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Medical visits for venous thromboembolism (age adjusted, per 10,000 population, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 54.3 (2007)
2020 Target: 48.9
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2007        
Total 54.3









Age group† §









18-44 6.5









65 and over 186.6









45-64 67.4









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.

Women with von Willebrand disease diagnosed within 1 year of first bleed (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 28.4 (2008)
2020 Target: 31.2
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008        
Total 28.4
CI 23.5 / 33.3
SE 2.5








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino DSU









Black or African American only DSU









White only 28.2
CI 22.9 / 33.5
SE 2.7








Not Hispanic or Latino 29.2
CI 23.9 / 34.5
SE 2.7








Age group









<18 27.7
CI 21.0 / 34.4
SE 3.4








   12-17 33.3
CI 23.1 / 43.5
SE 5.2








   0-4 DSU









   5-11 31.4
CI 18.5 / 44.3
SE 6.6








18-44 25.5
CI 17.3 / 33.7
SE 4.2








   18-24 DSU









   25-44 31.1
CI 19.3 / 42.9
SE 6.0








45-64 42.4
CI 25.3 / 59.5
SE 8.7








   45-54 38.1
CI 16.7 / 59.5
SE 10.9








   55-64 DSU









65 and over DSU









Footnotes View Footnotes

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 hemophilia and reduced joint mobility due to bleeding into joints (percent)

2020 Baseline (year): 82.9 (2008)
2020 Target: 74.6
Desired Direction: Decrease
Populations 2008        
Total 82.9
CI 80.4 / 85.4
SE 1.3








Sex









Female 67.4
CI 53.7 / 81.1
SE 7.0








Male 83.7
CI 81.2 / 86.2
SE 1.3








Race/Ethnicity









Hispanic or Latino 82.8
CI 76.7 / 88.9
SE 3.1








Black or African American only 80.7
CI 72.1 / 89.3
SE 4.4








White only 83.0
CI 80.3 / 85.7
SE 1.4








Not Hispanic or Latino 82.9
CI 80.2 / 85.6
SE 1.4








Age group









<18 78.0
CI 74.5 / 81.5
SE 1.8








   5-11 63.2
CI 55.2 / 71.2
SE 4.1








   0-4 84.4
CI 80.3 / 88.5
SE 2.1








   12-17 78.6
CI 70.4 / 86.8
SE 4.2








18-44 89.7
CI 86.0 / 93.4
SE 1.9








   25-44 94.7
CI 91.4 / 98.0
SE 1.7








   18-24 81.2
CI 73.6 / 88.8
SE 3.9








45-64 92.3
CI 85.8 / 98.8
SE 3.3








   55-64 93.3

SE 4.6








   45-54 91.4

SE 4.8








65 and over 90.5

SE 6.6








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.

Persons donating blood (age adjusted, percent, 18+ years)

2020 Baseline (year): 6.1 (2008)
2020 Target: 6.7
Desired Direction: Increase
Populations 2008 2009 2010    
Total 6.1
CI 5.7 / 6.6
SE 0.216
5.9
CI 5.5 / 6.2
SE 0.197
6.1
CI 5.8 / 6.5
SE 0.194




Sex









Male 6.7
CI 6.0 / 7.4
SE 0.340
5.9
CI 5.3 / 6.5
SE 0.284
6.5
CI 6.0 / 7.1
SE 0.291




Female 5.6
CI 5.1 / 6.1
SE 0.258
5.8
CI 5.3 / 6.3
SE 0.264
5.8
CI 5.3 / 6.3
SE 0.246




Race/Ethnicity









Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander only DSU

DSU

DSU





Not Hispanic or Latino 6.6
CI 6.1 / 7.0
SE 0.240
6.3
CI 5.9 / 6.8
SE 0.225
6.5
CI 6.1 / 7.0
SE 0.219




   Black or African American only, not Hispanic or Latino 4.1
CI 3.2 / 5.0
SE 0.463
3.5
CI 2.8 / 4.2
SE 0.365
2.9
CI 2.3 / 3.6
SE 0.346




   White only, not Hispanic or Latino 7.4
CI 6.8 / 8.0
SE 0.293
7.1
CI 6.6 / 7.6
SE 0.269
7.5
CI 6.9 / 8.0
SE 0.271




