DSU

   75-84 years 23.2
CI 15.8 / 30.7
SE 3.801
30.1
CI 22.0 / 38.1
SE 4.101
29.8
CI 21.8 / 37.8
SE 4.077
31.8
CI 24.8 / 38.8
SE 3.571
26.0
CI 19.0 / 33.0
SE 3.584
45-64 years 22.0
CI 17.8 / 26.3
SE 2.166
21.1
CI 17.4 / 24.7
SE 1.860
22.7
CI 18.8 / 26.6
SE 1.995
23.9
CI 20.5 / 27.4
SE 1.753
25.1
CI 20.5 / 29.8
SE 2.371
   55-64 years 29.0
CI 22.3 / 35.8
SE 3.436
26.4
CI 20.7 / 32.0
SE 2.867
27.3
CI 21.9 / 32.6
SE 2.722
29.2
CI 24.3 / 34.2
SE 2.527
27.9
CI 22.2 / 33.6
SE 2.890
   45-54 years 15.9
CI 10.8 / 21.1
SE 2.645
15.5
CI 10.9 / 20.0
SE 2.327
17.3
CI 11.9 / 22.8
SE 2.760
17.3
CI 12.6 / 22.1
SE 2.412
21.6
CI 14.0 / 29.3
SE 3.900
Educational attainment









High school 23.3
CI 17.6 / 29.0
SE 2.896
28.3
CI 23.0 / 33.7
SE 2.711
23.2
CI 17.7 / 28.8
SE 2.823
27.3
CI 22.6 / 32.1
SE 2.438
24.9
CI 19.7 / 30.1
SE 2.650
4-year college degree 17.9
CI 8.8 / 27.0
SE 4.625
13.3
CI 6.9 / 19.8
SE 3.293
21.1
CI 11.6 / 30.7
SE 4.869
21.0
CI 13.5 / 28.6
SE 3.870
12.5
CI 6.5 / 18.5
SE 3.082
Advanced degree DSU

DSU

20.0
CI 9.8 / 30.1
SE 5.174
DSU

18.6
CI 9.0 / 28.2
SE 4.921
Some college 17.2
CI 11.2 / 23.2
SE 3.047
20.1
CI 14.3 / 26.0
SE 2.969
19.0
CI 13.3 / 24.7
SE 2.895
28.0
CI 21.7 / 34.2
SE 3.175
25.0
CI 17.9 / 32.1
SE 3.601
< High school 33.0
CI 25.7 / 40.4
SE 3.752
27.5
CI 21.5 / 33.6
SE 3.093
33.2
CI 26.1 / 40.3
SE 3.613
28.4
CI 22.1 / 34.7
SE 3.210
31.1
CI 23.7 / 38.5
SE 3.770
Associates degree 23.8
CI 12.5 / 35.0
SE 5.744
30.0
CI 20.4 / 39.6
SE 4.902
27.4
CI 18.8 / 36.0
SE 4.388
28.3
CI 19.9 / 36.6
SE 4.267
30.9
CI 17.9 / 43.8
SE 6.610
Family income (percent Poverty Threshold)









<100 32.2
CI 24.1 / 40.4
SE 4.160
31.7
CI 25.1 / 38.4
SE 3.379
32.7
CI 25.3 / 40.1
SE 3.768
30.3
CI 24.3 / 36.3
SE 3.054
33.1
CI 25.9 / 40.3
SE 3.680
200-399 22.8
CI 17.1 / 28.4
SE 2.906
27.8
CI 22.4 / 33.1
SE 2.721
21.2
CI 16.5 / 25.8
SE 2.372
28.4
CI 23.0 / 33.7
SE 2.744
21.4
CI 15.7 / 27.1
SE 2.912
100-199 31.1
CI 24.2 / 38.0
SE 3.535
23.2
CI 17.5 / 28.9
SE 2.918
29.9
CI 22.6 / 37.2
SE 3.735
29.1
CI 24.1 / 34.1
SE 2.561
31.8
CI 23.9 / 39.7
SE 4.027
600+ DSU

