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General Population
Total Population 5,155,344
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 746,505
Total Medicare Spending $ 6,619,047,600
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 1,260,621 24.5%
18-64 3,267,403 63.4%
65+ 627,320 12.2%
Gender
Male 2,566,196 49.8%
Female 2,589,148 50.2%
Race
White 4,534,207 88.0%
Black 222,077 4.3%
Asian 177,318 3.4%
Other 221,742 4.3%
Hispanic (not additive) 196,934 3.8%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 224,000 4.35% $ 1,750,600,000
Age
Under 18 1,506 0.1% $ 11,772,918
18-64 132,220 4.0% $ 1,033,323,812
65+ 90,273 14.4% $ 705,503,270
Gender
Male 116,621 4.5% $ 911,411,696
Female 107,379 4.1% $ 839,188,304
Race
White 181,231 4.0% $ 1,416,351,828
Black 15,545 7.0% $ 121,487,748
Asian 7,655 4.3% $ 59,822,868
Other 19,569 8.8% $ 152,937,555
Hispanic (not additive) 12,510 6.4% $ 97,769,181
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 107,393 14.4% $ 839,292,006
Age
Under 65 15,898 16.4% $ 124,246,754
65+ 91,494 14.1% $ 715,045,252
Gender
Male 50,503 15.0% $ 394,689,463
Female 56,890 13.9% $ 444,602,543
Race
White 100,257 14.1% $ 783,527,217
Black NSD NSD NSD
Asian n/a n/a n/a
Other NSD NSD NSD
Hispanic (not additive) NSD NSD NSD
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 1
General Population
Total Population 627,854
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 68,002
Total Medicare Spending $ 602,957,290
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 147,451 23.5%
18-64 385,843 61.5% Rep. Tim Walz (D)
65+ 94,560 15.1%
Gender
Male 311,279 49.6% Contact:
Female 316,575 50.4%
1722 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2472
Race
White 589,488 93.9%
Black 8,910 1.4% Website:
Asian 13,357 2.1%
http://walz.house.gov
Other 16,099 2.6%
Hispanic (not additive) 23,896 3.8%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 31,145 4.96% $ 243,400,000
Age
Under 18 191 0.1% $ 1,495,719
18-64 16,777 4.3% $ 131,116,570
65+ 14,176 15.0% $ 110,787,712
Gender
Male 16,169 5.2% $ 126,362,204
Female 14,976 4.7% $ 117,037,796
Race
White 28,020 4.8% $ 218,977,427
Black 757 8.5% $ 5,917,526
Asian 721 5.4% $ 5,638,332
Other 1,646 10.2% $ 12,866,715
Hispanic (not additive) 1,790 7.5% $ 13,987,464
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 14,932 22.0% $ 116,694,001
Age
Under 65 2,210 25.0% $ 17,274,880
65+ 12,721 21.5% $ 99,418,034
Gender
Male 7,022 22.9% $ 54,876,921
Female 7,910 21.1% $ 61,817,080
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 2
General Population
Total Population 707,057
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 45,959
Total Medicare Spending $ 407,504,003
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 195,609 27.7%
18-64 453,784 64.2% Rep. John Kline (R)
65+ 57,664 8.2%
Gender
Male 353,481 50.0% Contact:
Female 353,576 50.0%
1210 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2271
Race
White 639,730 90.5%
Black 19,546 2.8% Website:
Asian 25,129 3.6%
http://kline.house.gov
Other 22,652 3.2%
Hispanic (not additive) 25,400 3.6%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 21,049 2.98% $ 164,500,000
Age
Under 18 187 0.1% $ 1,458,805
18-64 14,507 3.2% $ 113,371,090
65+ 6,356 11.0% $ 49,670,106
Gender
Male 11,015 3.1% $ 86,082,431
Female 10,034 2.8% $ 78,417,569
Race
White 17,907 2.8% $ 139,946,952
Black 978 5.0% $ 7,644,740
Asian 799 3.2% $ 6,246,824
Other 1,364 6.0% $ 10,661,485
Hispanic (not additive) 1,120 4.4% $ 8,755,679
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 10,091 22.0% $ 78,866,734
Age
Under 65 1,494 25.0% $ 11,675,094
65+ 8,597 21.5% $ 67,190,906
Gender
Male 4,746 22.9% $ 37,088,141
Female 5,346 21.1% $ 41,778,594
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 3
General Population
Total Population 650,437
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 57,134
Total Medicare Spending $ 506,593,122
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 169,836 26.1%
18-64 408,703 62.8% Rep. Erik
