2016 Summary of Diagnostics Among Infants Not Passing Hearing Screening

May 2018

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Data Source: 2016 CDC EHDI Hearing Screening & Follow-up Survey (HSFS) (www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/hearingloss/ehdi-data.html)

LFU / LTD: Loss to Follow-up / Loss to Documentation

2015 Summary of Diagnostics Among Infants Not Passing Hearing Screening
State / Territory
(n = 56)
Total Screened Total Not Pass Percent Not Pass No Hearing Loss Percent w.  No Hearing Loss Hearing Loss Percent w. Hearing Loss Prevalence per 1,000 screened No Documented Diagnosis: LFU/LTD
Parents/ Family Contacted but Unresponsive Unable to Contact Unknown Overall Number LFU/LTD: Due to Contacted but Unresponsive + Unable to Contact + Unknown Overall Percent LFU/LTD1: Due to Contacted but Unresponsive + Unable to Contact + Unknown Percent LFU/LTD2: Due to Unable to Contact and Unknown Percent Unresponsive3: Due to Parents/ Family Contacted but Unresponsive
Alabama 49,349 2385 4.8 380 15.9 114 4.8 2.3 0 9 341 350 14.7 14.7 0.0
Alaska* 10,699 135 1.3 61 45.2 19 14.1 1.8 23 1 14 38 28.1 11.1 17.0
American Samoa* 1,002 88 8.8 21 23.9 2 2.3 2.0 19 27 0 46 52.3 30.7 21.6
Arizona* 84,555 865 1.0 267 30.9 203 23.5 2.4 72 40 200 312 36.1 27.7 8.3
Arkansas* 36,379 429 1.2 39 9.1 43 10.0 1.2 140 83 26 249 58.0 25.4 32.6
California 479,435 2872 0.6 1037 36.1 1023 35.6 2.1 0 104 71 175 6.1 6.1 0.0
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands* 1,199 32 2.7 1 3.1 2 6.3 1.7 0 4 0 4 12.5 12.5 0.0
Connecticut 37,136 480 1.3 317 66.0 82 17.1 2.2 0 0 65 65 13.5 13.5 0.0
Delaware* 11,067 162 1.5 26 16.0 17 10.5 1.5 119 0 0 119 73.5 0.0 73.5
District of Columbia 13,078 601 4.6 44 7.3 9 1.5 0.7 0 12 525 537 89.4 89.4 0.0
Florida* 218,376 9341 4.3 8048 86.2 287 3.1 1.3 233 295 149 677 7.2 4.8 2.5
Georgia* 126,383 1541 1.2 608 39.5 217 14.1 1.7 231 98 217 546 35.4 20.4 15.0
Guam* 2,983 77 2.6 9 11.7 3 3.9 1.0 30 1 0 31 40.3 1.3 39.0
Hawaii* 17,841 165 0.9 55 33.3 71 43.0 4.0 10 6 3 19 11.5 5.5 6.1
Idaho* 21,844 476 2.2 268 56.3 31 6.5 1.4 77 60 15 152 31.9 15.8 16.2
Illinois 148,242 1648 1.1 674 40.9 304 18.4 2.1 160 118 284 562 34.1 24.4 9.7
Indiana* 77,707 2869 3.7 2052 71.5 119 4.1 1.5 226 81 85 392 13.7 5.8 7.9
Iowa* 38,557 498 1.3 228 45.8 73 14.7 1.9 66 5 0 71 14.3 1.0 13.3
Kansas* 38,902 797 2.0 609 76.4 69 8.7 1.8 44 13 5 62 7.8 2.3 5.5
Kentucky* 52,170 1428 2.7 1042 73.0 99 6.9 1.9 209 9 0 218 15.3 0.6 14.6
Louisiana 62,467 2963 4.7 2071 69.9 90 3.0 1.4 239 52 248 539 18.2 10.1 8.1
Maine* 12,192 151 1.2 103 68.2 13 8.6 1.1 18 1 0 19 12.6 0.7 11.9
Marshall Islands* 988 30 3.0 11 36.7 11 36.7 11.1 0 0 1 1 3.3 3.3 0.0
Maryland* 69,279 1015 1.5 724 71.3 92 9.1 1.3 66 28 0 94 9.3 2.8 6.5
Massachusetts 71,364 1327 1.9 993 74.8 175 13.2 2.5 12 15 18 45 3.4 2.5 0.9
Michigan* 110,698 1248 1.1 392 31.4 175 14.0 1.6 230 362 0 592 47.4 29.0 18.4
Micronesia 1,612 88 5.5 0 0.0 1 1.1 0.6 0 0 87 87 98.9 98.9 0.0
