Wisconsin Health Trends: 2014 Progress Report

Wisconsin Health Trends: 2014 Progress Report
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Detailed 2014 Health Trends Assessment Table

This table includes all the information on page 5 in the printed report. In addition it includes a column for the difference (between observed and expected), 90% Confidence Interval values (around the current observed rate), and, where available, Current Observed Values for the best and worst performing states.


Current Observed Rate= Rate or percentage provided for the most current year from the data sources
Expected = Value expected for the current year using a 10-year linear regression model for the previous 10 years
Difference = Observed Value - Expected Value
Percent Difference = (Observed Value - Expected Value)/Expected Value*100
Current Progress = Based on direction and significance of the Percent Difference value (see page 3 of report or FAQs for cut-off values)
Best State Value = Value of the state performing the best on the measure for the current year (followed by state abbreviation)
Worst State Value = Value of the state performing the worst on the measure for the current year (followed by state abbreviation)
Baseline Trend = (e^b - 1)*100 where e=exponential function and b=slope of the logarithmic trend-line
Trend Progress = Based on magnitude of the baseline trend (see page 3 of report or FAQs for cut-off values)
Data come from source listed in the 2013 Progress Report (page 13) unless otherwise noted.
¹Data from 2012 CDC Wonder Data. Wisconsin values (for direct comparison): All ages death rate (707.8), Infant death rate (5.7), 1-24 year old death rate (34.3), 25-64 year old death rate (284.1), 65+ year old death rate (4276.1)
²Data from CDC National Vital Statistics Report, Volume 62, Number 1, http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr62/nvsr62_09.pdf Wisconsin: 21.9
ˆData are from the Child & Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative's 2011/2012 National Survey of Children's Health. Childhealthdata.org. Wisconsin value for comparison: 4.6
˚Data are from the Census Bureau's Current Population Survey for 2013 as published by the Kaiser Family Foundation State Health Facts at kff.org (WI: 14.0%)

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Health Disparity Graphs

Where available, the most current year of data and the baseline trend are presented graphically by gender, race/ethnicity, geography, and socioeconomic status.

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