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Indicator Details: Percentage of Patients by Race/Ethnicity
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For the years analyzed, the Medicaid population aged 20 years and older in Michigan was primarily non-Hispanic white, followed by non-Hispanic black.

Chart Explanation: 

The chart shows the prevalence by race/ethnicity, by year, by age, and by year and gender. The y-axis (vertical line) shows the percentage of adult patients of the Medicaid population. The x-axis (horizontal line) shows race/ethnicity groups by either year, age groups, or year and gender.

Data are from the Medicaid datasets of claims (inpatient and outpatient) for Michigan residents from 2007 to 2012. See below for the list of ICD-9-CM or ICD-10-CM used to determine CKD.

Diagnoses for medical conditions within Medicaid data come from inpatient and outpatient claims submitted by providers for the fee-for-service sections of Medicaid. Only patients 20 years old and above with >3 months eligibility of Medicaid were included for the analysis.

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Description of Measure

Age distribution of race/ethnicity groups for Medicaid data of Michigan State.

Data Source

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Type of Data SourceAdministrative.
Data Set

Medicaid data for Michigan residents.

Health Care System DataYes.
Regional or National?

Regional—Michigan State.

Demographic Group

Patients enrolled in Medicaid in Michigan.

Numerator

Patients in denominator with diagnosed CKD from an outpatient and inpatient claim by any of the ICD-9-CM or ICD-10-CM CKD codes listed below.

Denominator

Patients aged 20 years old and older with more than 3 months of Medicaid eligibility in Michigan state.

Primary Data Source Indicator

Race/ethnicity

Period Currently Available

2007–2012.

Primary Indicator Method of Measurement

Medical record

Secondary Variable

Age at the end of the previous calendar year.


Suggested Citation:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic Kidney Disease Surveillance System—United States.
website. http://www.cdc.gov/ckd