Mississippi 36,299 627 1.7 324 51.7 44 7.0 1.2 45 0 0 45 7.2 0.0 7.2
Missouri 74,350 1151 1.5 624 54.2 100 8.7 1.3 318 26 0 344 29.9 2.3 27.6
Montana* 12,053 301 2.5 44 14.6 21 7.0 1.7 129 44 33 206 68.4 25.6 42.9
Nebraska* 26,949 199 0.7 88 44.2 62 31.2 2.3 22 1 0 23 11.6 0.5 11.1
Nevada 34,645 495 1.4 220 44.4 49 9.9 1.4 38 92 52 182 36.8 29.1 7.7
New Hampshire* 11,985 399 3.3 273 68.4 20 5.0 1.7 21 0 56 77 19.3 14.0 5.3
New Jersey* 99,788 717 0.7 248 34.6 140 19.5 1.4 190 46 37 273 38.1 11.6 26.5
New Mexico* 22,662 372 1.6 183 49.2 43 11.6 1.9 55 0 39 94 25.3 10.5 14.8
New York 228,058 2629 1.2 665 25.3 322 12.2 1.4 8 3 1221 1,232 46.9 46.6 0.3
North Carolina* 121,978 912 0.7 222 24.3 217 23.8 1.8 50 164 100 314 34.4 28.9 5.5
North Dakota* 12,853 314 2.4 62 19.7 13 4.1 1.0 98 30 21 149 47.5 16.2 31.2
Ohio 135,504 3857 2.8 2502 64.9 202 5.2 1.5 723 76 102 901 23.4 4.6 18.7
Oklahoma* 50,700 732 1.4 0 0.0 102 13.9 2.0 20 0 360 380 51.9 49.2 2.7
Oregon* 44,945 1289 2.9 999 77.5 111 8.6 2.5 53 32 25 110 8.5 4.4 4.1
Palau* 212 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Pennsylvania* 132,996 1166 0.9 517 44.3 165 14.2 1.2 228 52 124 404 34.6 15.1 19.6
Puerto Rico* 26,742 758 2.8 407 53.7 27 3.6 1.0 64 175 55 294 38.8 30.3 8.4
Rhode Island* 10,478 306 2.9 137 0.0 38 0.0 3.6 49 19 0 68 0.0 0.0 0.0
South Carolina 52,427 950 1.8 336 35.4 113 11.9 2.2 55 34 314 403 42.4 36.6 5.8
South Dakota 12,719 254 2.0 22 8.7 30 11.8 2.4 4 29 141 174 68.5 66.9 1.6
Tennessee* 85,440 4316 5.1 3315 76.8 136 3.2 1.6 0 144 489 633 14.7 14.7 0.0
Texas 391,173 5479 1.4 1348 24.6 437 8.0 1.1 0 110 2754 2,864 52.3 52.3 0.0
Utah* 51,109 449 0.9 250 55.7 105 23.4 2.1 56 9 0 65 14.5 2.0 12.5
Vermont* 5,529 21 0.4 10 47.6 8 38.1 1.4 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Virginia 99,477 1383 1.4 752 54.4 152 11.0 1.5 28 18 342 388 28.1 26.0 2.0
Washington* 87,988 1061 1.2 431 40.6 187 17.6 2.1 172 139 0 311 29.3 13.1 16.2
West Virginia* 19,331 624 3.2 96 15.4 4 0.6 0.2 0 0 520 520 83.3 83.3 0.0
Wisconsin* 65,310 639 1.0 323 50.5 125 19.6 1.9 56 8 0 64 10.0 1.3 8.8
Wyoming* 6,580 45 0.7 20 44.4 20 44.4 3.0 2 0 0 2 4.4 0.0 4.4
Totals 3,755,784 65,156 1.7 34,498 52.9 6,337 9.7 1.7 4,708 2,675 9,139 16,522 25.4 18.1 7.2

Note:

*Jurisdiction reported using revised “Parents/Family Contacted but Unresponsive” definition.

Formulas

Percent Not Pass: (# Total Not Pass / # Total Screened) * 100

Percent w. No Hearing Loss: (# No Hearing Loss / # Total Not Pass) * 100

Percent with Hearing Loss: (# Hearing Loss / # Total Not Pass) * 100

Prevalence per 1,000 screened: (# Hearing Loss / # Total Screened) * 1,000

Overall Percent LFU / LTD1: ((# Contacted but Unresponsive + #Unable to Contact + # Unknown) / # Total Not Pass) * 100

Percent LFU / LTD2: ((# Unable to Contact + # Unknown) / # Total Not Pass) * 100

Percent Unresponsive3: (# Contacted but Unresponsive / # Total Not Pass) * 100

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