TrendWatch Chartbook 2018 - Chapter 7: Community Health Indicators

TrendWatch Chartbook 2018 analyzes the latest in hospital and health system trends. It is produced by the AHA. These charts are from Chapter 7.

Trends Affecting Hospitals and Health Systems


Chapter 7: Community Health Indicators

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7.1 – 7.25

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Tables 7.1 – 7.7

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7.1

U.S. Population Trends and Projections by Age, 1980 – 2060


Table 7.1: Data for Chart 7.1

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7.2

U.S. Population Trends and Projections by Race, 2015 – 2060


Table 7.2: Data for Chart 7.2

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7.3

Age-adjusted Death Rates, Selected Causes, by Race, 2015


Table 7.3: Data for Chart 7.3

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7.4

Percent of People with Chronic Conditions by Number and Sex, 2013 PDF 05-24-18

7.5

Percent of Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries with Chronic Conditions, 2015 PDF 05-24-18

7.6

Number of Persons with Asthma, 1980 – 2015


Table 7.4: Data for Chart 7.6

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7.7

Percent of Adults with Hypertension by Sex, 1988 – 1994 and 2011 – 2014 PDF 05-24-18

7.8

Percent of Adults Who Are Overweight and Obese, 1960 – 2014


Table 7.5: Data for Chart 7.8

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7.9

Percent of Expenses Used by People with Chronic Conditions by Service Type, 2013 PDF 05-24-18

7.10

Percent of Spending for Individuals with Chronic Conditions by Insurance Status, 2013 PDF 05-24-18

7.11

Percent of Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries vs. Percent of Medicare Spending, by Number of Chronic Conditions, 2015

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7.12

Percent of Medicare Fee-for-Service Spending on Chronic Conditions, by Type of Service, 2010 PDF 05-24-18

7.13

Percent Uninsured by Race, 1984 – 2015


Table 7.6: Data for Chart 7.13

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7.14

Percent of Adults with No Usual Source of Care by Race, 1997 – 2015


Table 7.7: Data for Chart 7.14

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7.15

Percent of Adults with No Usual Source of Care by Insurance Status, 1999 – 2015

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7.16

Percent of Children with No Usual Source of Care by Race, 1999 – 2015


Table 7.7: Data for Chart 7.16

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7.17

Percent of Children with No Usual Source of Care by Insurance Status, 1999 – 2015

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7.18

Percent of Individuals with No Health Care Visits by Race, Insurance Status, 1997 and 2015

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7.19

Percent of Children with No Health Care Visits by Race, Insurance Status, 1998 and 2015

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7.20

Percent of Children with No Dental Visits by Race, Poverty Status, 1997 and 2015

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7.21

Percent of Children Vaccinated by Race, Poverty Status, 2009 and 2015

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7.22

Percent of Women Receiving Mammography by Race, Poverty Status, 1994 and 2015

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7.23

Percent of Adults with Chronic Conditions by Insurance Type, 2012

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7.24 Total Expenditures on Top 10 Most Costly Conditions Among Adults by Sex, 2013 PDF 05-24-18
7.25 30-Day Readmission Rate for Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries by Number of Chronic Conditions, 2015 PDF 05-24-18
 

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