Kansas Health Indicators


(Web version, last updated:  6/23/2010)

Access to Care
  Access Outcomes
    Bullet Point Hospitalizations for Ambulatory-Care-Sensitive Conditions:
        Bullet Point     Adult Asthma (per 100,000)
      Bullet Point     Pediatric Asthma (per 100,000)
        Bullet Point     Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (per 100,000)
      Bullet Point     Pneumonia (per 100,000)
      Bullet Point     Urinary Infections (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Hospitalizations by Source of Payer (per 1,000)
    Bullet Point Patients Seeking Inpatient Care Within Their County (percentage)
  Health Insurance Status
    Bullet Point Persons With Private Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Employment-Based Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Own-Employment-Based Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Direct Purchase Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Government Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Medicaid Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Medicare Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With Military Health Insurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With No Health Insurance Coverage - Uninsured (percentage)
  Medicaid Eligibility
    Bullet Point Poverty Rate (percentage)
    Bullet Point Eligible Children Enrolled in Medicaid (percentage)
      Bullet Point    Age < 1
      Bullet Point    Ages 1 - 5
      Bullet Point    Ages 6 - 19
  Demographics
    Bullet Point Minority Population (percentage)
    Bullet Point Metropolitan Population (percentage)
    Bullet Point Rural Population (percentage)
    Bullet Point Unemployment Rate (percentage)
    Bullet Point Education Level
    Bullet Point People Employed in Firms With Fewer Than 100 Employees (percentage)
    Bullet Point People Employed Part-Time (percentage)
  Health Professions Workforce
  Note: Augmentation with KDHE surveys currently in progress
For source data, see KIC Health Professions Reports
    Bullet Point

Physician to Population Ratio (per 100,000):

