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County: Broome

Health / Access to Health Services

Value
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County: Broome

Health / Access to Health Services

Value
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County: Broome Adults with Health Insurance

Current Value:
94.4%
(2017)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 88.2%, green cutoff 91.6%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 39 New York counties.
88.7%
NY Value
(88.7%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
84.3%
US Value
(84.3%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome Adults with Health Insurance: 18-64

Current Value:
94.7%
(2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 92.8%, green cutoff 93.8%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 39 New York counties.
Red cutoff 84.8%, green cutoff 89.7%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 820 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
91.5%
NY Value
(91.5%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
88.0%
US Value
(88.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (94.7) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (92.8)
Prior Value
(92.8%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
Prevention Agenda 2013-2018
(100.0%)
<div>The New York State Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 objective is to increase the proportion of adults with health insurance to 100%.</div>
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(100.0%)
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County: Broome Children with Health Insurance

Current Value:
100.0%
(2017)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 96.5%, green cutoff 97.9%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 39 New York counties.
97.3%
NY Value
(97.3%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
95.9%
US Value
(95.9%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
100.0% (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(100.0%)
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County: Broome Children with Health Insurance: 0-17

Current Value:
98.4%
(2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 96.6%, green cutoff 97.8%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 39 New York counties.
Red cutoff 94.3%, green cutoff 96.6%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 820 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
97.6%
NY Value
(97.6%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
95.5%
US Value
(95.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (98.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (95.4)
Prior Value
(95.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
Prevention Agenda 2013-2018
(100.0%)
<div>The New York State Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 objective is to increase the proportion of children with health insurance to 100%.</div>
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
100.0% (Target Not Met)
HP 2020 Target
(100.0%)
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County: Broome Persons with Private Health Insurance Only

Current Value:
52.3%
(2017)
Compared to:
54.7%
NY Value
(54.7%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
55.8%
US Value
(55.8%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (52.3) is less than the previously measured value (53.3)
Prior Value
(53.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Persons with Public Health Insurance Only

Current Value:
25.6%
(2017)
Compared to:
27.4%
NY Value
(27.4%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
23.6%
US Value
(23.6%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (25.6) is less than the previously measured value (28.1)
Prior Value
(28.1%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
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County: Broome Preventable Hospital Stays: Medicare Population

Current Value:
47.2
Discharges per 1,000 Medicare enrollees
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 61.7, green cutoff 54.4
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 68.3, green cutoff 54.1
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,022 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
46.8
NY Value
(46.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
49.4
US Value
(49.4)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (47.2) is less than the previously measured value (49.1)
Prior Value
(49.1)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome

Health / Cancer

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County: Broome

Health / Cancer

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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Colorectal Cancer

Current Value:
14.0
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 16.2, green cutoff 14.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
Red cutoff 18.7, green cutoff 15.8
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,174 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
13.8
NY Value
(13.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
14.5
US Value
(14.5)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (14.0) is less than the previously measured value (14.1)
Prior Value
(14.1)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
14.5 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(14.5)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Lung Cancer

Current Value:
40.9
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 52.1, green cutoff 47.9
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 59.0, green cutoff 50.4
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,799 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
38.9
NY Value
(38.9)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
43.4
US Value
(43.4)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (40.9) is less than the previously measured value (41.8)
Prior Value
(41.8)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
45.5 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(45.5)
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County: Broome Breast Cancer Incidence Rate

Current Value:
138.2
Cases per 100,000 females
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 140.4, green cutoff 130.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 130.9, green cutoff 119.0
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,710 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
131.3
NY Value
(131.3)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
124.7
US Value
(124.7)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (138.2) is greater than the previously measured value (132.7)
Prior Value
(132.7)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Cancer: Medicare Population

Current Value:
8.6%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 8.7%, green cutoff 8.0%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 7.9%, green cutoff 7.1%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,096 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
8.7%
NY Value
(8.7%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
7.8%
US Value
(7.8%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (8.6) is greater than the previously measured value (8.4)
Prior Value
(8.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Colorectal Cancer Incidence Rate

Current Value:
36.9
Cases per 100,000 population
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 42.9, green cutoff 41.2
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 48.1, green cutoff 41.9
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,635 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
39.8
NY Value
(39.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
39.2
US Value
(39.2)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (36.9) is less than the previously measured value (38.7)
Prior Value
(38.7)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
39.9 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(39.9)
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County: Broome Lung and Bronchus Cancer Incidence Rate

Current Value:
63.8
Cases per 100,000 population
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 78.7, green cutoff 72.8
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 78.4, green cutoff 68.2
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,707 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
60.2
NY Value
(60.2)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
60.2
US Value
(60.2)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (63.8) is greater than the previously measured value (61.6)
Prior Value
(61.6)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Oral Cavity and Pharynx Cancer Incidence Rate

Current Value:
12.7
Cases per 100,000 population
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 13.3, green cutoff 11.8
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 14.5, green cutoff 12.6
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,222 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
10.8
NY Value
(10.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
11.6
US Value
(11.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (12.7) is greater than the previously measured value (12.6)
Prior Value
(12.6)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Prostate Cancer Incidence Rate

