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15

10

15
30
18
18

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

0
1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

Strengths:
High immunization coverage among children
Low violent crime rate
High immunization among adolescent males for HPV

Challenges:
High infant mortality rate
High incidence of pertussis
High prevalence of excessive drinking

Highlights:
In the past year, immunizations among children aged 19 to 35 months increased 25% from 68.0% to 84.7%.
In the past year, physical inactivity decreased 15% from 23.3% to 19.7% of adults.
In the past 5 years, low birthweight increased 13% from 6.3% to 7.1% of live births.
In the past 20 years, infant mortality increased 13% from 6.2 to 7.0 deaths per 1,000 live births.
Since 1990, cardiovascular deaths decreased 46% from 408.0 to 218.7 per 100,000 population.

State Health Department Web Site: www.maine.gov/dhhs

2015 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Rank

Value

Air Pollution

13

7.4

32

17

All Determinants

10

0.353

Cholesterol Check

81.4

All Outcomes

30

0.017

Chronic Drinking

44

7.1

Behaviors

17

0.057

Dental Visit, Annual

32

63.6

Cancer Deaths

39

204.3

Fruits

1.5

Cardiovascular Deaths

12

218.7

Heart Attack

44

5.5

Children in Poverty

30

20.8

Heart Disease

41

5.4

258.7

High Blood Pressure

32

33.3

22

0.031

High Cholesterol

35

39.7

0.188

High Health Status

10

56

Dentists

30

52.2

High School Graduation AFGR

Diabetes

18

9.5

Immunization HPV female

15

43

Disparity in Health Status

19

26.6

Immunization MCV4

33

73.6

Drug Deaths

14

11.9

Immunization Tdap

31

85.4

Excessive Drinking

35

19

Income Disparity

21

0.459

High School Graduation

10

86.4

Insufficient Sleep

18

32.2

Immunization - Adolescents

23

-0.068

Median Household Income

32

51710

Immunization - Children

84.7

Obesity - Youth

Immunization HPV male

27.5

Personal Income, Per Capita

36

-0.53

Chlamydia
Clinical Care
Community & Environment

Infant Mortality
Infectious Disease
Injury Deaths

Measure
Binge Drinking

90

11.6
31

42071

9.32

Stroke

28

3.1

61.9

Suicide

40

17.7

17.4

Preterm Birth

Lack of Health Insurance

19

10.7

Teen Birth Rate

Low Birthweight

18

7.1

Underemployment Rate

30

11.9

Obesity

18

28.2

Unemployment Rate, Annual

19

5.7

Occupational Fatalities

10

3.5

Vegetables

2.01

Overall

15

0.37

Youth Smoking

Pertussis

45

25

Physical Inactivity

11

19.7

Policy

11

0.078

Poor Mental Health Days

32

3.8

Poor Physical Health Days

26

3.9

Premature Death

20

6729

12.8

Preventable Hospitalizations

22

50.5

Primary Care Physicians

12

135.2

Public Health Funding

20

78.87

9.9

30

19.3

129.3

Salmonella
Smoking
Violent Crime

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20
32
22
24

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

0
1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

Strengths:
High rate of high school graduation
Low violent crime rate
Low prevalence of low birthweight

Challenges:
High percentage of children in poverty
Low immunization coverage among children
Limited availability of dentists

Highlights:
In the past 2 years, smoking decreased by 11 percent from 22.8 percent to 20.2 percent of adults. In 1990, the prevalence of
smoking in Maine was 30.3 percent of adults.
In the past 2 years, immunization coverage among adolescents increased by 12 percent from 59.5 percent to 66.7 percent of
adolescents aged 13 to 17 years.
In the past 5 years, high school graduation increased by 14 percent from 76.3 percent to 87.0 percent of incoming ninth graders.
Children in poverty is essentially unchanged in the past 25 years at 20.9 percent of children. In 1990, the rate was 21.6 percent of
children.
In the past 2 years, drug deaths decreased by 16 percent from 13.1 to 11.0 deaths per 100,000 population.

