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Health United States 2015______

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Health United States

Health, United States, 2015______ With Special Feature on Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics

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  • Page 7 and 8: For NCHS surveys, point estimates a
  • Page 9 and 10: Contents
  • Page 11 and 12: Trend Tables Health Status and Dete
  • Page 13 and 14: Summary List of Trend Tables by Top
  • Page 15 and 16: Determinants and Measures of Health
  • Page 17 and 18: Facilities Table 89. Hospitals, bed
  • Page 19 and 20: Health, United States, 2015: At a G
  • Page 21 and 22: Highlights This Highlights section
  • Page 23 and 24: 4 or more doses of pneumococcal con
  • Page 25 and 26: Chartbook: Figures 1-17
  • Page 27 and 28: Mortality Selected Causes of Death
  • Page 29 and 30: Functional Limitations Disability F
  • Page 31 and 32: Utilization Pap Test Use Figure 10.
  • Page 33 and 34: Health Care Resources Physicians Ac
  • Page 35 and 36: Chartbook: Figures 18-27 Special Fe
  • Page 37 and 38: were resolved by examining decimal
  • Page 39 and 40: Infant Mortality During 1999-2013,
  • Page 41 and 42: Low-risk Births Delivered by Cesare
  • Page 43 and 44: Hypertension In 2011-2014, non-Hisp
  • Page 45 and 46: Influenza Vaccination During 1999-2
  • Page 47 and 48: Difficulty Accessing Needed Dental
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    Data table for Figure 18 (page 1 of

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    Data table for Figure 19. Infant mo

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    Data table for Figure 21 (page 1 of

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    Data table for Figure 22. Obesity a

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    Data table for Figure 23 (page 2 of

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    Data table for Figure 24 (page 2 of

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    Data table for Figure 25 (page 1 of

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    Data table for Figure 25 (page 3 of

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    Data table for Figure 26 (page 2 of

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    Data table for Figure 27 (page 1 of

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    Technical Notes Data Sources Data f

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    References 1. Xu JQ, Murphy SL, Koc

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    72. MacDorman MF, Mathews TJ. Under

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    Table 1 (page 1 of 3). Resident pop

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    Table 1 (page 3 of 3). Resident pop

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    Table 2 (page 2 of 2). Persons belo

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    Table 3 (page 2 of 3). Crude birth

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    Table 4. Nonmarital childbearing, b

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    Table 6 (page 1 of 3). Low birthwei

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    Table 6 (page 3 of 3). Low birthwei

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    Table 8 (page 1 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 8 (page 3 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 8 (page 5 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 9. Breastfeeding among mother

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    Table 10 (page 2 of 2). Infant, neo

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    Table 12 (page 1 of 3). Infant mort

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    Table 12 (page 3 of 3). Infant mort

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    Table 14 (page 1 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 15 (page 1 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 16 (page 1 of 2). Age-adjuste

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    Table 17 (page 1 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 17 (page 3 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 18 (page 1 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 18 (page 3 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 19 (page 1 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 19 (page 3 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 20 (page 1 of 2). Leading cau

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    Table 21 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 21 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 22 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 22 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 23 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 24 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 24 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 25 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 25 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 26 (page 2 of 2). Death rates

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    Table 27 (page 2 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 27 (page 4 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 28 (page 2 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 28 (page 4 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 29 (page 2 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 29 (page 4 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 30 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 31 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 31 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 32 (page 2 of 2). Occupationa

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    Table 33 (page 2 of 2). Selected no

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    Table 34 (page 2 of 2). Human immun

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    Table 35 (page 2 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 35 (page 4 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 36 (page 1 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 36 (page 3 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 37. Five-year relative cancer

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    Table 38 (page 2 of 2). Respondent-

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    Table 39 (page 2 of 2). Number of r

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    Table 40 (page 2 of 3). Diabetes pr

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    Table 41 (page 1 of 3). Severe head

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    Table 41 (page 3 of 3). Severe head

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    Table 42 (page 2 of 2). Disability

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    Table 43 (page 2 of 2). Vision limi

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    Table 44 (page 2 of 2). Hearing lim

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    Table 45 (page 2 of 2). Respondent-

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    Table 46 (page 2 of 2). Serious psy

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    Table 47 (page 2 of 2). Current cig

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    Table 49 (page 1 of 3). Current cig

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    Table 49 (page 3 of 3). Current cig

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    Table 50 (page 2 of 2). Use of sele

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    Table 51 (page 2 of 3). Use of sele

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    Table 52 (page 1 of 3). Health risk

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    Table 52 (page 3 of 3). Health risk

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    Table 53 (page 2 of 2). Selected he

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    Table 54 (page 2 of 2). Hypertensio

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    Table 55 (page 2 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 55 (page 4 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 56 (page 2 of 2). Mean macron

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    Table 57 (page 2 of 5). Participati

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    Table 57 (page 4 of 5). Participati

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    Table 58 (page 1 of 7). Normal weig