65+ 71,898 11.1% Paulsen (R)
Gender
Male 320,013 49.2% Contact:
Female 330,424 50.8%
126 Cannon HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2871
Race
White 547,113 84.1%
Black 41,488 6.4% Website:
Asian 36,656 5.6%
http://paulsen.house.gov
Other 25,180 3.9%
Hispanic (not additive) 20,661 3.2%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 26,167 4.02% $ 204,500,000
Age
Under 18 200 0.1% $ 1,566,908
18-64 16,163 4.0% $ 126,318,321
65+ 9,803 13.6% $ 76,614,771
Gender
Male 13,486 4.2% $ 105,393,759
Female 12,681 3.8% $ 99,106,241
Race
White 19,964 3.6% $ 156,019,756
Black 2,707 6.5% $ 21,152,570
Asian 1,520 4.1% $ 11,878,592
Other 1,977 7.9% $ 15,449,083
Hispanic (not additive) 1,188 5.7% $ 9,284,175
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 12,545 22.0% $ 98,044,056
Age
Under 65 1,857 25.0% $ 14,514,022
65+ 10,688 21.5% $ 83,529,121
Gender
Male 5,900 22.9% $ 46,106,533
Female 6,646 21.1% $ 51,937,522
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 4
General Population
Total Population 600,252
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 62,526
Total Medicare Spending $ 554,403,622
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 146,504 24.4%
18-64 380,124 63.3%
65+ 73,624 12.3% Rep. Betty McCollum (D)
Gender
Male 291,064 48.5% Contact:
Female 309,188 51.5%
1714 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-6631
Race
White 469,113 78.2%
Black 50,864 8.5% Website:
Asian 47,691 7.9%
http://mccollum.house.gov
Other 32,584 5.4%
Hispanic (not additive) 38,027 6.3%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 28,637 4.77% $ 223,800,000
Age
Under 18 196 0.1% $ 1,533,261
18-64 17,053 4.5% $ 133,271,278
65+ 11,388 15.5% $ 88,995,461
Gender
Male 14,555 5.0% $ 113,752,879
Female 14,081 4.6% $ 110,047,121
Race
White 19,630 4.2% $ 153,411,767
Black 3,805 7.5% $ 29,739,235
Asian 2,268 4.8% $ 17,722,907
Other 2,934 9.0% $ 22,926,091
Hispanic (not additive) 2,507 6.6% $ 19,595,785
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 13,729 22.0% $ 107,297,113
Age
Under 65 2,032 25.0% $ 15,883,805
65+ 11,697 21.5% $ 91,412,309
Gender
Male 6,456 22.9% $ 50,457,908
Female 7,273 21.1% $ 56,839,205
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 5
General Population
Total Population 590,659
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 64,287
Total Medicare Spending $ 570,010,158
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 124,140 21.0%
18-64 402,158 68.1% Rep. Keith Ellison (D)
65+ 64,361 10.9%
Gender
Male 296,059 50.1% Contact:
Female 294,600 49.9%
1122 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-4755
Race
White 431,740 73.1%
Black 81,067 13.7% Website:
Asian 28,493 4.8%
http://ellison.house.gov
Other 49,359 8.4%
Hispanic (not additive) 49,840 8.4%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 29,443 4.98% $ 230,100,000
Age
Under 18 174 0.1% $ 1,358,271
18-64 18,862 4.7% $ 147,406,357
65+ 10,407 16.2% $ 81,335,372
Gender
Male 15,446 5.2% $ 120,709,703
Female 13,997 4.8% $ 109,390,297
Race
White 17,772 4.1% $ 138,892,632
Black 5,966 7.4% $ 46,627,174
Asian 1,333 4.7% $ 10,416,275
Other 4,371 8.9% $ 34,163,919
Hispanic (not additive) 3,233 6.5% $ 25,265,294
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 14,116 22.0% $ 110,317,542
Age
Under 65 2,090 25.0% $ 16,330,937
65+ 12,026 21.5% $ 93,985,578
Gender
Male 6,638 22.9% $ 51,878,305
Female 7,478 21.1% $ 58,439,237
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 6
General Population
Total Population 720,572
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 45,568
Total Medicare Spending $ 404,035,884
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 192,573 26.7%
18-64 468,069 65.0% Rep. Michele
65+ 59,930 8.3% Bachmann (R)
Gender
Male 365,449 50.7% Contact:
Female 355,123 49.3%
107 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2331
Race
White 671,451 93.2%
Black 11,807 1.6% Website:
Asian 18,346 2.5%
http://bachmann.house.gov
Other 18,968 2.6%
Hispanic (not additive) 12,542 1.7%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 20,870 2.90% $ 163,100,000