      Bullet Point     MD (Doctor of Medicine)
      Bullet Point     MD (Doctor of Medicine) Residents
      Bullet Point     DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)
      Bullet Point     DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) Residents
      Bullet Point     Physician Assistant (PA)
    Bullet Point Dental to Population Ratio (per 100,000):
      Bullet Point     DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery)
      Bullet Point     Dental Hygienist
    Bullet Point Nursing to Population Ratio (per 100,000):
      Bullet Point     Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)
      Bullet Point     Registered Nurse (RN)
      Bullet Point     Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
      Bullet Point     Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
    Bullet Point Pharmacist to Population Ratio (per 100,000)
  Safety Net Stability
    Bullet Point Families Having Difficulties or Delays in Obtaining Needed Health Care (percentage)
  Medical Home
    Bullet Point People With a Source of Ongoing Care (percentage)
Health And Wellness
  Tobacco Use and Prevention
    Bullet Point Adults Who Currently Smoke Cigarettes (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents Who Currently Smoke Cigarettes (percentage)
  Overweight and Obesity
    Bullet Point Adults Who Are Overweight (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents Who Are Overweight (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adults Who Are Obese (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents Who Are Obese (percentage)
  Alcohol Use
    Bullet Point Binge Drinking Among Adults (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents Who Reported Using Alcohol at Least Once in the Past 30 Days (percentage)
  Exercise and Physical Activity
    Bullet Point Adults That Participate in Recommended Levels of Physical Activity (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents That Participate in Recommended Levels of Physical Activity (percentage)
  Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
    Bullet Point Adults Who Consume Fruits and Vegetables 5 or More Times Per Day (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adolescents Who Consume Fruits and Vegetables 5 or More Times Per Day (percentage)
  Risk of Morbidity and Mortality Due to Heart Disease
    Bullet Point Adults Who Were Tested and Diagnosed With High Blood Cholesterol (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adults Who Have Hypertension (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adults Who Have Diabetes (percentage)
    Bullet Point Age Adjusted Mortality Rate for Heart Disease (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Age Adjusted Mortality Rate for Cerebrovascular Disease (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Age Adjusted Mortality Rate for Heart Failure (per 100,000)
  Immunization
    Bullet Point Adults Vaccinated Against Influenza in the Past Year (percentage)
    Bullet Point Young Children Who Are Fully Immunized (4:3:1:3:3 series) (percentage)
  Sexual Behaviors/STD/Teen Pregnancy
    Bullet Point Rate of Birth Among Teenagers Age 15 Through 17 Years (per 1000)
  Health Screening for Chronic and Infectious Diseases
    Bullet Point Adults, 50 Years and Older, Who Reported They Had a Colonoscopy (percentage)
    Bullet Point Adult Women Who Reported They Had a Papanicolaou (PAP) Smear Test (percentage)
    Bullet Point Women, 40 Years and Older, Who Reported They Had a Mammogram (percentage)
  Maternal and Child Health
    Bullet Point Babies in the WIC Program Who Are Breast-Fed Exclusively at the Age of 3 Months (percentage)
    Bullet Point Medicaid Eligible Children Who Received Any Dental Services During a Year (percentage)
    Bullet Point Infant Mortality Rate (per 1000)
    Bullet Point Pregnant Women Who Receive Prenatal Care in the First Trimester of Pregnancy (percentage)
  Injury and Violence
    Bullet Point Age Adjusted Mortality Rate for Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Suicide Death Rate (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Trauma Patients Transferred From the Emergency Department to Another Acute Care Facility Within 6 Hours (percentage)
    Bullet Point Patients With Suspected Traumatic Brain Injury Transferred to a Level 1 or 2 Trauma Center for Treatment (percentage)
  Disability
    Bullet Point Adults Who are Limited in Any Activities Because of Physical, Mental, or Emotional Problems (percentage)
  General Health
    Bullet Point Years of Potential Life Lost
    Bullet Point Adults Who Reported That in General Their Health Is (percentage):
      Bullet Point     Excellent
      Bullet Point     Very Good
      Bullet Point     Good
      Bullet Point     Fair
      Bullet Point     Poor
    Bullet Point Adults Who Reported That During the Past 30 Days Their Mental Health Was Not Good For (percentage):
      Bullet Point     0 Days
      Bullet Point     1-4 Days
      Bullet Point     5-13 Days
      Bullet Point     14-29 Days
      Bullet Point     30 Days
  Oral Health
    Bullet Point Adults Who Visited a Dentist or a Dental Clinic for Any Reason (percentage):
      Bullet Point     Within Past Year
      Bullet Point     Within Past 2 Years
      Bullet Point     Within Past 5 Years
      Bullet Point     Five or More Years Ago
      Bullet Point     Never
    Bullet Point Adults Who Had Their Teeth Cleaned By a Dentist or Dental Hygienist (percentage):
      Bullet Point     Within Past YearAdults Who Had Their Teeth Cleaned
      Bullet Point     Within Past Two Years
      Bullet Point     Within Past Five Years
      Bullet Point     Five or More Years AgoAdults Who Had Their Teeth Cleaned
      Bullet Point     NeverAdults Who Had Their Teeth Cleaned
Quality And Efficiency
  Adult Immunization
    Bullet Point Persons, Age 65 and Over, Who Received an Influenza Vaccination in the Past 12 Months (percentage)
    Bullet Point Long-Stay Residents Vaccinated For the Influenza Season (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons, Age 65 and Over, Who Have Ever Received a Pneumococcal Vaccination (percentage)
    Bullet Point Long-Stay Residents Who Were Assessed and Given Pneumococcal Vaccination (percentage)
  Respiratory Health
    Bullet Point Asthma Admissions for Children
  Heart Disease and Stroke
    Bullet Point Adult Admissions for Congestive Heart Failure (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Heart Attack Patients Administered Aspirin Within 24 Hours of Hospital Admission (percentage)
    Bullet Point Heart Attack Patients Who Received Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Within 90 Minutes of Hospital Arrival (percentage)
  Diabetes
    Bullet Point Adult Admissions for Diabetes With Complications (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Adult Admissions for Diabetes Without Complications (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Age-Adjusted Rate of Adults With Diabetes Who Had a Foot Examination in the Past Year (percentage)
    Bullet Point Age-Adjusted Rate of Adults With Diabetes Who Had a Hemoglobin A1C Measurement at Least Twice in the Past Year (percentage)
  Mental Health
    Bullet Point Long-stay Nursing Home Residents Who are More Depressed or Anxious (percentage)
    Bullet Point Persons With a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness That Are Competitively Employed (percentage)
    Bullet Point Youth With a Serious Emotional Disturbance Attending School Regularly (percentage)
  Injury and Violence
    Bullet Point Surgery Patients Whose Preventative Antibiotics are Stopped Within 24 Hours After Surgery (percentage)
    Bullet Point Surgery Patients Whose Doctors Ordered Treatments to Prevent Blood Clots For Certain Types of Surgeries (percentage)
    Bullet Point High-risk, Long-stay Nursing Home Residents Who Have Pressure Sores (percentage)
  Cancer
    Bullet Point Female Breast Cancer Cases That Are In Situ at the Time of Diagnoses (percentage)
    Bullet Point Age-Adjusted Rate of Invasive Colorectal Cancer (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Age-Adjusted Rate of Invasive Lung and Bronchus Cancer (per 100,000)
    Bullet Point Age-Adjusted Rate of Invasive Prostate Cancer (per 100,000)
  Tobacco
    Bullet Point Adult Smokers Who Reported Receiving Advice to Quit Smoking (percentage)
Affordability And Sustainability
  State Health Expenditures
    Bullet Point State Health Care Expenditures in Total $ (Personal Health Care) and Kansas Ranking Compared to Other States (by State of Provider)
    Bullet Point State Health Care Expenditures Per Capita (by State of Provider)
    Bullet Point State Health Care Expenditures As a Percentage of State GDP (by State of Provider)
    Bullet Point State Health Care Expenditures by Type (Service Categories) in $ (by State of Provider)
  Public Spending
    Bullet Point Total Medicaid Expenditures Divided by Source of Funds
    Bullet Point Total SCHIP Expenditures Divided by Source of Funds
    Bullet Point Medicaid Expenditures Per Eligible Member Per Month and Per User Per Month
    Bullet Point SCHIP Expenditures Per Eligible Member Per Month and Per User Per Month
  Private Spending
    Bullet Point Average Premiums Paid by Employer for Health Insurance Plans
      Bullet Point     Individual
      Bullet Point     Individual + 1
      Bullet Point     Family
  Consumer Spending
    Bullet Point Average Employee's Share of Premium for Health Insurance Plans
      Bullet Point     IndividualEmployee's Share of Premium
      Bullet Point     Individual + 1Employee's Share of Premium
      Bullet Point     FamilyEmployee's Share of Premium
    Bullet Point Average Costs of Coinsurance (percentage)
    Bullet Point Average Copays For Physician Office Visits
    Bullet Point Average Deductible For Health Insurance Plans at Private Sector Establishments
      Bullet Point     IndividualAverage Deductible
      Bullet Point     FamilyAverage Deductible
  Other Health Spending
    Bullet Point Safety Net Clinics Proportion of Operating Budget by Source of Funding (percentage)
    Bullet Point Safety Net Clinic Cost Per User Per Calendar Year
    Bullet Point Federal Funding for Public Health From CDC
    Bullet Point Federal Funding for Public Health From HRSA
    Bullet Point State Ranking for Federal Funding From CDC (Per Capita)
    Bullet Point State Ranking for Federal Funding From HRSA (Per Capita)
       
To view the pdf version (last updated on 03/26/2009) select the link below:

DataConsortiumHealthIndicators.pdf