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    Table 58 (page 3 of 7). Normal weig

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    Table 58 (page 5 of 7). Normal weig

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    Table 58 (page 7 of 7). Normal weig

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    Table 59 (page 2 of 2). Obesity amo

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    Table 60 (page 2 of 2). Untreated d

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    Table 61 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 62 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 63 (page 2 of 3). Delay or no

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    Table 64 (page 1 of 2). No health c

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    Table 65 (page 1 of 3). Health care

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    Table 65 (page 3 of 3). Health care

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    Table 66 (page 2 of 3). Vaccination

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    Table 67. Vaccination coverage for

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    Table 68 (page 2 of 2). Influenza v

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    Table 69 (page 2 of 2). Pneumococca

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    Table 70 (page 2 of 3). Use of mamm

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    Table 71 (page 1 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 71 (page 3 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 71 (page 5 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 72 (page 2 of 2). Use of colo

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    Table 73 (page 2 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 73 (page 4 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 74 (page 2 of 3). Emergency d

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    Table 75 (page 1 of 2). Initial inj

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    Table 76 (page 1 of 3). Visits to p

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    Table 76 (page 3 of 3). Visits to p

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    Table 77 (page 2 of 2). Visits to p

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    Table 78 (page 2 of 2). Dental visi

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    Table 79 (page 2 of 2). Prescriptio

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    Table 80 (page 2 of 3). Selected pr

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    Table 81 (page 1 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 81 (page 3 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 82. Hospital admissions, aver

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    Table 84. Doctors of medicine, by p

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    Table 86. Active dentists, by state

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    Table 88. First-year enrollment and

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    Table 90. Community hospital beds a

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    Table 92 (page 1 of 2). Nursing hom

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    Table 93 (page 1 of 2). Gross domes

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    Table 94 (page 1 of 2). National he

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    Table 95 (page 1 of 3). Personal he

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    Table 95 (page 3 of 3). Personal he

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    Table 96 (page 2 of 3). Cost of hos

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    Table 97 (page 1 of 3). Expenses fo

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    Table 97 (page 3 of 3). Expenses fo

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    Table 98 (page 2 of 3). Sources of

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    Table 99. Out-of-pocket health care

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    Table 100 (page 2 of 2). National h

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    Table 102 (page 1 of 3). Private he

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    Table 102 (page 3 of 3). Private he

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    Table 103 (page 2 of 3). Private he

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    Table 104 (page 1 of 3). Medicaid c

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    Table 104 (page 3 of 3). Medicaid c

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    Table 105 (page 2 of 3). No health

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    Table 106 (page 1 of 2). Health ins

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    Table 107 (page 1 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 108 (page 1 of 2). Medicare b

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    Table 109 (page 1 of 2). Medicaid a

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    Table 110 (page 1 of 2). Medicaid a

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    Table 111. Department ofVeterans Af

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    Table 112 (page 2 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 114 (page 1 of 3). Persons un

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    Table 114 (page 3 of 3). Persons un

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    Appendix Contents Appendix I. Data

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    Medical specialty—See Appendix II

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    Appendix I. Data Sources Health, Un

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    includes residents under formally a

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    and definitions were revised. Prior

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    tapes to CMS quarterly, through MSI

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    Sample Size and Response Rate. Each

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    of providers. The 2013 NAMCS-NEHRS

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    interview response rate was 86% (33

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    consists of a sample of 428 primary

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    eporting period. Starting in 2001,

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    and services produced by labor and

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    Sample Size and Response Rate. For

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    to NCHS through the Vital Statistic

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    NCHS is responsible for compiling a

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    collected from establishments sampl

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    states are implementing the revised

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    analytic purposes. Starting with He

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    American Hospital Association (AHA)

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    Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland,

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    Table I. United States projected ye

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    groups, with under 1 and 1-4 combin

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    + Equipment maintenance procedures.

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    Table IV. Cause-of-death codes, by

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    adults: A report of the American Co

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    Table V. Comparability of selected

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    esources: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/n

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    years of education completed (1996)

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    family income data are based on cal

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    Figure I. U.S. Census Bureau: Four

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    (b) those who had a period of up to

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    Birth file—The reporting area for

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    Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Su

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    chunk or rock form) during the last

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    Table IX. Codes for external causes

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    Table X. Codes for procedure catego

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    Medicaid—Medicaid was authorized

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    diagnosed with cancer through the C

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    Lexicon Plus is a comprehensive dat

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    For more information on the recomme

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    Postneonatal mortality rate—See A

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    To improve the quality of data on e

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    Table XII. Private health care cove

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    option of selecting more than one o

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    + Hopeless? + That everything was a

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    Boosters (revaccination) of vaccina

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    Index (Numbers are table and figure

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    B—Con. Table/Figure (F) Black or

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    G—Con. Table/Figure (F) Glycemic

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    M—Con. Table/Figure (F) Men’s h

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    P—Con. Table/Figure (F) Pneumococ

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    W—Con. Table/Figure (F) Women’s

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