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PA: Rate of Hospitalizations for Short-Term Complications of Diabetes per 10,000 Trending by Age Range and County

This is a chart based on Prevention Agenda 2013 -2017 Tracking Indicators: County Trend Data.

Row numberCounty NamePriority Area NumberPriority AreaFocus Area NumberFocus AreaIndicator NumberIndicatorDisparityEvent Count/RateAverage Number of Denominator/RateMeasure UnitPercentage/Rate/RatioLower Limit of 95% CIUpper Limit of 95% CIData CommentsQuartile2017 ObjectiveObjective RegionData YearsDate Source
1Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo4041686Hospitalization rate3.20 - < 3.41 : Q1 & Q23.06Statewide2008-2010SPARCS data as of November 2013
2New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo28602953045Hospitalization rate3.23.06Statewide2008-2010SPARCS data as of November 2013
3Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo3741533Hospitalization rate30 - < 3.62 : Q1 & Q23.06Statewide2009-2011SPARCS data as of November 2013
4New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo27572929871Hospitalization rate3.13.06Statewide2009-2011SPARCS data as of November 2013
5Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo3641313Hospitalization rate2.90 - < 3.07 : Q1 & Q23.06Statewide2010-2012SPARCS data as of November 2013
6New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa28_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 6-17 yearsNo26492898695Hospitalization rate33.06Statewide2010-2012SPARCS data as of November 2013
7Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo395240043Hospitalization rate5.55.12 - < 6.11 : Q34.86Statewide2008-2010SPARCS data as of November 2013
8New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo2547715084275Hospitalization rate5.64.86Statewide2008-2010SPARCS data as of November 2013
9Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo444242129Hospitalization rate6.15.23 - < 6.57 : Q34.86Statewide2009-2011SPARCS data as of November 2013
10New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo2630715116577Hospitalization rate5.84.86Statewide2009-2011SPARCS data as of November 2013
11Albany2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo450244963Hospitalization rate6.15.74 - < 7.08 : Q34.86Statewide2010-2012SPARCS data as of November 2013
12New York State2Prevent Chronic Diseases3Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in both clinical and community settingspa29_0Rate of hospitalizations for short-term complications of diabetes per 10,000 - Aged 18+ yearsNo2763515179823Hospitalization rate6.14.86Statewide2010-2012SPARCS data as of November 2013

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This chart shows the trend in the rate of hospitalizations for short term complications of diabetes by age range for Albany county. It also shows the 2017 objectives by age range. To view the chart for a different county, create a new chart under the "Visualize" tab. This chart is based on one of three datasets related to the Prevention Agenda Tracking Indicators county level data posted on this site. Each dataset consists of county level data for 68 health tracking indicators and sub-indicators for the Prevention Agenda 2013-2017: New York State’s Health Improvement Plan. A health tracking indicator is a metric through which progress on a certain area of health improvement can be assessed. The indicators are organized by the Priority Area of the Prevention Agenda as well as the Focus Area under each Priority Area. Each dataset includes tracking indicators for the five Priority Areas of the Prevention Agenda 2013-2017. The most recent year dataset includes the most recent county level data for all indicators. The trend dataset includes the most recent county level data and historical data, where available. Each dataset also includes the Prevention Agenda 2017 state targets for the indicators. Sub-indicators are included in these datasets to measure health disparities among socioeconomic groups. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/prevention_agenda/2013-2017/ and https://www.health.ny.gov/PreventionAgendaDashboard, or go to the “About” tab.

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