Mississippi

Mississippi

Overall Rank: 49

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MS Overall - Senior (2013-2015) see more
  • Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national average.

Strengths

  • Low prevalence of chronic drinking
  • Low prevalence of activity-limiting arthritis pain
  • Low ICU use

Challenges

  • High prevalence of smoking
  • High prevalence of physical inactivity
  • High percentage of seniors in poverty

Highlights

  • In the past year, smoking increased 34% from 9.6% to 12.9% of adults aged 65 and older.
  • In the past year, physical inactivity increased 34% from 33.8% to 45.3% of adults aged 65 and older.
  • In the past year, pain management increased 13% from 46.6% to 52.5% of adults aged 65 and older with joint pain.
  • In the past year, hospice care increased 16% from 42.7% to 49.4% of decedents aged 65 and older.
  • In the past year, hip fractures decreased 10% from 8.4 to 7.6 hospitalizations per 1000 Medicare beneficiaries.

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Core Measure Impact

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Core Measures

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Measures Rank Value History Take Action
Able-Bodied 50 54.9 view View Actions
All Determinants - Senior 49 -0.508 view View Actions
All Outcomes - Senior 47 -0.308 view View Actions
Behavior - Seniors 44 -2.736 view View Actions
Chronic Drinking 10 2.4 view View Actions
Clinical Care - Seniors 49 -0.105 view View Actions
Community - Seniors 48 -0.174 view View Actions
Community & Environment - Macro - Seniors 45 -0.089 view View Actions
Community & Environment - Micro - Seniors 49 -0.085 view View Actions
Community Support 50 294.56 view View Actions
Dedicated Health Care Provider 29 93.9 view View Actions
Dental Visit - Seniors 49 50.3 view View Actions
Diabetes Management 38 75.6 view View Actions
Falls 31 29.7 view View Actions
Flu Vaccine 24 62.9 view View Actions
Food Insecurity 48 22.7 view View Actions
Geriatrician Shortfall 47 86.0 view View Actions
Health Screenings 44 82.2 view View Actions
Health Status - Seniors 50 28.4 view View Actions
Hip Fractures - Seniors 45 7.6 view View Actions
Home Health Care - Seniors 40 68.7 view View Actions
Home-Delivered Meals 31 19.2 view View Actions
Hospice Care - Seniors 27 49.4 view View Actions
Hospital Deaths - Seniors 43 25.4 view View Actions
Hospital Readmissions - Seniors 41 15.9 view View Actions
ICU Usage - Seniors 24 12.2 view View Actions
Low-Care Nursing Home Residents 40 16.25 view View Actions
Mental Health Days - Seniors 36 2.5 view View Actions
Nursing Home Quality 33 38.4 view View Actions
Obesity - Seniors 32 28.2 view View Actions
Overall - Senior 49 -0.817 view View Actions
Pain Management - Seniors 2 52.5 view View Actions
Physical Inactivity - Seniors 50 45.3 view View Actions
Policy - Seniors 44 -0.105 view View Actions
Poverty - Seniors 50 14.3 view View Actions
Premature Death - Seniors 50 2444.3 view View Actions
Prescription Drug Coverage-Seniors 26 86.4 view View Actions
Preventable Hospitalizations-Seniors 47 78.5 view View Actions
Recommended Hospital Care-Seniors 49 95 view View Actions
Smoking - Seniors 49 12.9 view View Actions
SNAP Reach 32 63.1 view View Actions
Teeth Extractions - Seniors 48 25 view View Actions
Underweight - Seniors 30 1.7 view View Actions
Volunteerism 28 25.3 view View Actions


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