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VISIT THE PILLAR: National Context

Median Number of Child Core Set Measures Reported by States

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Median number of child core set measures reported by states in federal fiscal year 2019 is 20 out of 26.

Number of Child Core Set Measures Reported by State

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Number of Child Core Set Measures Reported by State US Map with the categories and values shown in the following table.

Number of Child Core Set Measures Reported by State

US Map with the categories and values:

State Category
Alabama 22 to 25
Alaska 16 to 19
Arizona 16 to 19
Arkansas 16 to 19
California 20 to 21
Colorado 16 to 19
Connecticut 22 to 25
Delaware 22 to 25
District of Columbia 16 to 19
Florida 22 to 25
Georgia 2 to 15
Hawaii 2 to 15
Idaho 2 to 15
Illinois 20 to 21
Indiana 22 to 25
Iowa 20 to 21
Kansas 16 to 19
Kentucky 20 to 21
Louisiana 22 to 25
Maine 16 to 19
Maryland 2 to 15
Massachusetts 20 to 21
Michigan 20 to 21
Minnesota 16 to 19
Mississippi 20 to 21
Missouri 16 to 19
Montana 2 to 15
Nebraska 2 to 15
Nevada 16 to 19
New Hampshire 22 to 25
New Jersey 16 to 19
New Mexico 16 to 19
New York 22 to 25
North Carolina 22 to 25
North Dakota 2 to 15
Ohio 16 to 19
Oklahoma 22 to 25
Oregon 16 to 19
Pennsylvania 22 to 25
Rhode Island 20 to 21
South Carolina 22 to 25
South Dakota 2 to 15
Tennessee 22 to 25
Texas 22 to 25
Utah 16 to 19
Vermont 20 to 21
Virginia 16 to 19
Washington 20 to 21
West Virginia 22 to 25
Wisconsin 16 to 19
Wyoming 22 to 25

Median Number of Adult Core Set Measures Reported by States

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Median number of adult core set measures reported by states in federal fiscal year 2019 is 22.5 out of 33.

Number of Adult Core Set Measures Reported by State

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Number of Adult Core Set Measures Reported by State US Map with the categories and values shown in the following table.

Number of Adult Core Set Measures Reported by State

US Map with the categories and values:

State Category
Alabama 23 to 26
Alaska Not reporting
Arizona 18 to 22
Arkansas 23 to 26
California 23 to 26
Colorado 18 to 22
Connecticut 27 to 33
Delaware 27 to 33
District of Columbia 18 to 22
Florida 18 to 22
Georgia 5 to 17
Hawaii 5 to 17
Idaho Not reporting
Illinois 18 to 22
Indiana 5 to 17
Iowa 27 to 33
Kansas 18 to 22
Kentucky 5 to 17
Louisiana 27 to 33
Maine Not reporting
Maryland 18 to 22
Massachusetts 27 to 33
Michigan 23 to 26
Minnesota 23 to 26
Mississippi 23 to 26
Missouri 23 to 26
Montana Not reporting
Nebraska 5 to 17
Nevada 5 to 17
New Hampshire 27 to 33
New Jersey 18 to 22
New Mexico 23 to 26
New York 27 to 33
North Carolina 23 to 26
North Dakota Not reporting
Ohio 18 to 22
Oklahoma 18 to 22
Oregon 18 to 22
Pennsylvania 27 to 33
Rhode Island 18 to 22
South Carolina 27 to 33
South Dakota 5 to 17
Tennessee 27 to 33
Texas 27 to 33
Utah 5 to 17
Vermont 27 to 33
Virginia 18 to 22
Washington 23 to 26
West Virginia 27 to 33
Wisconsin 18 to 22
Wyoming 5 to 17

Sources:  2020 Child Core Set Chart Pack, FFY 2019  (PDF 23.83 MB) and 2020 Adult Core Set Chart Pack, FFY 2019 (PDF 26.53 MB)

Notes:

States can voluntarily report the Child and Adult Core Set measures. The 2019 Child Core Set includes 26 measures. These charts include all Child Core Set measures for the FFY 2019 reporting cycle, except the CLABSI measure, which is obtained from Centers for Disease Control’s National Healthcare Safety Network.

The 2019 Adult Core Set includes 33 measures. These charts include all Adult Core Set measures that states reported for the FFY 2019 reporting cycle.

States used Child or Adult Core Set specifications to calculate the measures. Some states calculated measures using “other specifications.” Measures were denoted as using “other specifications” when the state deviated substantially from the Child or Adult Core Set specifications, such as using alternate data sources, different populations, or other methodologies. The state median includes the total number of measures reported by each state, regardless of whether the state used Child or Adult Core Set or “other” specifications.