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December 15, 2017

Data and Statistics - Adult

Vaccine Type

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● Shingles vaccination coverage among Idaho adults ≥65 years of age exceeds the Healthy People 2020 goal, though there is still room for improvement, especially in adults 60–64 years of age.

  

  

Notes:

* Data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and National Immunization Survey(NIS)-Flu, accessed through CDC’s AdultVaxView

† Herpes zoster vaccination was determined by asking respondents ≥50 years of age if they had ever received a shingles or zoster vaccine.

‡ n is the number of adults sampled for each location.

§ Vertical bars above and below each point estimate indicate a 95% confidence interval.

‖HHS Region 10 represents Idaho, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.

¶Race/ethnicity is based on self-report. 

● Tetanus (Td or Tdap) vaccination coverage among Idaho adults is on
par with the US; the US rate remains low.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

* Data from the
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) accessed through CDC’s AdultVaxView.

† Estimates for the United States exclude U.S. territories.

‡ n is the number of adults sampled for each location.

§ Vertical bars above and below each point estimate indicate a 95% confidence interval. 

II‖ HHS Region 10 represents Idaho, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.

¶ Tetanus vaccination was determined by asking respondents if they had received a tetanus shot since 2005. Vaccinated respondents included adults who received a tetanus diphtheria toxoid vaccine (Td) or tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis vaccine (Tdap) since 2005. 

# Race/ethnicity is based on self-report. Persons of Hispanic ethnicity may be of any race. Persons categorized at white, black, or other or multiple races were identified as non-Hispanic. The other or multiple races category included persons reporting Asian, American Indian and Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, other, or multiple races. Persons identified as multiple races in the other or multiple races category had more than one race category
selected.

** Healthy People 2020 target not available for tetanus.

● Overall, pneumococcal vaccination coverage rates among Idaho adults are below the Healthy People 2020 goal.                                                                                                                                        

● Idaho adults ≥65 years of age have higher vaccination coverage rates than adults 18–64 years of age at increased risk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

* During 2008–2010, adults were considered at increased risk for pneumococcal disease or its complications if they self-reported one or more of the following; 1) having current asthma; 2) ever being told by a health professional they have diabetes, myocardial infarction, angina, or coronary heart disease; or 3) being a current smoker. During 2011–2015, adults were considered at increased risk for pneumococcal disease if they self-reported any of the previous conditions, or
self-reported ever being told by a health professional they have chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema or chronic bronchitis, or cancer (excluding skin cancer).

† Data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), accessed through CDC’s AdultVaxView.

‡ n is the number of adults sampled for each year in Idaho.

§ Vertical bars above and below each point estimate indicate a 95% confidence interval. In some graphs, confidence intervals for US point estimates are obscured by the point estimate marker.

II HHS Region 10 represents Idaho, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.

¶ The other or multiple race category includes persons identifying as Asian, American Indian and Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, other races, or multiple races. Persons identifying as multiple races selected more than one race category.

● Seasonal influenza vaccination coverage among Idaho adults remains low compared with US and regional rates. Pregnant women and adults ≥65 years of age have the highest seasonal influenza vaccination coverage, although overall, Idaho is not on target to meet Healthy People 2020 goals.                               

● Seasonal influenza vaccination coverage among households with an income of ≥$75,000 a year is higher than among households who make ≤$24,999 a year.

● Seasonal influenza vaccination coverage among adults who have either healthcare coverage or a personal healthcare provider is almost double the coverage rates of adults who do not have either healthcare coverage or a personal healthcare provider.                                                                                                                                            

● Seasonal influenza vaccination coverage among college graduates is higher than among those who have no education beyond high school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

* Data from
the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and National
Immunization Survey (NIS)-Flu, accessed through CDC’s FluVaxView.

† Coverage estimates are for persons interviewed September through June (before the 2012-13 Influenza season) or September (BRFSS) and October (NIS-Flu) through June (2012-13 Influenza season through present) who reported being vaccinated August through May (before the 2012-13 Influenza season) or July through May (2012-13 Influenza season through present). National estimates exclude the U.S.
territories.

‡ n is the number of adults sampled for each year in Idaho.

§ Vertical bars above and below each point estimate indicate a 95% confidence interval. In some graphs, confidence intervals for US point estimates are obscured by the point estimate marker.

II HHS Region 10 represents Idaho, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.

Specific Adult Populations 

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● Improvement is needed in seasonal influenza vaccination coverage among pregnant women for Idaho to achieve the Healthy People 2020 target.



● Idaho adults ≥65 years of age have higher vaccination coverage rates than adults 18–64 years of age at increased risk.

 

 

 

Pending Data

Pending data

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