Trend Tables

Summary List of Trend Tables by Topic

Population (tables 1-2)

Resident population
Persons in poverty
and more . . .

Fertility and Natality (tables 3-18)

Births
Low birthweight
Breastfeeding
and more . . .

Mortality (tables 19-49)

Infant mortality
Life expectancy
Death rates, by cause
Death rates for external causes
and more . . .

Determinants and Measures of Health (tables 50-74)

Health status
Cigarette smoking
Alcohol consumption
High blood pressure
Overweight and obese
and more . . .

Ambulatory Care (tables 75-95)

Visits: health care, dentists, emergency departments, and more . . .
Prevention: mammograms, pap smears, vaccinations

Inpatient Care (tables 96-103)

Hospital stays and procedures
Nursing homes and more . . .

Personnel (tables 104-111)

Physicians
Dentists
Nurses
Health professions school enrollment
and more . . .

Facilities (tables 112-117)

Hospitals
Nursing homes
Home Health Agencies
and more . . .

National Health Expenditures (tables 118-131)

Personal health expenditures
Out of pocket costs
Prescription drugs
Nursing home costs
and more . . .

Health Care Coverage and Major Federal Programs (tables 132-144)

Insurance coverage:
Medicare
Medicaid
Private coverage
Uninsured
HMOs
and more . . .

State Health Expenditures and Health Insurance (tables 145-156)

Per capita expenditures by state:
Hospital, physician, nursing home, drugs
and more . . .
Expenditures/enrollees by state:
and more . . .

