Age-Adjusted Rate of Adults With Diabetes

Who Had a Hemoglobin A1C Measurement

At Least Twice in the Past Year


Age-Adjusted Rate of Adults With Diabetes Who Had a Hemoglobin A1C Measurement At Least Twice in the Past Year

Year Kansas Rate US Rate Iowa Rate
2000 64.1% 65.9% 66.9%
2001 66.8% 64.5% 72.0%
2002 71.7% 68.1% 76.7%
2003 73.0% 65.9% 78.1%
Demographic Group: Respondents aged >= 18 years.
Data Source: CDC – Diabetes Data & Trends
http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/ddtstrs/
Numerator: Respondents aged >=18 years ever told by a doctor or health professional that they have diabetes (excluding women who were told only when pregnant) who report having had a hemoglobin a1c measurement at least twice within the previous year.
Denominator: Respondents aged >=18 years ever told by a doctor or health professional that they have diabetes (excluding women who were told only when pregnant, refusals, and unknowns).
Unit: percentage
Notes: -
Change Log: 3/26/2009
  • Source citing was removed from the chart image and placed in the footnotes.
  • Iowa state benchmark data was added to the data table and chart (represented in green).

5/28/2009

  • A footer table was created consisting of demographic group, source citing, numerator, denominator, notes, and change log information.