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State Summary: New Hampshire, 2016 Annual Report
New Hampshire
2016 Annual Report
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State Findings: New Hampshire, 2016, 2016 Annual Report
Strengths
  • Low percentage of children in poverty
  • High immunization coverage among adolescents
  • Low prevalence of diabetes
Challenges
  • High rate of drug deaths
  • High prevalence of excessive drinking
  • Low per capita public health funding
Highlights
  • In the past three years, drug deaths increased 60% from 11.2 to 17.9 deaths per 100,000 population.
  • In the past year, HPV immunization among males ages 13 to 17 years increased 43% from 33.0% to 47.1%.
  • In the past four years, the percentage of the population without health insurance decreased 31% from 11.3% to 7.8%.
  • In the past three years, preventable hospitalizations decreased 23% from 58.2 to 44.8 discharges per 1,000 Medicare enrollees.
  • In the past two years, premature death increased 12% from 5,580 to 6,277 years lost per 100,000 population.
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The 2012–2016 data in the above graphs are not directly comparable with prior years. See Methodology for additional information.

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