Current Value:
104.3
Cases per 100,000 males
(2011-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 130.8, green cutoff 120.5
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 120.5, green cutoff 102.8
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,677 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
131.7
NY Value
(131.7)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
109.0
US Value
(109.0)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (104.3) is less than the previously measured value (119.7)
Prior Value
(119.7)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome

Health / Diabetes

Value
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County: Broome

Health / Diabetes

Value
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Diabetes

Current Value:
20.6
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 22.7, green cutoff 18.3
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 58 New York counties.
Red cutoff 31.5, green cutoff 24.4
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 1,818 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
17.1
NY Value
(17.1)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
21.1
US Value
(21.1)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (20.6) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (21.7)
Prior Value
(21.7)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Diabetes

Current Value:
23.3
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 25.3, green cutoff 21.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
24.7
NY Value
(24.7)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Long-Term Complications of Diabetes

7.7
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 7.9, green cutoff 6.6
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
6.7
NY Value
(6.7)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Short-Term Complications of Diabetes

6.1
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 7.2, green cutoff 5.5
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
6.0
NY Value
(6.0)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Uncontrolled Diabetes

2.7
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 4.5, green cutoff 3.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 60 New York counties.
3.3
NY Value
(3.3)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Diabetes

18.7
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 18.2, green cutoff 14.6
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
19.0
NY Value
(19.0)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Long-Term Complications of Diabetes

9.0
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 8.5, green cutoff 7.4
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
10.3
NY Value
(10.3)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Short-Term Complications of Diabetes

8.0
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 7.8, green cutoff 6.0
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
6.6
NY Value
(6.6)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Uncontrolled Diabetes

1.4
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 1.6, green cutoff 1.2
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 51 New York counties.
1.9
NY Value
(1.9)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Diabetes: Medicare Population

Current Value:
24.8%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 27.9%, green cutoff 25.9%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 29.3%, green cutoff 26.3%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,126 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
31.0%
NY Value
(31.0%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
26.5%
US Value
(26.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (24.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (24.8)
Prior Value
(24.8%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Diabetic Monitoring: Medicare Population

Current Value:
87.2%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 85.5%, green cutoff 87.2%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 83.3%, green cutoff 86.5%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,088 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
86.3%
NY Value
(86.3%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
85.7%
US Value
(85.7%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (87.2) is greater than the previously measured value (86.8)
Prior Value
(86.8%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
This comparison measures the indicator’s values over multiple time periods. The Mann-Kendall Test for Statistical Significance is used to evaluate the trend over 4 to 10 periods of measure, subject to data availability and comparability.
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County: Broome

Health / Disabilities

Value
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County: Broome

Health / Disabilities

Value
Compared to:

County: Broome Persons with a Cognitive Difficulty (5-year)

Current Value:
6.4%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
4.4%
NY Value
(4.4%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
5.0%
US Value
(5.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome Persons with a Disability

Current Value:

County: Broome Persons with a Disability

16.2%
(2016)
Compared to:
11.5%
NY Value
(11.5%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
12.8%
US Value
(12.8%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (16.2) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (16.0)
Prior Value
(16.0%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Persons with a Disability (5-year)

Current Value:
15.1%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
11.2%
NY Value
(11.2%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
12.5%
US Value
(12.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (15.1) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (14.4)
Prior Value
(14.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Persons with a Hearing Difficulty (5-year)

Current Value:
4.0%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
2.8%
NY Value
(2.8%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
3.5%
US Value
(3.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome Persons with a Self-Care Difficulty (5-year)

Current Value:
2.9%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
2.6%
NY Value
(2.6%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
2.7%
US Value
(2.7%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome Persons with a Vision Difficulty (5-year)

Current Value:
2.2%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
2.0%
NY Value
(2.0%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
2.3%
US Value
(2.3%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome Persons with an Ambulatory Difficulty (5-year)

Current Value:
7.7%
(2012-2016)
Compared to:
6.6%
NY Value
(6.6%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
7.0%
US Value
(7.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
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County: Broome

Health / Heart Disease & Stroke

Value
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County: Broome

Health / Heart Disease & Stroke

Value
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke)

27.8
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 32.8, green cutoff 30.7
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
Red cutoff 48.4, green cutoff 40.3
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,312 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
25.9
NY Value
(25.9)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
37.2
US Value
(37.2)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (27.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (29.4)
Prior Value
(29.4)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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34.8 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(34.8)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Coronary Heart Disease

101.5
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 127.6, green cutoff 110.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 130.2, green cutoff 104.0
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 2,845 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
123.2
NY Value
(123.2)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
96.8
US Value
(96.8)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (101.5) is less than the previously measured value (118.3)
Prior Value
(118.3)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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103.4 (Target Met)
HP 2020 Target
(103.4)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Heart Failure

Current Value:
7.8
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 9.1, green cutoff 6.9
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
4.8
NY Value
(4.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Hypertension

Current Value:
26.5
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 26.6, green cutoff 21.3
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
28.4
NY Value
(28.4)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Heart Failure