List of Trend Tables

Table 1. Resident population, according to age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on decennial census updated by data from multiple sources]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 2. Persons and families below poverty level, according to selected characteristics, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1973–2003[Data are based on household interviews of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 3. Crude birth rates, fertility rates, and birth rates by age of mother, according to race and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 4. Live births, according to plurality, and detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 5. Twin and higher order multiple births, according to race, Hispanic origin, and age of mother: United States, selected years 1971–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 6. Women 15–44 years of age who have not had at least 1 live birth, by age: United States, selected years 1960–2002[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 7. Prenatal care for live births, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 8. Early prenatal care according to race and Hispanic origin of mother, geographic division, and State: United States, average annual 1995–97, 1998–2000, and 2001–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 9. Teenage childbearing, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 10. Nonmarital childbearing according to detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother, and maternal age: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 11. Maternal education for live births, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 12. Mothers who smoked cigarettes during pregnancy, according to mother's detailed race, Hispanic origin, age, and education: United States, selected years, 1989–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 13. Low-birthweight live births, according to mother's detailed race, Hispanic origin, and smoking status: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 14. Low-birthweight live births among mothers 20 years of age and over, by mother's detailed race, Hispanic origin, and education: United States, selected years 1989–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 15. Low-birthweight live births, according to race and Hispanic origin of mother, geographic division, and State: United States, average annual 1995–97, 1998–2000, and 2001–2003[Data are based on birth certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 16. Legal abortions and legal abortion ratios, according to selected patient characteristics: United States, selected years 1973–2002[Data are based on reporting by State health departments and by hospitals and other medical facilities]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 17. Contraceptive use among women 15–44 years of age, according to age, race, Hispanic origin, and method of contraception: United States, 1982, 1988, 1995, and 2002[Data are based on household interviews of samples of women in the childbearing ages]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 18. Breastfeeding by mothers 15–44 years of age by year of baby's birth, according to selected characteristics of mother: United States, average annual 1986–88 to 1999–2001[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of women in the childbearing ages.]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 19. Infant, neonatal, and postneonatal mortality rates, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin of mother: United States, selected years 1983–2002[Data are based on linked birth and death certificates for infants]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 20. Infant mortality rates for mothers 20 years of age and over, according to mother's education, detailed race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1983–2002[Data are based on linked birth and death certificates for infants]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 21. Infant mortality rates according to birthweight: United States, selected years 1983–2002[Data are based on linked birth and death certificates for infants]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 22. Infant mortality rates, fetal mortality rates, and perinatal mortality rates, according to race: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates, fetal death records, and birth certificates]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 23. Infant mortality rates, according to race, Hispanic origin, geographic division, and State: United States, average annual 1989–91, 1997–99, and 2000–2002[Data are based on linked birth and death certificates for infants]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 24. Neonatal mortality rates, according to race, Hispanic origin, geographic division, and State: United States, average annual 1989–91, 1997–99, and 2000–2002[Data are based on linked birth and death certificates for infants]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 25. Infant mortality rates and international rankings: Selected countries, selected years 1960–2002[Data are based on reporting by countries]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 26. Life expectancy at birth and at 65 years of age, according to sex: Selected countries, selected years 1980–2001[Data are based on reporting by countries]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 27. Life expectancy at birth, at 65 years of age, and at 75 years of age, according to race and sex: United States, selected years 1900–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 28. Age-adjusted death rates, according to race, Hispanic origin, geographic division, and State: United States, average annual 1979–81, 1989–91, and 2001–03[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 29. Age-adjusted death rates for selected causes of death, according to sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 30. Years of potential life lost before age 75 for selected causes of death, according to sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 31. Leading causes of death and numbers of deaths, according to sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, 1980 and 2003[Data are based on death certificates]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 32. Leading causes of death and numbers of deaths, according to age: United States, 1980 and 2003Updated March 2006[Data are based on death certificates]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 33. Age-adjusted death rates, according to race, sex, region, and urbanization level: United States, average annual 1994–96, 1997–99, and 2000–2002[Data are based on the National Vital Statistics System]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 34. Age-adjusted death rates for persons 25–64 years of age for selected causes of death, according to sex and educational attainment: Selected States, 1994–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 35. Death rates for all causes, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 36. Death rates for diseases of heart, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 37. Death rates for cerebrovascular diseases, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 38. Death rates for malignant neoplasms, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 39. Death rates for malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus, and lung, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 40. Death rates for malignant neoplasm of breast for females, according to race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 41. Death rates for chronic lower respiratory diseases, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 42. Death rates for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1987–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 43. Maternal mortality for complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium, according to race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 44. Death rates for motor vehicle-related injuries, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 45. Death rates for homicide, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 46. Death rates for suicide, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 47. Death rates for firearm-related injuries, according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, and age: United States, selected years 1970–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Age Adjustment PopulationUpdated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 48. Deaths from selected occupational diseases for persons 15 years of age and over: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on death certificates]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 49. Occupational injury deaths and rates by industry, sex, age, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1992–2003[Data are compiled from various Federal, State, and local administrative sources]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 50. Occupational injuries and illnesses with days away from work, job transfer, or restriction in the private sector, according to industry: United States, 2003[Data are based on employer records from a sample of business establishments]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 51. Selected notifiable disease rates, according to disease: United States, selected years 1950–2003[Data are based on reporting by State health departments]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 52. