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General Population
Total Population 1,942,847
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 292,363
Total Medicare Spending $ 2,173,888,200
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 497,695 25.6%
18-64 1,202,600 61.9%
65+ 242,552 12.5%
Gender
Male 959,161 49.4%
Female 983,686 50.6%
Race
White 1,335,326 68.7%
Black 42,492 2.2%
Asian 26,545 1.4%
Other 538,484 27.7%
Hispanic (not additive) 856,878 44.1%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 110,000 5.66% $ 877,000,000
Age
Under 18 796 0.2% $ 6,345,635
18-64 64,318 5.3% $ 512,791,187
65+ 44,886 18.5% $ 357,863,178
Gender
Male 56,895 5.9% $ 453,607,777
Female 53,105 5.4% $ 423,392,223
Race
White 57,005 4.3% $ 454,489,240
Black 3,208 7.5% $ 25,574,402
Asian 1,252 4.7% $ 9,984,637
Other 48,534 9.0% $ 386,951,720
Hispanic (not additive) 57,759 6.7% $ 460,494,096
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 57,555 19.7% $ 458,870,908
Age
Under 65 11,071 22.3% $ 88,268,622
65+ 46,484 19.2% $ 370,602,286
Gender
Male 27,066 20.6% $ 215,790,822
Female 30,489 19.0% $ 243,080,086
Race
White 25,912 17.0% $ 206,587,385
Black NSD NSD NSD
Asian n/a n/a n/a
Other 3,867 18.9% $ 30,830,049
Hispanic (not additive) 26,183 23.0% $ 208,753,220
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.
       
       
NM - Congressional District 1
General Population
Total Population 668,643
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 80,605
Total Medicare Spending $ 599,344,499
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 165,770 24.8%
18-64 424,627 63.5% Rep. Martin
65+ 78,246 11.7% Heinrich (D)
Gender
Male 329,296 49.2% Contact:
Female 339,347 50.8%
1505 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-6316
Race
White 459,161 68.7%
Black 19,804 3.0% Website:
Asian 14,383 2.2%
http://heinrich.house.gov
Other 175,295 26.2%
Hispanic (not additive) 301,598 45.1%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 35,759 5.35% $ 285,100,000
Age
Under 18 253 0.2% $ 2,017,272
18-64 21,712 5.1% $ 173,105,529
65+ 13,794 17.6% $ 109,977,199
Gender
Male 18,447 5.6% $ 147,071,588
Female 17,313 5.1% $ 138,028,412
Race
White 18,489 4.0% $ 147,407,224
Black 1,426 7.2% $ 11,366,971
Asian 658 4.6% $ 5,247,115
Other 15,187 8.7% $ 121,078,690
Hispanic (not additive) 19,137 6.3% $ 152,570,875
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 18,710 23.2% $ 149,172,095
Age
Under 65 3,599 26.4% $ 28,694,019
65+ 15,111 22.7% $ 120,478,076
Gender
Male 8,799 24.3% $ 70,150,151
Female 9,912 22.4% $ 79,021,945
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.
       
       
NM - Congressional District 2
General Population
Total Population 629,931
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 86,542
Total Medicare Spending $ 643,491,235
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 164,634 26.1%
18-64 378,528 60.1% Rep. Harry Teague (D)
65+ 86,769 13.8%
Gender
Male 314,083 49.9% Contact:
Female 315,848 50.1%
1007 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2365
Race
White 472,023 74.9%
Black 12,145 1.9% Website:
Asian 5,166 0.8%
http://teague.house.gov
Other 140,597 22.3%
Hispanic (not additive) 310,941 49.4%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 38,393 6.09% $ 306,100,000
Age
Under 18 276 0.2% $ 2,203,794
18-64 21,291 5.6% $ 169,743,936
65+ 16,826 19.4% $ 134,152,270
Gender
Male 20,040 6.4% $ 159,773,920
Female 18,353 5.8% $ 146,326,080
Race
White 22,594 4.8% $ 180,134,089
Black 1,039 8.6% $ 8,286,447
Asian 281 5.4% $ 2,240,291
Other 14,479 10.3% $ 115,439,174
Hispanic (not additive) 23,453 7.5% $ 186,982,146
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 20,088 23.2% $ 160,159,868
Age
Under 65 3,864 26.4% $ 30,807,574
65+ 16,224 22.7% $ 129,352,295
Gender
Male 9,447 24.3% $ 75,317,296
Female 10,642 22.4% $ 84,842,572
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.
       
       
NM - Congressional District 3
General Population
Total Population 644,273
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 80,803
Total Medicare Spending $ 600,816,057
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 167,291 26.0%
18-64 399,445 62.0% Rep. