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General Population
Total Population 2,906,118
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 476,564
Total Medicare Spending $ 5,104,367,400
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 765,206 26.3%
18-64 1,781,220 61.3%
65+ 359,692 12.4%
Gender
Male 1,409,830 48.5%
Female 1,496,288 51.5%
Race
White 1,747,239 60.1%
Black 1,077,398 37.1%
Asian 23,584 0.8%
Other 57,897 2.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 50,978 1.8%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 241,000 8.29% $ 1,237,500,000
Age
Under 18 1,823 0.2% $ 9,358,857
18-64 141,340 7.9% $ 725,761,283
65+ 97,837 27.2% $ 502,379,860
Gender
Male 122,387 8.7% $ 628,440,284
Female 118,613 7.9% $ 609,059,716
Race
White 108,584 6.2% $ 557,562,767
Black 122,962 11.4% $ 631,391,974
Asian 1,668 7.1% $ 8,563,112
Other 7,786 13.4% $ 39,982,147
Hispanic (not additive) 4,986 9.8% $ 25,602,891
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 133,509 28.0% $ 685,549,756
Age
Under 65 35,859 31.4% $ 184,130,608
65+ 97,650 27.0% $ 501,419,148
Gender
Male 62,785 29.3% $ 322,389,899
Female 70,724 27.0% $ 363,159,857
Race
White 79,734 23.9% $ 409,420,482
Black 50,978 38.2% $ 261,764,967
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.
       
       
MS - Congressional District 1
General Population
Total Population 757,113
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 111,563
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,194,929,541
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 197,507 26.1%
18-64 463,504 61.2% Rep. Travis
65+ 96,102 12.7% Childers (D)
Gender
Male 367,651 48.6% Contact:
Female 389,462 51.4%
1708 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-4306
Race
White 534,672 70.6%
Black 205,888 27.2% Website:
Asian 4,064 0.5%
http://childers.house.gov
Other 12,489 1.6%
Hispanic (not additive) 14,868 2.0%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 56,418 7.45% $ 289,700,000
Age
Under 18 415 0.2% $ 2,133,028
18-64 32,657 7.0% $ 167,692,009
65+ 23,345 24.3% $ 119,874,963
Gender
Male 28,715 7.8% $ 147,449,335
Female 27,703 7.1% $ 142,250,665
Race
White 32,288 6.0% $ 165,793,185
Black 22,229 10.8% $ 114,142,752
Asian 279 6.9% $ 1,432,024
Other 1,623 13.0% $ 8,332,039
Hispanic (not additive) 1,415 9.5% $ 7,264,759
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 31,254 28.0% $ 160,487,790
Age
Under 65 8,395 31.4% $ 43,105,196
65+ 22,860 27.0% $ 117,382,593
Gender
Male 14,698 29.3% $ 75,472,259
Female 16,556 27.0% $ 85,015,530
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.
       
       
MS - Congressional District 2
General Population
Total Population 686,847
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 138,791
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,486,556,058
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 191,487 27.9%
18-64 417,647 60.8% Rep. Bennie
65+ 77,713 11.3% Thompson (D)
Gender
Male 327,832 47.7% Contact:
Female 359,015 52.3%
2432 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5876
Race
White 222,301 32.4%
Black 449,922 65.5% Website:
Asian 3,439 0.5%
benniethompson.house.gov
Other 11,185 1.6%
Hispanic (not additive) 8,157 1.2%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 70,187 10.22% $ 360,400,000
Age
Under 18 580 0.3% $ 2,979,980
18-64 42,403 10.2% $ 217,735,020
65+ 27,203 35.0% $ 139,685,000
Gender
Male 35,140 10.7% $ 180,439,951
Female 35,047 9.8% $ 179,960,049
Race
White 14,794 6.7% $ 75,963,616
Black 53,532 11.9% $ 274,877,705
Asian 260 7.6% $ 1,335,407
Other 1,601 14.3% $ 8,223,271
Hispanic (not additive) 855 10.5% $ 4,392,220
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 38,882 28.0% $ 199,654,123
Age
Under 65 10,443 31.4% $ 53,624,828
65+ 28,439 27.0% $ 146,029,295
Gender
Male 18,285 29.3% $ 93,890,929
Female 20,597 27.0% $ 105,763,193
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.
       
       
MS - Congressional District 3
General Population
Total Population 738,183
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 121,269
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,298,880,659
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 188,615 25.6%
18-64 452,349 61.3% Rep. Gregg Harper (R)
65+ 97,219 13.2%
Gender
Male 357,497 48.4% Contact:
Female 380,686 51.6%
307 Cannon HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5031
Race
White 464,030 62.9%
Black 253,267 34.3% Website:
Asian 6,126 0.8%
http://harper.house.gov
Other 14,760 2.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 9,890 1.3%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 61,326 8.31% $ 314,900,000
Age
Under 18 435 0.2% $ 2,235,318
18-64 34,975 7.7% $ 179,589,753
65+ 25,916 26.7% $ 133,074,929
Gender
Male 31,133 8.7% $ 159,864,947
Female 30,193 7.9% $ 155,035,053
Race
White 29,781 6.4% $ 152,919,009
Black 29,061 11.5% $ 149,221,738
Asian 447 7.3% $ 2,294,086
Other 2,038 13.8% $ 10,465,167
Hispanic (not additive) 1,000 10.1% $ 5,135,717
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 33,973 28.0% $ 174,448,067
Age
Under 65 9,125 31.4% $ 46,854,768
65+ 24,848 27.0% $ 127,593,299
Gender
Male 15,977 29.3% $ 82,037,330
Female 17,997 27.0% $ 92,410,737
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.
       
       
MS - Congressional District 4
General Population
Total Population 723,975
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 104,941
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,123,997,940
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 187,597 25.9%
18-64 447,720 61.8%
65+ 88,658 12.2% Rep. Gene Taylor (D)
Gender
Male 356,850 49.3% Contact:
Female 367,125 50.7%
2269 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5772
Race
White 526,236 72.7%
Black 168,321 23.2% Website:
Asian 9,955 1.4%
http://taylor.house.gov
Other 19,463 2.7%
Hispanic (not additive) 18,063 2.5%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 53,069 7.33% $ 272,500,000
Age
Under 18 392 0.2% $ 2,010,530
18-64 31,305 7.0% $ 160,744,483
65+ 21,373 24.1% $ 109,744,986
Gender
Male 27,398 7.7% $ 140,686,039
Female 25,671 7.0% $ 131,813,961
Race
White 31,722 6.0% $ 162,886,944
Black 18,141 10.8% $ 93,149,836
Asian 682 6.9% $ 3,501,582
Other 2,524 13.0% $ 12,961,639
Hispanic (not additive) 1,716 9.5% $ 8,810,185
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 29,399 28.0% $ 150,959,346
Age
Under 65 7,896 31.4% $ 40,545,965
65+ 21,503 27.0% $ 110,413,382
Gender
Male 13,825 29.3% $ 70,991,338
Female 15,574 27.0% $ 79,968,008
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.