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) cases, according to year of diagnosis and selected characteristics of persons: United States, 1999–2003[Data are based on reporting by State health departments]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 53. Age-adjusted cancer incidence rates for selected cancer sites, according to sex, race, and Hispanic origin: Selected geographic areas, 1990–2002[Data are based on the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program's 13 population-based cancer registries]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 54. Five-year relative cancer survival rates for selected cancer sites, according to race and sex: Selected geographic areas, 1974–76, 1980–82, 1986–88, 1989–91, 1992–1994, and 1995–2001[Data are based on the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program's 9 population-based cancer registries]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 55. Diabetes among adults 20 years of age and over, according to sex, age, and race and Hispanic origin: United States, 1988–94 and 1999–2002[Data are based on physical examinations of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 56. Respiratory conditions among adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 57. Severe headache or migraine, low back pain, and neck pain among adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 58. Limitation of activity caused by chronic conditions, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 59. Vision and hearing limitations among adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 60. Respondent-assessed health status according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1991–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 61. Serious psychological distress among persons 18 years of age and over according to selected characteristics: United States, average annual 1997–98, 2000–2001, and 2002–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 62. Suicidal ideation, suicide attempts, and injurious suicide attempts among students in grades 9–12, by sex, grade level, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1991–2003[Data are based on a national sample of high school students, grades 9–12]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 63. Current cigarette smoking for adults 18 years of age and over according to sex, race, and age: United States, selected years 1965–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 64. Age-adjusted prevalence of current cigarette smoking for adults 25 years of age and over, according to sex, race, and education: United States, selected years 1974–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 65. Current cigarette smoking for adults according to sex, race, Hispanic origin, age, and education: United States, average annual 1990–92, 1995–98, and 2001–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 66. Use of selected substances in the past month by persons 12 years of age and over, according to age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, 2002–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population 12 years of age and over]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 67. Use of selected substances by high school seniors, tenth-, and eighth-graders, according to sex and race: United States, selected years 1980–2004[Data are based on a survey of high school seniors, tenth–, and eighth-graders in the coterminous United States]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 68. Alcohol consumption by adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 69. Hypertension (elevated blood pressure) among persons 20 years of age and over, according to sex, age, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status: United States, 1988–94 and 1999–2002[Data are based on physical examinations of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 70. Serum cholesterol levels among persons 20 years of age and over, according to sex, age, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status: United States, 1960–62, 1971–74, 1976–80, 1988–94, and 1999–2002[Data are based on physical examinations of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 71. Mean energy and macronutrient intake among persons 20–74 years of age, according to sex and age: United States, 1971–74, 1976–80, 1988–94, and 1999–2000[Data are based on dietary recall interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 72. Leisure-time physical activity among adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1998–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 73. Overweight, obesity, and healthy weight among persons 20 years of age and over, according to sex, age, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status: United States, 1960–62, 1971–74, 1976–80, 1988–94, and 1999–2002[Data are based on measured height and weight of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 74. Overweight among children and adolescents 6–19 years of age, according to sex, age, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status: United States, selected years 1963–65 through 1999–2002[Data are based on physical examinations of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 75. Health care visits to doctor's offices, emergency departments, and home visits within the past 12 months, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 76. Influenza and pneumococcal vaccination among persons 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1989–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 77. Vaccinations of children 19–35 months of age for selected diseases, according to race, Hispanic origin, poverty status, and residence in metropolitan statistical area (MSA): United States, 1995–2004[Data are based on telephone interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population supplemented by a survey of immunization providers for interview participants]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 78. Vaccination coverage among children 19–35 months of age according to geographic division, State, and selected urban areas: United States, 1995–2004[Data are based on telephone interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population supplemented by a survey of immunization providers for interview participants]Updated March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 79. No health care visits to an office or clinic within the past 12 months among children under 18 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, average annual 1997–98, 2000–01, and 2002–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 80. No usual source of health care among children under 18 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, average annual selected years 1993–94 through 2002–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 81. Emergency department visits within the past 12 months among children under 18 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Revised March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 82. No usual source of health care among adults 18–64 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, average annual 1993–94 through 2002–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 83. Emergency department visits within the past 12 months among adults 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 84. Dental visits in the past year according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 85. Untreated dental caries, according to