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California Health Care Chartbook: Section 2: Health Status & Preventive Care, Access to Care, and Use of Services

California Health Care Chartbook: Key Data and Trends

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Section 2: Health Status, Health Risks, and Use of Health Services

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The following exhibits can be found in the above PDF.

Health Status
Exhibit 2.1aSelf-Reported Health Status Among Adults, California and the United States, 1995 and 2002Exhibit 2.1bFair or Poor Self-Reported Health Status Among Adults, by Race/Ethnicity, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 2.2aAge-Adjusted Mortality Rate, California and the United States, 1979-1999Exhibit 2.2bInfant Mortality Rate, California and the United States, 1990-2001Exhibit 2.3The Top Ten Leading Causes of Death, California and the United States, 2000Exhibit 2.4Percentage of Adults Ever Diagnosed with High Blood Pressure, by Race/Ethnicity, California and the United States, 2001Exhibit 2.5Estimated Distribution of New Cancer Cases by Site, California and the United States, 2003Exhibit 2.6Percentage of Adults Who Have Been Diagnosed with Diabetes, California and the United States, 1990-2002Exhibit 2.7aNew AIDS Cases per 100,000 Population, California and the United States, 1994-2001Exhibit 2.7bNew AIDS Cases per 100,000 Population, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity, California and the United States, 2001/2000Exhibit 2.8aPercentage of Adults Who Are Current Smokers, California and the United States, 1992 and 2002Exhibit 2.8bPercentage of Males and Females Who Are Current Smokers, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 2.9aPercentage of Adults Who Are Overweight or Obese, California and the United States, 1992 and 2002Exhibit 2.9bPercentage of Adults Lacking Regular and Sustained Physical Activity, by Race/Ethnicity, California and the United States, 2000
Preventive Care, Access to Care, and Use of Services

Exhibit 2.10aPercent of Live Births Where Mothers Received Early Prenatal Care, California and the United States, 1990-2001Exhibit 2.10bBirths of Low Birthweight Babies, California and the United States, 1990-2001Exhibit 2.10cPercent of Children, Ages 19-35 Months, Who Have Up-to-Date Immunizations, California and the United States, 1995 and 2002Exhibit 2.11aPercentage of Women 40 and Older Who Have Not Had a Mammogram in the Last Two Years, California and the United States, 1990 and 2002Exhibit 2.11bPercentage of Adult Women Who Have Not Had a Pap Smear Within the Last Three Years, California and the United States, 1992-2002Exhibit 2.12aPercentage of Adults Who Have Not Had Their Cholesterol Checked in the Past Five Years, California and the United States, 1993 and 2001Exhibit 2.12bPercentage of Adults Ages 50 and Older Who Have Had a Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy Exam in the Past 10 Years, California and the United States, 2001Exhibit 2.13aUsual Source of Care by Insurance Type, Ages 18-64, California, 2001Exhibit 2.13bUsual Source of Care by Insurance Type, Ages 0-17, California, 2001Exhibit 2.13cPercentage of Adults Who Did Not Visit a Doctor at Least Once in the Past Year Because of the Cost, California and the United States, 1995 and 2000

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