36.0
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 33.4, green cutoff 28.5
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
32.8
NY Value
(32.8)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Hypertension

3.6
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 3.8, green cutoff 2.4
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 59 New York counties.
5.0
NY Value
(5.0)
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County: Broome Atrial Fibrillation: Medicare Population

Current Value:
8.2%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 9.3%, green cutoff 8.8%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 8.7%, green cutoff 7.8%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,096 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
8.5%
NY Value
(8.5%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
8.1%
US Value
(8.1%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (8.2) is greater than the previously measured value (7.7)
Prior Value
(7.7%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Heart Failure: Medicare Population

Current Value:
12.4%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 14.9%, green cutoff 13.2%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 15.8%, green cutoff 13.6%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,112 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
15.1%
NY Value
(15.1%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
13.5%
US Value
(13.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (12.4) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (12.4)
Prior Value
(12.4%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Hyperlipidemia: Medicare Population

Current Value:
46.1%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 50.1%, green cutoff 46.4%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 47.5%, green cutoff 42.2%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,127 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
48.0%
NY Value
(48.0%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
44.6%
US Value
(44.6%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (46.1) is less than the previously measured value (46.3)
Prior Value
(46.3%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Hypertension: Medicare Population

Current Value:
53.8%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 56.0%, green cutoff 54.1%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 60.5%, green cutoff 55.9%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,130 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
55.2%
NY Value
(55.2%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
55.0%
US Value
(55.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (53.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (53.8)
Prior Value
(53.8%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Ischemic Heart Disease: Medicare Population

Current Value:
23.1%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 28.2%, green cutoff 26.0%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 29.9%, green cutoff 26.2%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,127 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
30.1%
NY Value
(30.1%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
26.5%
US Value
(26.5%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (23.1) is less than the previously measured value (23.7)
Prior Value
(23.7%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Stroke: Medicare Population

Current Value:
3.1%
(2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 4.2%, green cutoff 3.7%
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
Red cutoff 4.3%, green cutoff 3.6%
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 3,023 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
4.1%
NY Value
(4.1%)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
4.0%
US Value
(4.0%)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (3.1) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (3.1)
Prior Value
(3.1%)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, not significantly
Trend
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County: Broome

Health / Immunizations & Infectious Diseases

Value
Compared to:

County: Broome

Health / Immunizations & Infectious Diseases

Value
Compared to:

County: Broome Age-Adjusted Death Rate due to Influenza and Pneumonia

15.8
Deaths per 100,000 population
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 20.3, green cutoff 18.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 56 New York counties.
Red cutoff 21.2, green cutoff 16.2
U.S. Counties
The distribution is based on data from 1,458 U.S. counties and county equivalents.
19.3
NY Value
(19.3)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
14.6
US Value
(14.6)
The regional value is compared to the national value.
This value (15.8) is not statistically different from the previously measured value (17.0)
Prior Value
(17.0)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is decreasing, significantly
Trend
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Bacterial Pneumonia

Current Value:
15.8
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 27.9, green cutoff 18.7
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
15.8
NY Value
(15.8)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Hepatitis

Current Value:
1.1
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 0.9, green cutoff 0.6
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 36 New York counties.
0.5
NY Value
(0.5)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Immunization-Preventable Pneumonia and Influenza

10.3
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 12.7, green cutoff 9.2
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
8.2
NY Value
(8.2)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Community Acquired Pneumonia

23.7
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 25.4, green cutoff 21.6
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
18.1
NY Value
(18.1)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Hepatitis

2.3
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 1.6, green cutoff 1.4
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 51 New York counties.
1.6
NY Value
(1.6)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted Hospitalization Rate due to Immunization-Preventable Pneumonia and Influenza

3.0
Hospitalizations per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 2.8, green cutoff 2.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 59 New York counties.
2.2
NY Value
(2.2)
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County: Broome Chlamydia Incidence Rate

Current Value:

County: Broome Chlamydia Incidence Rate

343.6
Cases per 100,000 population
(2013-2015)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 378.8, green cutoff 302.3
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
503.2
NY Value
(503.2)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
458.2
US Value
(458.2)
The regional value is compared to the national value. The source for the national value is National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention.
This value (343.6) is less than the previously measured value (354.8)
Prior Value
(354.8)
Prior Value compares a measured value with the previously measured value. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the comparison.
The trend is increasing significantly
Trend
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County: Broome

Health / Mental Health & Mental Disorders

Value
Compared to:

County: Broome

Health / Mental Health & Mental Disorders

Value
Compared to:

County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Adolescent Suicide and Intentional Self-inflicted Injury

80.8
ER visits per 10,000 population aged 12-17
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 92.6, green cutoff 63.3
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 61 New York counties.
48.2
NY Value
(48.2)
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County: Broome Age-Adjusted ER Rate due to Mental Health

Current Value:
150.6
ER visits per 10,000 population 18+ years
(2014-2016)
Compared to:
Red cutoff 122.0, green cutoff 103.1
NY Counties
The distribution is based on data from 62 New York counties.
108.9
NY Value
(108.9)
The regional value is compared to the New York State value.
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