age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, and poverty status: United States, 1971–74, 1988–94, and 1999–2002[Data are based on dental examinations of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 86. Use of mammography for women 40 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1987–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 87. Use of Pap smears for women 18 years of age and over, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1987–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 88. Visits to physician offices and hospital outpatient and emergency departments by selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1995–2003[Data are based on reporting by a sample of office-based physicians and hospital outpatient and emergency departments]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 89. Injury-related visits to hospital emergency departments by sex, age, and intent and mechanism of injury: United States, average annual 1995–96, 1998–99, and 2002–2003[Data are based on reporting by a sample of hospital emergency departments]Revised March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 90. Visits to primary care generalist and specialist physicians, according to selected characteristics and type of physician: United States, 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2003[Data are based on reporting by a sample of office-based physicians]Revised March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 91. Prescription drug use in the past month by sex, age, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, 1988–94 and 1999–2002[Data are based on a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 92. Selected prescription and nonprescription drugs recorded during physician office visits and hospital outpatient department visits, by age and sex: United States, 1995–96 and 2002–03[Data are based on a sample of visit records from physician offices and hospital outpatient departments]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 93. Additions to mental health organizations according to type of service and organization: United States, selected years 1986–2002[Data are based on inventories of mental health organizations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 94. Home health care patients, according to age, sex, and diagnosis: United States, selected years 1992–2000[Data are based on a survey of current home health care patients]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 95. Hospice patients, according to age, sex, and diagnosis: United States, selected years 1992–2000[Data are based on a survey of current hospice patients]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 96. Discharges, days of care, and average length of stay in short-stay hospitals, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 97. Discharges, days of care, and average length of stay in non-Federal short-stay hospitals, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on a sample of hospital records]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 98. Rates of discharges and days of care in non-Federal short-stay hospitals, according to sex, age, and selected first-listed diagnoses: United States, selected years 1990–2003[Data are based on a sample of hospital records]Revised March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 99. Discharges and average length of stay in non-Federal short-stay hospitals, according to sex, age, and selected first-listed diagnoses: United States, selected years 1990–2003[Data are based on a sample of hospital records]Revised March 2006Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 100. Hospital stays with at least one procedure, according to sex, age, and selected procedures: United States, average annual 1992–93 and 2002–03[Data are based on a sample of hospital records]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 101. Hospital admissions, average length of stay, and outpatient visits, according to type of ownership and size of hospital, and percent outpatient surgery: United States, selected years 1975–2003[Data are based on reporting by a census of hospitals]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 102. Nursing home residents 65 years of age and over, according to age, sex, and race: United States, 1973–74, 1985, 1995, and 1999[Data are based on a sample of nursing home residents]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 103. Nursing home residents 65 years of age and over, according to selected functional status and age, sex, and race: United States, 1985, 1995, and 1999[Data are based on a sample of nursing home residents]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 104. Persons employed in health service sites, according to sex: United States, selected years 2000–04[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 105. Active physicians and doctors of medicine in patient care, according to geographic division and State: United States, 1975, 1985, 1995, and 2003[Data are based on reporting by physicians]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 106. Doctors of medicine, according to activity and place of medical education: United States and outlying U.S. areas, selected years 1975–2003[Data are based on reporting by physicians]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 107. Doctors of medicine in primary care, according to specialty: United States and outlying U.S. areas, selected years 1949–2003[Data are based on reporting by physicians]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 108. Active health personnel according to occupation: United States, selected years 1980–2001[Data are compiled by the Bureau of Health Professions]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 109. First-year enrollment and graduates of health professions schools and number of schools, according to profession: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on reporting by health professions schools]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 110. Total enrollment of minorities in schools for selected health occupations, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin: United States, academic years 1980–81, 1990–91, 2001–02, and 2002–03[Data are based on reporting by health professions associations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 111. First-year and total enrollment of women in schools for selected health occupations, according to detailed race and Hispanic origin: United States, academic years 1980–81, 1990–91, and 2002–03[Data are based on reporting by health professions associations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 112. Hospitals, beds, and occupancy rates, according to type of ownership and size of hospital: United States, selected years 1975–2003[Data are based on reporting by a census of hospitals]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 113. Mental health organizations and beds for 24-hour hospital and residential treatment according to type of organization: United States, selected years 1986–2002[Data are based on inventories of mental health organizations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 114. Community hospital beds and average annual percent change, according to geographic division and State: United States, selected years 1960–2003[Data are based on reporting by a census of hospitals]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 115. Occupancy rates in community hospitals and average annual percent change, according to geographic division and State: United States, selected years 1960–2003[Data are based on reporting by a census of hospitals]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 116. Nursing homes, beds, occupancy, and residents, according to geographic division and State: United States, 1995–2003[Data are based on a census of certified nursing facilities]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 117. Medicare-certified providers and suppliers: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are compiled from various Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services data systems]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 118. Total health expenditures as a percent of gross domestic product and per capita health expenditures in dollars: Selected countries and years 1960–2002[Data compiled by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 119. Gross domestic product, Federal and State and local government expenditures, national health expenditures, and average annual percent change: United States, selected years 