State Health Department Web Site: www.maine.gov/dhhs

2014 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Air Pollution

12

7.6

All Determinants

18

All Outcomes

Rank

Value

Cholesterol Check

81.4

0.289

Colorectal Cancer Screening

75.5

29

0.014

Dental Visit, Annual

29

65.3

Binge Drinking

31

17.2

Excessive Drinking

35

19.3

Cancer Deaths

40

205.4

Fruits

1.5

215.4

Heart Attack

41

5.3

35

20.9

Heart Disease

40

257

High Blood Pressure

32

33.3

Dentists

37

49.7

High Cholesterol

35

39.7

Diabetes

22

9.6

High Health Status

55.6

Disparity in Health Status

15

26.1

Immunization HPV female

45.8

Drug Deaths

12

11

Immunization MCV4

29

71.2

87

Immunization Tdap

36

83

Immunization - Adolescents

21

66.7

Income Disparity

13

0.453

Immunization - Children

35

68

Income Disparity Ratio

32

4.55

Infant Mortality

31

6.6

Insufficient Sleep

15

32.4

Infectious Disease

17

Median Household Income

33

50121

Lack of Health Insurance

12

10.7

Obesity - Youth

6.6

Personal Income, Per Capita

31

40924

Obesity

24

28.9

Physical Activity

11

76.7

Occupational Fatalities

10

3.7

Preterm Birth

9.3

Overall

20

0.303

Stroke

12

2.5

Pertussis

44

55.5

Suicide

28

14.8

Physical Inactivity

11

23.3

Teen Birth Rate

19.4

Poor Mental Health Days

30

3.8

Teeth Extractions

44

8.2

Poor Physical Health Days

30

Underemployment Rate

30

13.7

Premature Death

20

6645

Unemployment Rate, Annual

23

6.7

Preventable Hospitalizations

21

55.1

Vegetables

2.01

Primary Care Physicians

14

130.2

Public Health Funding

22

82.69

Salmonella

15

12.1

Smoking

32

20.2

122.7

Cardiovascular Deaths
Children in Poverty
Chlamydia

High School Graduation AFGR

Low Birthweight

Violent Crime

Measure

Youth Smoking

11.6

12.8

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29
23
28

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

0
1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

Strengths:
Low violent crime rate
Low percentage of uninsured population
Low prevalence of low birthweight

Challenges:
High prevalence of binge drinking
High rate of cancer deaths
Limited availability of dentists

Highlights:
In the past year, the prevalence of smoking decreased significantly from 22.8 percent to 20.3 percent of adults; however more than
220,000 adults still smoke in Maine.
In the past year, the prevalence of obesity increased slightly from 27.8 percent to 28.3 percent of adults; more than 310,000 adults
are obese.
In the past year, immunization coverage among adolescents increased from 59.5 percent to 65.0 percent of persons aged 13 to 17
years.
After increasing from 1993 through 2006, the percentage of low birthweight infants stabilized at approximately 6.5 percent of births.
The prevalence of diabetes continues to rise; almost 110,000 adults in Maine have diabetes.
In the past 5 years, the infant mortality rate decreased from 6.4 to 5.5 deaths per 1,000 live births, returning to levels obtained in the
early 2000s.

Disparities:
In Maine, 58.7 percent of adults aged 25 years and older with at least a high school education report their health is very good or
excellent compared to only 28.8 percent with less than a high school education, resulting in a gap of 29.9 percent.

