U.S. hospital patients that lacked patient-centered care in 2016, by state

Percentage of U.S. hospital patients that did not receive patient-centered care in 2013 and 2016, by state

U.S. hospital patients that lacked patient-centered care in 2016, by state This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. hospital patients that did not receive patient-centered care in 2013 and 2016, by state. According to the data, in Montana in 2013, 33 percent of hospital patients did not receive patient-centered care. That percentage had dropped to 29 percent by 2016.
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Percentage of U.S. hospital patients that did not receive patient-centered care in 2013 and 2016, by state

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20132016
District of Columbia42%43%
Maryland 39%38%
Nevada 36%37%
New York 37%37%
New Jersey 37%37%
California 36%36%
Florida 37%36%
Connecticut 35%35%
Washington 34%34%
Arizona 34%34%
Virginia 34%34%
New Mexico 34%34%
Georgia 34%33%
Missouri 33%33%
Massachusetts 33%33%
Pennsylvania 33%32%
Rhode Island 33%32%
Tennessee 32%32%
Utah 30%32%
U.S. total32%32%
West Virginia 33%32%
Illinois 33%32%
North Carolina 31%32%
Delaware 34%32%
Hawaii 31%31%
Indiana 31%31%
Arkansas 32%31%
Alaska 30%31%
South Carolina 31%31%
Michigan 32%31%
Oregon 32%31%
Texas 31%31%
Ohio 32%31%
Mississippi 30%30%
Kentucky 31%30%
New Hampshire 31%30%
Oklahoma 30%30%
Iowa 31%30%
Alabama 31%30%
Vermont 31%30%
Colorado 30%30%
Maine 28%29%
Idaho 30%29%
Minnesota 29%29%
Montana 33%29%
Wyoming 31%29%
North Dakota 30%29%
Wisconsin 29%28%
Kansas 30%28%
Nebraska 28%28%
Louisiana 28%27%
South Dakota 28%27%
20132016
District of Columbia42%43%
Maryland 39%38%
Nevada 36%37%
New York 37%37%
New Jersey 37%37%
California 36%36%
Florida 37%36%
Connecticut 35%35%
Washington 34%34%
Arizona 34%34%
Virginia 34%34%
New Mexico 34%34%
Georgia 34%33%
Missouri 33%33%
Massachusetts 33%33%
Pennsylvania 33%32%
Rhode Island 33%32%
Tennessee 32%32%
Utah 30%32%
U.S. total32%32%
West Virginia 33%32%
Illinois 33%32%
North Carolina 31%32%
Delaware 34%32%
Hawaii 31%31%
Indiana 31%31%
Arkansas 32%31%
Alaska 30%31%
South Carolina 31%31%
Michigan 32%31%
Oregon 32%31%
Texas 31%31%
Ohio 32%31%
Mississippi 30%30%
Kentucky 31%30%
New Hampshire 31%30%
Oklahoma 30%30%
Iowa 31%30%
Alabama 31%30%
Vermont 31%30%
Colorado 30%30%
Maine 28%29%
Idaho 30%29%
Minnesota 29%29%
Montana 33%29%
Wyoming 31%29%
North Dakota 30%29%
Wisconsin 29%28%
Kansas 30%28%
Nebraska 28%28%
Louisiana 28%27%
South Dakota 28%27%
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This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. hospital patients that did not receive patient-centered care in 2013 and 2016, by state. According to the data, in Montana in 2013, 33 percent of hospital patients did not receive patient-centered care. That percentage had dropped to 29 percent by 2016.
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