Age
Under 18 176 0.1% $ 1,377,887
18-64 14,356 3.1% $ 112,194,837
65+ 6,337 10.6% $ 49,527,276
Gender
Male 11,072 3.0% $ 86,526,050
Female 9,798 2.8% $ 76,573,950
Race
White 18,579 2.8% $ 145,201,568
Black 584 4.9% $ 4,564,935
Asian 577 3.1% $ 4,508,330
Other 1,129 6.0% $ 8,825,167
Hispanic (not additive) 547 4.4% $ 4,273,790
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 10,006 22.0% $ 78,195,528
Age
Under 65 1,481 25.0% $ 11,575,731
65+ 8,524 21.5% $ 66,619,069
Gender
Male 4,705 22.9% $ 36,772,497
Female 5,300 21.1% $ 41,423,031
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 7
General Population
Total Population 615,090
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 73,450
Total Medicare Spending $ 651,263,236
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 142,443 23.2%
18-64 368,959 60.0% Rep. Colinn
65+ 103,688 16.9% Peterson (D)
Gender
Male 306,374 49.8% Contact:
Female 308,716 50.2%
2211 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2165
Race
White 576,801 93.8%
Black 3,255 0.5% Website:
Asian 4,212 0.7%
collinpeterson.house.gov
Other 30,822 5.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 19,694 3.2%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 33,640 5.47% $ 262,900,000
Age
Under 18 196 0.1% $ 1,529,841
18-64 16,986 4.6% $ 132,748,036
65+ 16,458 15.9% $ 128,622,123
Gender
Male 17,542 5.7% $ 137,093,022
Female 16,098 5.2% $ 125,806,978
Race
White 29,681 5.1% $ 231,965,937
Black 299 9.2% $ 2,340,385
Asian 246 5.8% $ 1,924,881
Other 3,412 11.1% $ 26,668,798
Hispanic (not additive) 1,597 8.1% $ 12,480,200
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 16,128 22.0% $ 126,042,945
Age
Under 65 2,388 25.0% $ 18,658,858
65+ 13,740 21.5% $ 107,382,913
Gender
Male 7,584 22.9% $ 59,273,387
Female 8,544 21.1% $ 66,769,558
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.
       
       
MN - Congressional District 8
General Population
Total Population 643,423
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 72,165
Total Medicare Spending $ 639,867,987
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 142,065 22.1%
18-64 399,763 62.1% Rep. Jim Oberstar (D)
65+ 101,595 15.8%
Gender
Male 322,477 50.1% Contact:
Female 320,946 49.9%
2365 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-6211
Race
White 608,771 94.6%
Black 5,140 0.8% Website:
Asian 3,434 0.5%
http://oberstar.house.gov
Other 26,078 4.1%
Hispanic (not additive) 6,874 1.1%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 33,051 5.14% $ 258,300,000
Age
Under 18 186 0.1% $ 1,452,227
18-64 17,517 4.4% $ 136,897,324
65+ 15,348 15.1% $ 119,950,448
Gender
Male 17,337 5.4% $ 135,491,649
Female 15,714 4.9% $ 122,808,351
Race
White 29,678 4.9% $ 231,935,789
Black 448 8.7% $ 3,501,185
Asian 190 5.5% $ 1,486,728
Other 2,735 10.5% $ 21,376,298
Hispanic (not additive) 528 7.7% $ 4,126,794
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 15,846 22.0% $ 123,837,553
Age
Under 65 2,346 25.0% $ 18,332,381
65+ 13,500 21.5% $ 105,504,019
Gender
Male 7,452 22.9% $ 58,236,272
Female 8,394 21.1% $ 65,601,281
Note: The above data are best estimates calculated from available data, including Diabetes spending from the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes prevalence from the CDC, population demographics from Census ACS 2007, the CMS Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey, and Medicare data from Kaiser Family Fund. Some numbers may not be additive due to rounding errors. In some cases, the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the Medicare 65+ population exceeds the estimated Diabetes Prevalence for the General 65+ population. This discrepancy is due to more recent Medicare data available and diabetes patients moving over time from the 18-64 non-Medicare population into the Medicare 65+ population, as well as the difficulty in applying National prevalence rates by age and gender to Congressional District populations of varying demographic breakdowns.