State Health Department Web Site: www.maine.gov/dhhs

2013 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Air Pollution

10

7.5

All Determinants

12

All Outcomes

Rank

Value

Cholesterol Check

80.5

0.327

Dental Visit, Annual

29

65.3

25

0.039

Fruits

1.07

Binge Drinking

33

17.7

Heart Attack

39

5.10

Cancer Deaths

39

203.5

Heart Disease

38

5.1

Cardiovascular Deaths

13

223.3

High Blood Pressure

32

32.2

Children in Poverty

17

16.2

High Cholesterol

42

40.9

232.9

56.2

Dentists

37

48.9

Income Disparity

15

0.445

Diabetes

23

9.7

Low Health Status

20

16.06

Disparity in Health Status

29

29.9

Median Household Income

Drug Deaths

21

11.7

Obesity - Youth

High School Graduation AFGR

13

82.8

Personal Income, Per Capita

Immunization - Adolescents

20

65.0

Preterm Birth

Immunization - Children

12

72.6

Infant Mortality

17

5.52

Infectious Disease

20

-0.216

Lack of Health Insurance

9.8

Low Birthweight

Chlamydia

Measure

High Health Status

49872
11.5
32

39863

9.6

Stroke

27

2.94

Suicide

21

13.4

20.8

Teeth Extractions

44

8.2

6.7

Underemployment Rate

36

15

28

28.3

Unemployment Rate, Annual

28

7.7

3.4

Vegetables

0.9

Overall

16

0.366

Pertussis

48

15.6

Physical Inactivity

15

20.9

Poor Mental Health Days

30

Poor Physical Health Days

29

4.1

Premature Death

19

6618

Preventable Hospitalizations

26

62.4

Primary Care Physicians

14

129.1

Public Health Funding

21

85.69

Salmonella

10

10.2

Smoking

29

20.3

122.7

Obesity
Occupational Fatalities

Violent Crime

Teen Birth Rate

Youth Smoking

15.2

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33
26
25

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

0
1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

Strengths:
Low prevalence of low birthweight
Low rate of uninsured population
Low violent crime rate

Challenges:
High prevalence of obesity
High prevalence of smoking
High rate of cancer deaths

Highlights:
In the past five years, infant mortality decreased from 6.3 to 5.6 deaths per 1,000 live births.
In the past ten years, the percentage of children in poverty increased from 11.8 percent to 17.7 percent of persons under age 18.
In the past ten years, the rate of preventable hospitalizations decreased from 75.9 to 59.3 discharges per 1,000 Medicare enrollees.
In the past year, public health funding decreased from $86 to $83 per person.
Maine ranks higher for determinants than for outcomes, indicating that overall healthiness may improve over time.
Almost 250,000 adults smoke in Maine and almost 300,000 adults are obese.

Disparities:
In Maine obesity is more prevalent among non-Hispanics whites at 27.0 percent than Hispanics at 20.9 percent; sedentary lifestyle is
more prevalent among non-Hispanic whites at 21.8 percent than Hispanics at 16.7 percent; and smoking is more prevalent among
Hispanics at 25.1 percent than non-Hispanic whites at 17.4 percent.

State Health Department Web Site: www.maine.gov/dhhs

2012 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Air Pollution

12

7.8

All Determinants

11

All Outcomes

Rank

Value

Chlamydia

194.7

0.424

Cholesterol Check

80.5

31

-0.02

Dentists

37

48.3

Binge Drinking

18

17.3

Disparity in Health Status

34

30.9

Cancer Deaths

37

201.7

Drug Deaths

21

13.1

Cardiovascular Deaths

17

239.2

Fruits

1.07

Children in Poverty

19

17.7

Heart Attack

43

5.4

Diabetes

26

9.6

Heart Disease

44

5.2

0.082

High Blood Pressure

32

32.2

High School Graduation AFGR

17

79.9

High Cholesterol

42

40.9

Immunization - Children

24

90.38

Immunization - Adolescents

24

59.5

Infant Mortality

14

5.6

Immunization - Children

21

69

Infectious Disease

6.7

Income Disparity

20

0.4509

Lack of Health Insurance

9.7

Infectious Disease

-1.236

Low Birthweight

6.3

Low Health Status

20

16

25

27.8

Obesity - Youth

18

11.5

3.2

Personal Income, Per Capita

29

38802

Overall

15

0.404

Pertussis

16

4.0

Physical Inactivity

13

23

Physical Activity

13

77

Poor Mental Health Days

34

4.1

Preterm Birth

9.7

Poor Physical Health Days

38

4.3

Salmonella

10.1

Premature Death

16

6724

Stroke

25

2.8

Preventable Hospitalizations

20

59.3

Suicide

33

14.1

Primary Care Physicians

12

130

Teen Birth Rate

21.4

Public Health Funding

23

82.56

Underemployment Rate

27

15.1

Smoking

33

22.8

Unemployment Rate, Annual

24

123.2

0.9

16

15.2

Geographic Disparity

Obesity
Occupational Fatalities

Violent Crime

Measure

Vegetables
Youth Smoking

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10

10
28
25
24

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

0
1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

Strengths:
Low geographic disparity within the state
Low rate of uninsured population
Low violent crime rate
Ready access to early prenatal care

Challenges:
Low immunization coverage
High rate of cancer deaths

Highlights:
In the past five years, obesity increased from 22.7 percent to 27.4 percent of the population; 360,000 people in Maine are now
obese.
In the past ten years, diabetes increased from 6.0 percent to 8.7 percent of adults; 114,000 adults now have diabetes.
In the past ten years, the percentage of children in poverty increased from 8.9 percent to 17.8 percent of persons under age 18.
In the past year, geographic disparity within the state decreased from 7.8 percent to 6.7 percent.
Maine ranks higher for determinants than for outcomes, indicating that overall healthiness should improve over time.
While smoking has decreased from 23.8 percent to 18.2 percent of adults in the past ten years, 239,000 people still smoke in Maine.