16.4
CI 9.2 / 23.6
SE 3.692
15.2
CI 7.8 / 22.6
SE 3.764
15.7
CI 8.9 / 22.4
SE 3.445
DSU

400-599 13.6
CI 6.6 / 20.7
SE 3.593
18.3
CI 10.5 / 26.0
SE 3.948
21.8
CI 13.3 / 30.4
SE 4.357
16.8
CI 10.6 / 23.0
SE 3.169
15.7
CI 9.9 / 21.5
SE 2.956
Family type









Single parent with children DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Other 23.9
CI 16.5 / 31.3
SE 3.777
20.8
CI 15.7 / 26.0
SE 2.639
22.9
CI 16.8 / 29.0
SE 3.124
27.2
CI 21.3 / 33.2
SE 3.031
30.1
CI 22.8 / 37.5
SE 3.746
Two parent family with children DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Single 26.4
CI 22.1 / 30.8
SE 2.230
24.3
CI 20.1 / 28.6
SE 2.188
28.5
CI 24.1 / 32.9
SE 2.235
26.1
CI 22.6 / 29.7
SE 1.809
25.3
CI 20.9 / 29.8
SE 2.263
Married couple or partners 19.7
CI 15.1 / 24.3
SE 2.352
27.7
CI 22.4 / 32.9
SE 2.674
22.7
CI 17.9 / 27.5
SE 2.461
24.0
CI 19.8 / 28.2
SE 2.142
21.9
CI 17.3 / 26.6
SE 2.375
Country of birth









US 23.9
CI 20.5 / 27.2
SE 1.704
25.6
CI 22.7 / 28.6
SE 1.506
24.7
CI 21.6 / 27.9
SE 1.622
27.6
CI 24.7 / 30.5
SE 1.478
26.7
CI 23.1 / 30.2
SE 1.803
Outside US DSU

10.8
CI 5.6 / 16.1
SE 2.687
21.7
CI 12.3 / 31.1
SE 4.793
10.1
CI 5.7 / 14.5
SE 2.224
8.8
CI 4.0 / 13.6
SE 2.462
Geographic location









Metropolitan 22.0
CI 18.4 / 25.6
SE 1.820
23.8
CI 20.7 / 26.9
SE 1.601
21.7
CI 18.5 / 24.9
SE 1.634
23.8
CI 20.8 / 26.7
SE 1.501
23.8
CI 19.9 / 27.7
SE 1.989
Non-metropolitan 26.9
CI 20.5 / 33.3
SE 3.283
25.8
CI 19.7 / 31.9
SE 3.102
34.6
CI 27.9 / 41.3
SE 3.431
33.8
CI 27.8 / 39.7
SE 3.040
30.2
CI 23.8 / 36.6
SE 3.261
Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 19.6
CI 15.3 / 23.8
SE 2.171
20.1
CI 16.4 / 23.8
SE 1.878
20.0
CI 16.0 / 24.0
SE 2.048
22.7
CI 19.2 / 26.3
SE 1.820
23.9
CI 19.0 / 28.7
SE 2.481
   Public 32.5
CI 24.7 / 40.4
SE 4.023
31.3
CI 24.5 / 38.1
SE 3.475
36.7
CI 28.1 / 45.4
SE 4.419
29.7
CI 23.7 / 35.7
SE 3.051
38.1
CI 29.9 / 46.3
SE 4.175
   Private 11.2
CI 7.1 / 15.3
SE 2.087
14.0
CI 10.0 / 18.1
SE 2.063
11.0
CI 7.2 / 14.7
SE 1.930
17.5
CI 13.0 / 22.1
SE 2.312
12.4
CI 7.9 / 16.8
SE 2.267
Uninsured 34.9
CI 22.3 / 47.5
SE 6.441
18.1
CI 9.2 / 26.9
SE 4.510
30.2
CI 18.2 / 42.2
SE 6.119
23.4
CI 13.9 / 33.0
SE 4.887
24.8
CI 13.2 / 36.4
SE 5.921
Marital status (18 years and over)









