Opioid-related inpatient stays under Medicare U.S. 2010 and 2015, by state

Share of opioid-related inpatient stays under Medicare in the U.S. in 2010 and 2015, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 20, 2018
Opioid-related inpatient stays under Medicare U.S. 2010 and 2015, by state This statistic shows the percentage of opioid-related inpatient stays that were under Medicare in the U.S. in 2010 and 2015, by state. In 2010, the share of Medicare opioid-related inpatient stays in the state of New York was 14.8 percent which increased to 19.9 percent in 2015.
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Share of opioid-related inpatient stays under Medicare in the U.S. in 2010 and 2015, by state

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20102015
Iowa*43.1%50.2%
Nebraska39.4%46.4%
Oregon*37.1%45.6%
Montana34.6%45.5%
Kansas38.5%43.9%
South Dakota42.1%42.8%
Georgia34.8%41.9%
Tennnessee40.4%40.1%
Oklahama36.7%40%
Florida34.8%39.9%
Michigan*36.8%39.8%
Wyoming26.1%39.1%
California*35.6%38.6%
Wisconsin40.7%37.9%
Arizona*37.1%37.8%
Washington*28.1%37.2%
Nevada*35.5%37%
Arkansas*40.6%36.7%
Colorado*36.5%36.3%
South Carolina34.1%36.2%
Maine30.2%35.8%
Indiana*30%35.5%
Minnesota*33.4%35.5%
Hawaii*31.4%34.7%
Texas30%34.3%
Massachusetts*33.6%33.4%
Virginia34.8%33.3%
National27.4%31.9%
Rhode Island*30.1%31.7%
New Mexico*29.8%31.3%
North Carolina32.3%30.8%
Missouri30.2%30.1%
Pennsylvania*24.3%30.1%
Vermont*30.4%28.3%
Utah21.5%27.7%
Kentucky*22%24%
Maryland*20.3%23.9%
Louisiana22.8%23.7%
Ohio*25.1%23.5%
Illinois*21%23.5%
New Jersey*19.7%22.4%
West Virginia*25.4%22.3%
New York14.8%19.9%
20102015
Iowa*43.1%50.2%
Nebraska39.4%46.4%
Oregon*37.1%45.6%
Montana34.6%45.5%
Kansas38.5%43.9%
South Dakota42.1%42.8%
Georgia34.8%41.9%
Tennnessee40.4%40.1%
Oklahama36.7%40%
Florida34.8%39.9%
Michigan*36.8%39.8%
Wyoming26.1%39.1%
California*35.6%38.6%
Wisconsin40.7%37.9%
Arizona*37.1%37.8%
Washington*28.1%37.2%
Nevada*35.5%37%
Arkansas*40.6%36.7%
Colorado*36.5%36.3%
South Carolina34.1%36.2%
Maine30.2%35.8%
Indiana*30%35.5%
Minnesota*33.4%35.5%
Hawaii*31.4%34.7%
Texas30%34.3%
Massachusetts*33.6%33.4%
Virginia34.8%33.3%
National27.4%31.9%
Rhode Island*30.1%31.7%
New Mexico*29.8%31.3%
North Carolina32.3%30.8%
Missouri30.2%30.1%
Pennsylvania*24.3%30.1%
Vermont*30.4%28.3%
Utah21.5%27.7%
Kentucky*22%24%
Maryland*20.3%23.9%
Louisiana22.8%23.7%
Ohio*25.1%23.5%
Illinois*21%23.5%
New Jersey*19.7%22.4%
West Virginia*25.4%22.3%
New York14.8%19.9%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 20, 2018
This statistic shows the percentage of opioid-related inpatient stays that were under Medicare in the U.S. in 2010 and 2015, by state. In 2010, the share of Medicare opioid-related inpatient stays in the state of New York was 14.8 percent which increased to 19.9 percent in 2015.
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