Preventable Hospitalizations Under 65 from Asthma


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Preventable Hospitalizations Under 65 from Asthma Per 100,000, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountRateCountRate
1993-95 680 129.10 52,197 151.10
1994-96 700 130.60 52,185 147.90
1995-97 638 116.90 54,698 151.70
1996-98 562 101.20 53,156 144.20
1997-99 536 94.70 54,382 144.10
1998-00 530 91.60 54,159 139.90
1999-01 604 102.10 57,320 144.40
2000-02 627 104.20 58,398 143.90
2001-03 691 113.50 62,137 150.10
2002-04 668 108.40 64,012 150.90
2003-05 651 104.10 64,434 148.10
2004-06 612 96.20 61,624 138.30
2005-07 656 101.40 60,547 133.50
2006-08 684 104.40 60,136 130.90
2007-09 718 108.70 62,482 135.10
2008-10 698 105.40 64,380 138.70
2009-11 742 112.20 65,637 141.00
2010-12 825 125.20 64,558 138.30
2011-13 1,006 153.30 63,439 135.00
2012-14 1,155 176.10 62,395 131.70
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Preventable Hospitalizations Under 65 from Asthma Per 100,000, 2012-14
CountySortCountSortRateSort
Florida 62,395 131.67
Alachua 1,155 176.06
Baker 78 108.31
Bay 399 92.15
Bradford 107 153.10
Brevard 1,405 107.98
Broward 6,852 151.71
Calhoun 29 78.34
Charlotte 498 155.18
Citrus 305 106.35
Clay 462 90.67
Collier 475 64.80
Columbia 310 181.66
Miami-Dade 7,688 116.69
DeSoto 70 82.99
Dixie 60 152.30
Duval 4,208 182.76
Escambia 1,012 132.76
Flagler 185 82.13
Franklin 21 73.91
Gadsden 193 155.91
Gilchrist 55 131.46
Glades 30 101.05
Gulf 30 75.95
Hamilton 33 87.61
Hardee 58 80.36
Hendry 149 149.00
Hernando 540 138.28
Highlands 303 149.58
Hillsborough 4,434 132.49
Holmes 19 38.66
Indian River 139 45.38
Jackson 103 82.25
Jefferson 46 128.67
Lafayette 19 84.27
Lake 887 127.31
Lee 2,058 138.50
Leon 660 88.26
Levy 175 179.79
Liberty 15 65.12
Madison 37 76.78
Manatee 785 102.62
Marion 748 100.30
Martin 238 73.99
Monroe 145 82.04
Nassau 235 126.83
Okaloosa 458 95.69
Okeechobee 189 190.78
Orange 5,573 172.58
Osceola 1,781 231.67
Palm Beach 4,618 146.72
Pasco 1,437 127.13
Pinellas 2,519 117.29
Polk 2,924 194.16
Putnam 200 113.75
St. Johns 424 83.77
St. Lucie 1,001 146.57
Santa Rosa 276 67.10
Sarasota 550 69.57
Seminole 1,094 97.35
Sumter 208 123.09
Suwannee 160 148.84
Taylor 96 168.43
Union 81 194.17
Volusia 1,180 100.86
Wakulla 63 76.64
Walton 71 49.11
Washington 39 62.49

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Data Source: Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). Click to view Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions ICD-9-CM Codes

Data Note(s): ICD9-CM code(s): 493
  • Data based on principal diagnosis codes only.
  • Data are suppressed in instances in which a county has between 1 and 4 reported hospitalizations for a particular time period. Rates are suppressed in these instances as well.
  • Chart will be invisible if there is no series/trend

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