Never married 23.9
CI 12.0 / 35.8
SE 6.087
19.1
CI 10.8 / 27.4
SE 4.235
24.5
CI 13.1 / 36.0
SE 5.833
31.7
CI 22.7 / 40.7
SE 4.584
26.9
CI 16.5 / 37.4
SE 5.319
Divorced or separated 25.5
CI 19.0 / 32.1
SE 3.341
20.8
CI 15.8 / 25.8
SE 2.555
25.1
CI 19.3 / 30.9
SE 2.951
29.2
CI 23.9 / 34.5
SE 2.721
24.3
CI 18.4 / 30.2
SE 3.009
Cohabiting partner DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

Widowed 33.6
CI 18.8 / 48.4
SE 7.536
27.7
CI 17.6 / 37.9
SE 5.161
23.6
CI 17.7 / 29.5
SE 3.018
22.8
CI 16.7 / 29.0
SE 3.154
41.0
CI 27.7 / 54.3
SE 6.792
Married 21.4
CI 16.7 / 26.2
SE 2.409
26.3
CI 22.0 / 30.6
SE 2.189
23.3
CI 19.0 / 27.6
SE 2.183
24.4
CI 20.4 / 28.4
SE 2.057
22.6
CI 18.0 / 27.3
SE 2.374

Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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.

COPD deaths (age adjusted, per 100,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 113.9 (2007)
2020 Target: 102.61
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010  
Total 113.9
CI 113.3 / 114.6
SE 0.326
123.5
CI 122.9 / 124.2
SE 0.336
117.9
CI 117.2 / 118.5
SE 0.326
116.6
CI 116.0 / 117.2
SE 0.321


Sex









Female 99.7
CI 98.9 / 100.5
SE 0.399
109.0
CI 108.2 / 109.8
SE 0.413
104.8
CI 104.0 / 105.6
SE 0.403
104.0
CI 103.3 / 104.8
SE 0.399


Male 136.2
CI 135.1 / 137.3
SE 0.566
146.3
CI 145.2 / 147.5
SE 0.58
138.3
CI 137.2 / 139.4
SE 0.557
136.0
CI 135.0 / 137.1
SE 0.547


Race/Ethnicity









American Indian or Alaska Native 92.4
CI 84.3 / 100.5
SE 4.126
87.2
CI 79.7 / 94.8
SE 3.867
84.5
CI 77.1 / 91.8
SE 3.757
92.5
CI 85.0 / 100.0
SE 3.838


Not Hispanic or Latino 118.1
CI 117.5 / 118.8
SE 0.343
128.2
CI 127.5 / 128.9
SE 0.354
122.5
CI 121.9 / 123.2
SE 0.343
121.3
CI 120.6 / 122.0
SE 0.34


   Black or African American, not Hispanic or Latino 74.9
CI 73.1 / 76.7
SE 0.926
81.9
CI 80.0 / 83.8
SE 0.957
76.6
CI 74.8 / 78.4
SE 0.911
77.0
CI 75.2 / 78.8
SE 0.903


   White, not Hispanic or Latino 125.7
CI 125.0 / 126.5
SE 0.378
136.7
CI 135.9 / 137.5
SE 0.392
131.0
CI 130.3 / 131.8
SE 0.381
129.7
CI 128.9 / 130.4
SE 0.377


Asian or Pacific Islander 36.5
CI 34.3 / 38.6
SE 1.09
38.9
CI 36.8 / 41.1
SE 1.094
36.0
CI 34.0 / 38.0
SE 1.023
35.1
CI 33.2 / 37.0
SE 0.991


Black or African American 73.5
CI 71.7 / 75.3
SE 0.905
80.4
CI 78.5 / 82.2
SE 0.934
75.0
CI 73.2 / 76.7
SE 0.888
75.5
CI 73.7 / 77.2
SE 0.881


Hispanic or Latino 52.0
CI 50.1 / 53.8
SE 0.938
55.2
CI 53.3 / 57.0
SE 0.941
53.2
CI 51.5 / 55.0
SE 0.901
52.6
CI 50.9 / 54.3
SE 0.873


White 120.8
CI 120.1 / 121.5
SE 0.358
131.2
CI 130.4 / 131.9
SE 0.37
125.5
CI 124.8 / 126.2
SE 0.359
124.2
CI 123.5 / 124.9
SE 0.355