American Indian or Alaska Native only DSU

DSU

DSU





Black or African American only 4.1
CI 3.2 / 5.0
SE 0.455
3.5
CI 2.8 / 4.2
SE 0.354
2.9
CI 2.3 / 3.6
SE 0.332




White only 6.8
CI 6.2 / 7.3
SE 0.256
6.4
CI 6.0 / 6.9
SE 0.231
6.8
CI 6.4 / 7.3
SE 0.231




Hispanic or Latino 3.6
CI 2.8 / 4.5
SE 0.441
3.4
CI 2.6 / 4.1
SE 0.373
3.6
CI 2.9 / 4.2
SE 0.331




Asian only 2.1
CI 1.2 / 3.0
SE 0.455
3.1
CI 2.1 / 4.1
SE 0.515
3.6
CI 2.3 / 4.8
SE 0.642




2 or more races 6.7
CI 2.8 / 10.5
SE 1.960
5.0
CI 2.2 / 7.8
SE 1.422
4.0
CI 2.0 / 6.0
SE 1.042




Age group† §









18-44 7.4
CI 6.7 / 8.1
SE 0.355
6.9
CI 6.3 / 7.5
SE 0.326
7.1
CI 6.5 / 7.7
SE 0.303




   18-24 9.7
CI 7.9 / 11.5
SE 0.920
9.7
CI 8.1 / 11.2
SE 0.799
10.4
CI 8.9 / 11.9
SE 0.771




   25-44 6.6
CI 5.9 / 7.3
SE 0.361
5.9
CI 5.3 / 6.5
SE 0.306
5.9
CI 5.3 / 6.4
SE 0.304




65 and over 2.2
CI 1.6 / 2.8
SE 0.303
2.5
CI 2.0 / 3.0
SE 0.269
2.5
CI 2.0 / 3.0
SE 0.268




   75-84 1.3
CI 0.6 / 2.0
SE 0.347
DSU

0.8
CI 0.4 / 1.3
SE 0.231




   65-74 3.3
CI 2.3 / 4.3
SE 0.507
3.9
CI 3.0 / 4.8
SE 0.444
4.0
CI 3.1 / 4.9
SE 0.462




   85 and over DSU

DSU

DSU





45-64 6.2
CI 5.5 / 6.8
SE 0.344
6.0
CI 5.4 / 6.7
SE 0.338
6.8
CI 6.1 / 7.5
SE 0.360




   55-64 6.0
CI 5.0 / 6.9
SE 0.484
5.5
CI 4.6 / 6.5
SE 0.490
6.6
CI 5.6 / 7.5
SE 0.502




   45-54 6.3
CI 5.4 / 7.3
SE 0.496
6.4
CI 5.5 / 7.3
SE 0.463
6.9
CI 6.0 / 7.9
SE 0.490




Educational attainment (25 years and over)









High school 4.3
CI 3.6 / 5.0
SE 0.352
3.7
CI 3.1 / 4.3
SE 0.322
3.7
CI 3.1 / 4.2
SE 0.293




Some college 6.1
CI 5.0 / 7.1
SE 0.529
6.0
CI 5.1 / 6.9
SE 0.466
5.6
CI 4.8 / 6.5
SE 0.438




Advanced degree 6.8
CI 5.4 / 8.2
SE 0.723
7.5
CI 6.3 / 8.8
SE 0.628
8.8
CI 7.4 / 10.2
SE 0.719




Associates degree 7.6
CI 6.1 / 9.1
SE 0.757
6.1
CI 5.0 / 7.2
SE 0.557
5.9
CI 4.8 / 7.0
SE 0.563




< High school 1.9
CI 1.2 / 2.6
SE 0.369
1.6
CI 1.0 / 2.3
SE 0.335
1.5
CI 0.9 / 2.0
SE 0.261




4-year college degree 7.9
CI 6.8 / 9.1
SE 0.582
7.9
CI 6.9 / 8.9
SE 0.509
8.4
CI 7.3 / 9.4
SE 0.528




Family income (percent Federal Poverty Level)