1960–2003[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 120. Consumer Price Index and average annual percent change for all items, selected items, and medical care components: United States, selected years 1960–2004[Data are based on reporting by samples of providers and other retail outlets]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 121. Growth in personal health care expenditures and percent distribution of factors affecting growth: United States, 1960–2003[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 122. National health expenditures, average annual percent change, and percent distribution, according to type of expenditure: United States, selected years 1960–2003[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 123. Personal health care expenditures, according to type of expenditure and source of funds: United States, selected years 1960–2003[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 124. Expenses for health care and prescribed medicine according to selected population characteristics: United States, selected years 1987–2002[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the noninstitutionalized population and a sample of medical providers]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 125. Sources of payment for health care according to selected population characteristics: United States, selected years 1987–2002[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the noninstitutionalized population and a sample of medical providers]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 126. Out-of-pocket health care expenses for persons with medical expenses by age: United States, selected years 1987–2002[Data are based on household interviews for a sample of the noninstitutionalized population and a sample of medical providers]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 127. Expenditures for health services and supplies and percent distribution, by type of payer: United States, selected calendar years 1987–2003[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 128. Employers' costs per employee-hour worked for total compensation, wages and salaries, and health insurance, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1991–2005[Data are based on surveys of employers]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 129. Hospital expenses, according to type of ownership and size of hospital: United States, selected years 1980–2003[Data are based on reporting by a census of hospitals]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 130. Nursing home average monthly charges per resident and percent of residents, according to primary source of payments and selected facility characteristics: United States, 1985, 1995, and 1999[Data are based on reporting by a sample of nursing homes]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 131. Mental health expenditures, percent distribution, and per capita expenditures, according to type of mental health organization: United States, selected years 1975–2002[Data are based on an inventory of Mental Health Organizations (SMHO)]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 132. Private health insurance coverage among persons under 65 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1984–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 133. Medicaid coverage among persons under 65 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1984–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 134. No health insurance coverage among persons under 65 years of age, according to selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1984–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 135. Health insurance coverage for persons 65 years of age and over, according to type of coverage and selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1989–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 136. Health maintenance organization (HMO) coverage among persons under 65 years of age by private insurance and Medicaid, according to selected characteristics: United States, 1998–2003[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 137. Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and enrollment, according to model type, geographic region, and Federal program: United States, selected years 1976–2004[Data are based on a census of health maintenance organizations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 138. Medical care benefits for employees of private establishments by size of establishment and occupation: United States, selected years 1990–97[Data are based on a survey of employers]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 139. Medicare enrollees and expenditures and percent distribution, according to type of service: United States and other areas, selected years 1970–2004[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 140. Medicare enrollees and program payments among fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries, according to sex and age: United States and other areas, 1994–2002[Data are compiled from administrative data by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 141. Medicare beneficiaries by race and ethnicity, according to selected characteristics: United States, 1992 and 2001[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of current Medicare beneficiaries and Medicare administrative records]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 142. Medicaid recipients and medical vendor payments, according to basis of eligibility, and race and ethnicity: United States, selected fiscal years 1972–2001[Data are compiled by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services from the Medicaid Data System]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 143. Medicaid recipients and medical vendor payments, according to type of service: United States, selected fiscal years 1972–2001[Data are compiled by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services from the Medicaid Data System]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 144. Department of Veterans Affairs health care expenditures and use, and persons treated according to selected characteristics: United States, selected fiscal years 1970–2003[Data are compiled from patient records, enrollment information, and budgetary data by the Department of Veterans Affairs]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 145. Personal health care per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 146. Hospital care per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 147. Physician and other professional services per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 148. Nursing home care and home health care per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 149. Drugs and other nondurables per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 150. Medicare expenditures as a percent of total personal health care expenditures by geographic region and State: United States, 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 151. Medicaid expenditures as a percent of total personal health care expenditures by geographic region and State: United States, 1991–98[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 152. State mental health agency per capita expenditures for mental health services and average annual percent change by geographic region and State: United States, selected fiscal years 1981–2002[Data are based on reporting by State mental health agencies]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 153. Medicare enrollees, enrollees in managed care, payments per enrollee, and short-stay hospital utilization by geographic region and State: United States, 1994 and 2002[Data are compiled by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 154. Medicaid recipients, recipients in managed care, payments per recipient, and recipients per 100 persons below the poverty level by geographic region and State: United States, selected fiscal years 1989–2001[Data are compiled from Medicaid administrative records by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 155. Persons enrolled in health maintenance organizations (HMOs) by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1980–2004[Data are based on a census of health maintenance organizations]Click here for spreadsheet version

Table 156. Persons without health insurance coverage by State: United States, average annual 1995–97, 1998–2000, and 2001–03[Data are based on household interviews of a sample of the civilian noninstitutionalized population]Click here for spreadsheet version