Age group† §









45-64 years 20.6
CI 20.3 / 20.9
SE 0.163
22.1
CI 21.8 / 22.4
SE 0.168
22.1
CI 21.7 / 22.4
SE 0.166
21.5
CI 21.2 / 21.8
SE 0.162


   55-64 years 37.0
CI 36.4 / 37.7
SE 0.334
39.6
CI 38.9 / 40.2
SE 0.34
38.5
CI 37.9 / 39.2
SE 0.33
37.5
CI 36.9 / 38.1
SE 0.321


   45-54 years 8.2
CI 7.9 / 8.5
SE 0.136
8.7
CI 8.4 / 9.0
SE 0.14
9.1
CI 8.8 / 9.4
SE 0.142
8.6
CI 8.3 / 8.8
SE 0.138


65 years and over 283.1
CI 281.4 / 284.8
SE 0.865
306.1
CI 304.3 / 307.8
SE 0.888
289.5
CI 287.8 / 291.1
SE 0.855
287.0
CI 285.4 / 288.7
SE 0.844


   85 years and over 632.7
CI 625.8 / 639.6
SE 3.543
702.9
CI 695.6 / 710.1
SE 3.678
666.5
CI 659.6 / 673.4
SE 3.524
671.8
CI 664.9 / 678.6
SE 3.497


   75-84 years 360.0
CI 356.8 / 363.3
SE 1.659
388.3
CI 384.9 / 391.7
SE 1.723
369.8
CI 366.5 / 373.1
SE 1.685
363.1
CI 359.9 / 366.4
SE 1.667


   65-74 years 142.6
CI 141.0 / 144.3
SE 0.851
153.1
CI 151.4 / 154.8
SE 0.864
144.9
CI 143.3 / 146.5
SE 0.826
143.9
CI 142.3 / 145.5
SE 0.814


Country of birth









Outside US 50.6
CI 49.3 / 51.8
SE 0.653
DSU

52.5
CI 51.3 / 53.8
SE 0.65
52.0
CI 50.8 / 53.3
SE 0.638


US 121.4
CI 120.7 / 122.1
SE 0.357
DSU

123.7
CI 123.0 / 124.4
SE 0.356
126.6
CI 125.9 / 127.3
SE 0.359


Geographic location









Non-metropolitan 135.7
CI 134.1 / 137.2
SE 0.791
148.4
CI 146.8 / 150.0
SE 0.821
144.1
CI 142.5 / 145.7
SE 0.805
142.8
CI 141.3 / 144.4
SE 0.797


Metropolitan 108.5
CI 107.8 / 109.2
SE 0.356
117.3
CI 116.6 / 118.0
SE 0.367
111.3
CI 110.6 / 112.0
SE 0.354
110.1
CI 109.4 / 110.8
SE 0.349


Marital status









Divorced 208.0
CI 204.8 / 211.2
SE 1.645
DSU

204.0
CI 201.0 / 207.0
SE 1.55
179.1
CI 176.5 / 181.6
SE 1.289


Never married 137.4
CI 133.9 / 140.8
SE 1.77
DSU

127.3
CI 124.1 / 130.4
SE 1.618
115.4
CI 112.5 / 118.2
SE 1.452


Married 78.0
CI 77.3 / 78.8
SE 0.379
DSU

78.6
CI 77.9 / 79.4
SE 0.377
82.6
CI 81.8 / 83.3
SE 0.391


Widowed 158.0
CI 156.0 / 160.0
SE 1.018
DSU

165.4
CI 163.4 / 167.4
SE 1.043
168.1
CI 166.0 / 170.2
SE 1.058


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.

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.