Disparities:
In Maine, smoking is more prevalent among Hispanics at 23.2 percent than non-Hispanic whites at 17.6 percent. Whereas, obesity is
more prevalent among non-Hispanic whites at 26.7 percent than among Hispanics at 21.0 percent.

State Health Department Web Site: www.maine.gov/dhhs

2011 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Rank

Value

12

8.2

Chlamydia

184.4

0.425

Cholesterol Check

82.6

All Outcomes

18

0.151

Dental Visit, Annual

33

68.7

Binge Drinking

22

14.8

27.9

Cancer Deaths

38

204.2

Drug Deaths

23

12.7

Cardiovascular Deaths

20

242.1

Heart Attack

38

Children in Poverty

20

17.8

Heart Disease

42

5.2

Diabetes

25

8.7

High Blood Pressure

31

30

Early Prenatal Care

87.3

High Cholesterol

36

38.8

Geographic Disparity

0.067

Income Disparity

12

0.437

High School Graduation AFGR

18

79.1

Low Birthweight

6.7

Immunization - Children

36

89.13

23

14.7

Infant Mortality

12

5.9

Median Household Income

Infectious Disease

11

6.2

Personal Income, Per Capita

31

36717

9.7

Physical Activity

18

77.5

Obesity

24

27.4

Physical Inactivity

18

22.5

Occupational Fatalities

15

3.6

Preterm Birth

10.2

Overall

10

0.628

28

2.8

Poor Mental Health Days

34

3.7

Teen Birth Rate

26.1

Poor Physical Health Days

35

3.8

Underemployment Rate

25

15.2

Premature Death

18

6489

Unemployment Rate, Annual

17

7.9

Preventable Hospitalizations

20

63

Unemployment Rate, August

17

7.6

Primary Care Physicians

12

129.3

Public Health Funding

21

85.69

Smoking

28

18.2

122

Air Pollution
All Determinants

Lack of Health Insurance

Violent Crime

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Diet, Fruit & Vegetables

Low Health Status

Stroke

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21

Overall
Smoking
Diabetes
Obesity

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1990

1996
1993

2002
1999

2008
2005

2014
2011

Year
Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core measure is from the national
average.

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2010 Maine Core and Supplemental measures


Measure

Rank

Value

Rank

Value

15

8.8

Chlamydia

198.1

0.483

Cholesterol Check

82.6

All Outcomes

18

0.141

Dental Visit, Annual

23

71.5

Binge Drinking

25

15.4

Diabetes

25

8.3

Cancer Deaths

43

210.4

Diet, Fruit & Vegetables

27.9

Cardiovascular Deaths

18

250.1

Heart Attack

30

4.4

Children in Poverty

16

17.1

Heart Disease

42

4.7

Early Prenatal Care

87.4

High Blood Pressure

31

30

Geographic Disparity

0.078

High Cholesterol

36

38.8

High School Graduation AFGR

20

78.5

Income Disparity

11

0.436

Immunization - Children

25

90.38

Low Birthweight

6.3

Infant Mortality

17

6.3

Low Health Status

20

13.4

Infectious Disease

10

6.1

Median Household Income

10.3

Personal Income, Per Capita

31

36058

Obesity

21

26.4

Physical Activity

11

78.8

Occupational Fatalities

16

4.1

Physical Inactivity

11

21.2

0.624

10.6

Poor Mental Health Days

25

3.4

Stroke

20

2.4

Poor Physical Health Days

23

3.5

Teen Birth Rate

26.9

Premature Death

21

6651

Underemployment Rate

28

14.7

Preventable Hospitalizations

17

62.5

Unemployment Rate, Annual

21

Primary Care Physicians

12

127.7

Unemployment Rate, August

20

Public Health Funding

22

81.01

Smoking

20

17.3

119.8

Air Pollution
All Determinants

Lack of Health Insurance

Overall

Violent Crime

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Preterm Birth

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