Prevalence of Type 1 Diabetes Among People Aged 19 and Younger in the United States
MULTIMEDIA — Volume 15 — November 21, 2018
Figure. Prevalence rate per 10,000 person-years of type 1 diabetes among people aged 19 or younger with private health insurance, by state, 2001–2016. Rates were mapped by quantiles (frequency distribution with equal groups). Rates were highest in Vermont, Hawaii, Maine, Alaska, and Montana. The lowest rates were in California, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Texas, and Louisiana. Data source: Clinformatics Data Mart Database (OptumInsight), Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
|Rate Per Person-Year||States|
|<10.0||California, District of Columbia, Maryland, Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Minnesota, Oregon, Florida|
|10.0–11.2||Virginia, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Washington|
|11.3–12.5||Wisconsin, New York, North Carolina, Illinois, New Jersey, Ohio, Rhode Island, Delaware, Kansas|
|12.6–14.7||Arkansas, Utah, Tennessee, Connecticut, Iowa, Nevada, Idaho, Kentucky, South Carolina|
|14.8–18.0||Massachusetts, Mississippi, Indiana, North Dakota, Michigan, Alabama, Pennsylvania|
|>18.0||West Virginia, New Hampshire, Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana, Alaska, Maine, Hawaii, Vermont|
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