Hospitalizations for COPD (age adjusted, per 10,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 56.0 (2007)
2020 Target: 50.1
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007 2008 2009 2010  
Total 56.0
CI 51.8 / 60.1
SE 2.107
61.4
CI 51.7 / 71.1
SE 4.949
62.4
CI 52.6 / 72.1
SE 4.968
58.7
CI 49.7 / 67.7
SE 4.579


Sex









Male 59.4
CI 53.4 / 65.5
SE 3.081
59.5
CI 48.5 / 70.4
SE 5.584
62.0
CI 51.2 / 72.8
SE 5.511
58.0
CI 48.0 / 67.9
SE 5.076


Female 53.9
CI 48.9 / 58.8
SE 2.531
63.9
CI 53.3 / 74.4
SE 5.396
63.7
CI 53.1 / 74.4
SE 5.424
60.3
CI 50.3 / 70.3
SE 5.102


Race/Ethnicity









White only 45.1
CI 40.7 / 49.6
SE 2.270
50.3
CI 40.8 / 59.9
SE 4.876
57.7
CI 47.4 / 67.9
SE 5.231
53.6
CI 44.2 / 62.9
SE 4.757


Black or African American only 45.5
CI 36.8 / 54.3
SE 4.465
48.8
CI 36.1 / 61.6
SE 6.502
54.3
CI 39.2 / 69.3
SE 7.676
72.4
CI 51.1 / 93.7
SE 10.852


Age group† §









45-64 years 26.1
CI 22.6 / 29.6
SE 1.772
27.0
CI 20.2 / 33.8
SE 3.472
29.7
CI 21.6 / 37.8
SE 4.138
28.1
CI 20.4 / 35.8
SE 3.938


   45-54 years 16.8
CI 14.0 / 19.7
SE 1.460
16.4
CI 12.0 / 20.9
SE 2.270
19.4
CI 13.4 / 25.4
SE 3.058
18.3
CI 12.2 / 24.5
SE 3.129


   55-64 years 38.5
CI 32.4 / 44.7
SE 3.129
41.0
CI 29.9 / 52.1
SE 5.644
43.0
CI 30.4 / 55.6
SE 6.441
40.1
CI 29.4 / 50.9
SE 5.471


65 years and over 108.8
CI 96.8 / 120.9
SE 6.137
122.0
CI 90.5 / 153.6
SE 16.105
119.5
CI 89.4 / 149.7
SE 15.388
112.2
CI 84.3 / 140.0
SE 14.213


   65-74 years 92.6
CI 81.5 / 103.8
SE 5.678
95.7
CI 69.8 / 121.6
SE 13.229
101.5
CI 74.9 / 128.1
SE 13.566
95.5
CI 69.5 / 121.5
SE 13.285


   75-84 years 131.9
CI 113.1 / 150.6
SE 9.573
150.1
CI 107.0 / 193.2
SE 21.987
137.5
CI 100.7 / 174.3
SE 18.796
125.3
CI 92.8 / 157.8
SE 16.578


   85 years and over 111.2
CI 93.7 / 128.8
SE 8.964
150.9
CI 100.0 / 201.7
SE 25.950
144.3
CI 97.6 / 191.0
SE 23.822
143.6
CI 101.8 / 185.5
SE 21.357


Geographic region (of hospital)









Northeast 60.0
CI 49.0 / 70.9
SE 5.570
66.6
CI 47.9 / 85.4
SE 9.556
76.0
CI 53.6 / 98.4
SE 11.432
59.4
CI 41.0 / 77.9
SE 9.417


South 52.6
CI 46.1 / 59.1
SE 3.323
70.0
CI 50.5 / 89.4
SE 9.925
69.2
CI 49.4 / 89.0
SE 10.102
70.9
CI 52.2 / 89.6
SE 9.541


Midwest 71.7
CI 61.9 / 81.6
SE 5.037
70.2
CI 50.6 / 89.9
SE 10.027
64.2
CI 48.0 / 80.5
SE 8.277
61.8
CI 45.1 / 78.4
SE 8.513


West 41.3
CI 35.4 / 47.1
SE 3.002
32.8
CI 17.9 / 47.7
SE 7.600
35.9
CI 22.7 / 49.0
SE 6.701
34.0
CI 23.5 / 44.5
SE 5.366


Health insurance status (<65 years) §









Insured 26.6
CI 23.1 / 30.2
SE 1.809
27.8
CI 20.8 / 34.8
SE 3.551
30.8
CI 22.8 / 38.7
SE 4.059
29.3
CI 20.8 / 37.7
SE 4.322


