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Errata: Vol. 58, No. 14

In the report "Chlamydia Screening Among Sexually Active Young Female Enrollees of Health Plans --- United States, 2000--2007," errors occurred in the 2005 and 2006 data presented in the table on page 364 and in the percentage change reported for Colorado. The corrected table follows. In addition, the fifth sentence in the paragraph before "Reported by" on page 363 should read, "Screening decreased in several states from 2006 to 2007."

TABLE. Percentage of sexually active female enrollees aged 16--25 years* who were screened for Chlamydia trachomatis infection, by region, state, and year --- Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set, United States, 2000--2007

Region/State

No. of health plans reporting in 2007

No. of sexually active enrollees in 2007§

Year

% change from 2000--2007

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

United States

583

2,809,100

25.3

26.7

29.8

35.5

38.3

41.7

43.6

41.6

64.4

Midwest

158

567,400

23.0

24.5

28.1

32.3

34.1

36.8

38.3

38.5

67.4

Iowa

8

16,700

20.1

20.2

---

---

---

---

29.9

30.8

53.2

Illinois

22

94,700

16.2

15.0

18.8

22.3

25.3

28.4

30.0

28.3

74.7

Indiana

17

40,500

19.0

19.9

22.2

28.0

30.4

35.0

36.6

36.4

91.6

Kansas

14

37,600

17.3

16.5

22.7

22.6

24.2

30.0

30.3

32.2

86.1

Michigan

24

92,600

30.6

29.3

33.4

38.9

40.6

43.6

45.1

46.4

51.6

Minnesota

17

70,400

19.1

21.5

26.4

29.2

29.8

36.2

40.2

43.1

125.7

Missouri

14

26,600

---

46.1

45.2

50.6

51.7

49.7

48.6

45.7

---

Ohio

21

129,400

25.7

30.1

35.0

35.8

36.0

33.8

34.8

38.7

50.6

Wisconsin

21

58,900

32.6

33.4

29.8

33.0

35.4

35.6

40.4

41.3

26.7

Northeast

116

711,500

22.5

23.6

27.6

34.3

36.5

40.9

43.4

45.5

102.2

Connecticut

15

58,200

23.1

27.1

32.6

37.6

39.7

42.6

45.8

47.3

104.8

Massachusetts

17

102,600

20.9

25.9

34.3

40.0

44.5

47.1

50.8

53.4

155.5

Maine

7

31,800

27.6

25.2

28.6

37.3

---

43.3

46.0

48.1

74.3

New Hampshire

5

12,400

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

45.9

---

New Jersey

18

118,900

15.2

16.2

16.6

26.4

31.9

36.0

38.6

40.6

167.1

New York

33

223,800

26.4

27.8

31.4

38.3

40.0

44.5

47.4

47.8

81.1

Pennsylvania

21

163,700

19.7

18.9

24.3

29.7

30.4

35.6

38.0

39.8

102.0

South

173

803,900

25.1

25.8

26.9

33.1

35.6

40.0

41.2

37.3

48.6

Alabama

5

5,700

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

23.1

---

Arkansas

6

12,500

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

26.2

---

Delaware

11

23,900

21.1

23.4

29.0

32.1

33.4

36.8

36.1

41.7

97.6

Florida

26

134,500

24.7

20.3

19.3

27.8

29.8

35.4

37.5

38.6

56.3

Georgia

12

79,700

31.1

31.7

34.5

39.8

39.4

40.5

43.3

38.0

22.2

Kentucky

7

23,000

---

---

---

32.9

---

---

---

36.1

---

Louisiana

7

18,400

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

28.5

---

Maryland

19

88,700

36.9

39.8

41.1

44.7

49.2

48.6

50.4

49.1

33.1

North Carolina

8

32,200

20.1

21.8

21.6

---

28.0

31.7

34.6

34.7

72.6

Oklahoma

6

7,100

10.6

13.6

15.4

---

---

---

---

25.3

138.7

South Carolina

5

15,400

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

29.8

---

Tennessee

19

114,000

19.3

---

20.3

---

41.9

47.1

43.1

38.0

96.9

Texas

25

152,600

20.9

18.9

24.7

28.8

32.2

34.3

35.8

34.4

64.6

Virginia

11

89,800

25.2

31.3

30.3

31.5

32.0

38.2

42.2

33.8

34.1

West Virginia

6

6,400

---

---

---

---

---

---

39.0

32.5

---

West

136

726,300

30.8

32.6

35.9

40.4

45.5

47.4

49.2

45.0

46.1

Arizona

12

59,300

23.3

16.5

26.0

34.7

39.2

40.9

42.6

41.4

77.7

California

43

448,800

32.2

35.5

38.7

41.9

47.3

51.0

52.9

48.6

50.9

Colorado

18

45,100

27.6

26.3

29.6

36.5

43.9

44.3

42.3

43.4

57.2

Hawaii

5

8,200

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

57.8

---

Idaho

7

42,100

---

---

---

---

---

28.2

26.7

29.0

---

New Mexico

13

30,100

33.4

32.8

30.5

31.4

32.8

34.9

44.6

46.9

40.4

Nevada

6

9,400

---

31.4

---

42.2

37.4

---

---

50.2

---

Oregon

9

35,500

34.5

38.9

---

---

---

---

44.1

35.8

3.8

Utah

8

7,900

---

13.8

15.1

16.8

19.4

21.2

---

20.8

---

Washington

15

39,900

17.9

31.3

29.7

39.5

40.0

44.3

46.6

36.2

102.2

* 16--26 years during 2000--2002.

States and U.S. Territories not listed in the table had either no health plans or fewer than five health plans that reported chlamydia screening to the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

§ Rounded to 100s.

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Date last reviewed: 6/10/2009

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