400-599 7.2
CI 6.0 / 8.4
SE 0.597
7.6
CI 6.5 / 8.7
SE 0.570
7.7
CI 6.7 / 8.8
SE 0.557




600+ 7.9
CI 6.8 / 9.0
SE 0.557
8.5
CI 7.3 / 9.7
SE 0.621
8.8
CI 7.5 / 10.1
SE 0.671




200-399 6.5
CI 5.7 / 7.3
SE 0.407
6.0
CI 5.3 / 6.8
SE 0.385
6.1
CI 5.4 / 6.8
SE 0.355




100-199 3.4
CI 2.7 / 4.1
SE 0.354
3.3
CI 2.7 / 3.9
SE 0.306
3.5
CI 2.8 / 4.1
SE 0.341




<100 3.3
CI 2.4 / 4.1
SE 0.432
2.5
CI 1.8 / 3.1
SE 0.320
3.2
CI 2.5 / 3.8
SE 0.332




Family type









Single 6.4
CI 5.5 / 7.3
SE 0.453
5.7
CI 5.0 / 6.4
SE 0.361
6.1
CI 5.4 / 6.7
SE 0.344




Single parent with children 4.4
CI 3.1 / 5.7
SE 0.670
4.0
CI 3.0 / 5.1
SE 0.537
4.1
CI 2.9 / 5.2
SE 0.574




Married couple or partners 6.4
CI 5.4 / 7.4
SE 0.508
6.1
CI 5.2 / 7.0
SE 0.481
6.6
CI 5.7 / 7.5
SE 0.464




Two parent family with children 10.3
CI 4.8 / 15.9
SE 2.817
5.5
CI 4.6 / 6.3
SE 0.434
5.8
CI 4.9 / 6.7
SE 0.448




Other 5.3
CI 4.5 / 6.1
SE 0.397
5.5
CI 4.8 / 6.2
SE 0.375
5.0
CI 4.3 / 5.6
SE 0.343




Country of birth









Outside US 2.5
CI 1.7 / 3.2
SE 0.379
2.7
CI 2.1 / 3.3
SE 0.302
2.9
CI 2.3 / 3.6
SE 0.327




US 6.9
CI 6.4 / 7.4
SE 0.251
6.5
CI 6.1 / 7.0
SE 0.227
6.8
CI 6.4 / 7.3
SE 0.225




Disability status









People with activity limitations 5.5
CI 4.1 / 7.0
SE 0.752
3.8
CI 2.7 / 4.9
SE 0.538
3.1
CI 2.2 / 3.9
SE 0.435




People without activity limitations 6.5
CI 6.0 / 6.9
SE 0.232
6.3
CI 5.9 / 6.8
SE 0.222
6.7
CI 6.3 / 7.1
SE 0.215




Geographic location









Metropolitan 6.1
CI 5.6 / 6.5
SE 0.235
5.8
CI 5.4 / 6.2
SE 0.211
6.2
CI 5.8 / 6.6
SE 0.205




Non-metropolitan 6.6
CI 5.4 / 7.8
SE 0.600
6.4
CI 5.3 / 7.5
SE 0.560
6.0
CI 5.0 / 7.1
SE 0.539




Health insurance status (<65 years)









Insured 7.6
CI 7.0 / 8.1
SE 0.298
7.2
CI 6.7 / 7.8
SE 0.275
7.6
CI 7.1 / 8.1
SE 0.269




   Public 3.4
CI 2.5 / 4.4
SE 0.488
3.1
CI 2.4 / 3.8
SE 0.367
3.5
CI 2.8 / 4.3
SE 0.379




   Private 8.3
CI 7.6 / 9.0
SE 0.338
8.1
CI 7.5 / 8.8
SE 0.321
8.5
CI 7.8 / 9.1
SE 0.318




Uninsured 4.4
CI 3.5 / 5.3
SE 0.460
4.2
CI 3.4 / 5.1
SE 0.434
4.1
CI 3.4 / 4.8
SE 0.371




Marital status









Married 5.9
CI 5.3 / 6.5
SE 0.296
6.1
CI 5.4 / 6.7
SE 0.337
6.4
CI 5.8 / 7.0
SE 0.312




Never married 5.5
CI 4.7 / 6.3
SE 0.415
4.8
CI 4.2 / 5.5
SE 0.345
4.5
CI 3.9 / 5.1
SE 0.307




Cohabiting partner 4.5
CI 3.1 / 5.9
SE 0.719
3.7
CI 2.6 / 4.9
SE 0.585
4.5
CI 3.1 / 5.9
SE 0.707




Widowed DSU

DSU

DSU





Divorced or separated 4.9
CI 3.7 / 6.0
SE 0.583
6.1
CI 3.9 / 8.2
SE 1.095
4.6
CI 3.4 / 5.7
SE 0.589




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.