   Private 12.0
CI 9.9 / 14.2
SE 1.090
12.4
CI 8.5 / 16.3
SE 1.982
12.9
CI 7.8 / 17.9
SE 2.561
8.2
CI 5.6 / 10.7
SE 1.287


   Public 88.8
CI 74.7 / 102.9
SE 7.187
89.9
CI 65.4 / 114.4
SE 12.509
99.6
CI 74.1 / 125.1
SE 13.026
110.6
CI 75.4 / 145.8
SE 17.969


Uninsured 16.7
CI 10.9 / 22.6
SE 2.965
17.9
CI 10.5 / 25.2
SE 3.735
15.2
CI 7.9 / 22.5
SE 3.738
16.9
CI 9.8 / 24.1
SE 3.654


Marital status









Widowed 50.1
CI 38.4 / 61.8
SE 5.978
44.7
CI 31.3 / 58.2
SE 6.869
63.1
CI 42.7 / 83.4
SE 10.360
56.8
CI 38.6 / 75.1
SE 9.297


Divorced or separated 46.5
CI 32.8 / 60.1
SE 6.975
38.7
CI 24.8 / 52.6
SE 7.093
44.4
CI 29.4 / 59.4
SE 7.672
53.4
CI 36.5 / 70.3
SE 8.629


Single 101.7
CI 77.4 / 126.0
SE 12.408
100.3
CI 67.8 / 132.7
SE 16.567
87.0
CI 57.2 / 116.9
SE 15.216
78.8
CI 54.2 / 103.5
SE 12.588


Married 25.5
CI 21.8 / 29.1
SE 1.867
25.3
CI 18.4 / 32.2
SE 3.532
24.5
CI 18.9 / 30.0
SE 2.836
23.9
CI 18.2 / 29.7
SE 2.921


Footnotes View Footnotes

† Target is not applicable for this population group.

§ This population group is not age adjusted.

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 COPD (age adjusted, per 10,000 population, 45+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 81.7 (2007)
2020 Target: 56.81
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 20072 2008 2009 2010 2011
Total 81.7
CI 64.2 / 99.3
SE 8.948
110.1
CI 89.7 / 130.4
SE 10.391
117.3
CI 90.4 / 144.2
SE 13.716
92.9
CI 74.4 / 111.4
SE 9.462
103.1
CI 83.4 / 122.7
SE 10.023
Sex









Female 97.3
CI 74.3 / 120.4
SE 11.777
97.0
CI 76.5 / 117.6
SE 10.475
114.8
CI 86.5 / 143.0
SE 14.416
110.8
CI 81.7 / 140.0
SE 14.88
114.5
CI 85.5 / 143.4
SE 14.766
Male 62.0
CI 44.2 / 79.9
SE 9.113
126.7
CI 96.0 / 157.5
SE 15.692
121.4
CI 86.8 / 155.9
SE 17.643
72.5
CI 55.9 / 89.1
SE 8.471
89.3
CI 68.8 / 109.7
SE 10.431
Race/Ethnicity









Black or African American only 101.3
CI 57.4 / 145.2
SE 22.416
160.4
CI 99.4 / 221.5
SE 31.143
120.1
CI 73.0 / 167.2
SE 24.035
154.1
CI 97.7 / 210.6
SE 28.804
119.5
CI 67.9 / 171.1
SE 26.329
White only 82.9
CI 63.2 / 102.6
SE 10.046
107.6
CI 85.0 / 130.3
SE 11.556
120.7
CI 90.1 / 151.3
SE 15.594
88.7
CI 69.7 / 107.6
SE 9.646
105.5
CI 83.4 / 127.5
SE 11.248
Hispanic or Latino 65.5
CI 29.2 / 101.7
SE 18.493
DSU

DSU

DSU

63.7
CI 29.9 / 97.5
SE 17.257
Not Hispanic or Latino 83.2
CI 64.4 / 102.0
SE 9.571
115.5
CI 93.4 / 137.6
SE 11.296
124.4
CI 94.9 / 154.0
SE 15.076
95.9
CI 76.0 / 115.9
SE 10.192
106.9
CI 85.4 / 128.3
SE 10.924
   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 84.6
CI 63.5 / 105.6
SE 10.747
112.9
CI 88.1 / 137.7
SE 12.661
128.8
CI 94.7 / 162.8
SE 17.352
92.1
CI 71.4 / 112.8
SE 10.57
109.3
CI 85.2 / 133.4
SE 12.276
   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 104.5
CI 59.1 / 149.8
SE 23.138
165.6
CI 102.5 / 228.7
SE 32.176
122.9
CI 74.3 / 171.6
SE 24.822
159.1
CI 100.7 / 217.5
SE 29.781
123.8
CI 70.2 / 177.3
SE 27.327
Age group† §









