Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Overall Rank: 46

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OK 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 activity-limiting arthritis pain
  • High flu vaccination coverage
  • Low ICU use

Challenges

  • High prevalence of physical inactivity
  • High percentage of low-care nursing home residents
  • High hip fracture rate

Highlights

  • In the past year, pain management increased 9% from 48.9% to 53.2% of adults aged 65 and older with joint pain.
  • In the past year, hip fractures decreased 14% from 9.2 to 7.9 hospitalizations per 1000 Medicare beneficiaries.
  • In the past year, smoking decreased 7% from 10.6% to 9.9% of adults aged 65 and older.
  • In the past year, physical inactivity increased 15% from 36.7% to 42.3% of adults aged 65 and older.
  • In the past year, seniors with a dedicated health care provider decreased 2% from 95.7% to 93.5% of adults aged 65 and older.

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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 44 58 view View Actions
All Determinants - Senior 45 -0.347 view View Actions
All Outcomes - Senior 45 -0.283 view View Actions
Behavior - Seniors 33 3.547 view View Actions
Chronic Drinking 7 2.3 view View Actions
Clinical Care - Seniors 43 -0.059 view View Actions
Community - Seniors 42 -0.088 view View Actions
Community & Environment - Macro - Seniors 41 -0.071 view View Actions
Community & Environment - Micro - Seniors 37 -0.017 view View Actions
Community Support 39 467.97 view View Actions
Dedicated Health Care Provider 34 93.5 view View Actions
Dental Visit - Seniors 45 56.5 view View Actions
Diabetes Management 46 72.9 view View Actions
Falls 47 32.6 view View Actions
Flu Vaccine 7 68.7 view View Actions
Food Insecurity 33 15.4 view View Actions
Geriatrician Shortfall 48 86.1 view View Actions
Health Screenings 46 81.7 view View Actions
Health Status - Seniors 42 35.7 view View Actions
Hip Fractures - Seniors 48 7.9 view View Actions
Home Health Care - Seniors 31 84.3 view View Actions
Home-Delivered Meals 27 21.1 view View Actions
Hospice Care - Seniors 14 54.1 view View Actions
Hospital Deaths - Seniors 29 23 view View Actions
Hospital Readmissions - Seniors 36 15.7 view View Actions
ICU Usage - Seniors 23 11.8 view View Actions
Low-Care Nursing Home Residents 49 24.95 view View Actions
Mental Health Days - Seniors 46 2.7 view View Actions
Nursing Home Quality 47 28.8 view View Actions
Obesity - Seniors 27 26.9 view View Actions
Overall - Senior 46 -0.63 view View Actions
Pain Management - Seniors 1 53.2 view View Actions
Physical Inactivity - Seniors 49 42.3 view View Actions
Policy - Seniors 49 -0.182 view View Actions
Poverty - Seniors 34 9.7 view View Actions
Premature Death - Seniors 44 2273.8 view View Actions
Prescription Drug Coverage-Seniors 41 84.2 view View Actions
Preventable Hospitalizations-Seniors 42 71.4 view View Actions
Recommended Hospital Care-Seniors 45 95.6 view View Actions
Smoking - Seniors 37 9.9 view View Actions
SNAP Reach 31 66.2 view View Actions
Teeth Extractions - Seniors 40 21 view View Actions
Underweight - Seniors 24 1.6 view View Actions
Volunteerism 31 24.2 view View Actions


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