45-64 years 60.6
CI 43.3 / 77.9
SE 8.84
77.0
CI 59.8 / 94.3
SE 8.814
74.8
CI 57.4 / 92.3
SE 8.913
71.8
CI 54.8 / 88.7
SE 8.639
70.4
CI 51.3 / 89.4
SE 9.733
   55-64 years 65.2
CI 39.5 / 90.8
SE 13.078
95.7
CI 68.2 / 123.2
SE 14.046
84.7
CI 60.4 / 109.0
SE 12.397
80.8
CI 56.8 / 104.9
SE 12.281
92.6
CI 58.2 / 127.0
SE 17.551
   45-54 years 57.2
CI 37.0 / 77.3
SE 10.282
62.8
CI 44.5 / 81.2
SE 9.348
67.1
CI 46.6 / 87.6
SE 10.452
64.4
CI 45.1 / 83.7
SE 9.834
51.4
CI 34.6 / 68.1
SE 8.532
65 years and over 118.8
CI 87.6 / 150.1
SE 15.929
168.0
CI 127.8 / 208.1
SE 20.483
191.8
CI 128.5 / 255.0
SE 32.267
130.2
CI 98.6 / 161.7
SE 16.094
159.6
CI 126.8 / 192.5
SE 16.763
   65-74 122.3
CI 83.8 / 160.7
SE 19.613
158.0
CI 108.2 / 207.8
SE 25.411
188.6
CI 114.5 / 262.7
SE 37.785
135.0
CI 88.8 / 181.1
SE 23.542
147.2
CI 105.9 / 188.6
SE 21.095
   85 years and over 139.1
CI 60.7 / 217.6
SE 40.027
188.3
CI 117.2 / 259.5
SE 36.317
193.3
CI 91.9 / 294.7
SE 51.728
126.7
CI 63.9 / 189.6
SE 32.07
190.0
CI 92.7 / 287.3
SE 49.653
   75-84 years 105.9
CI 63.6 / 148.1
SE 21.561
175.8
CI 116.8 / 234.7
SE 30.077
196.4
CI 112.1 / 280.7
SE 42.993
123.6
CI 74.0 / 173.1
SE 25.279
169.1
CI 106.3 / 232.0
SE 32.059
Geographic location (of provider)









Non-metropolitan 77.4
CI 35.1 / 119.7
SE 21.577
159.9
CI 89.3 / 230.4
SE 35.989
DSU

97.9
CI 41.1 / 154.7
SE 28.976
122.2
CI 73.2 / 171.2
SE 24.993
Metropolitan 82.8
CI 62.7 / 102.9
SE 10.239
98.1
CI 77.8 / 118.5
SE 10.397
100.4
CI 79.4 / 121.4
SE 10.722
91.5
CI 71.6 / 111.4
SE 10.162
98.9
CI 76.9 / 120.9
SE 11.227
Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 34.5
CI 15.9 / 53.1
SE 9.478
44.4
CI 28.6 / 60.2
SE 8.057
46.9
CI 28.2 / 65.6
SE 9.561
42.4
CI 25.8 / 59.0
SE 8.477
39.4
CI 20.7 / 58.0
SE 9.513
   Private DSU

24.1
CI 10.9 / 37.3
SE 6.727
DSU

19.1
CI 8.5 / 29.7
SE 5.401
DSU

   Public DSU

168.2
CI 87.4 / 249.0
SE 41.221
211.7
CI 108.2 / 315.1
SE 52.762
169.3
CI 79.5 / 259.2
SE 45.825
154.2
CI 63.8 / 244.5
SE 46.093
Uninsured DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

DSU

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.

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.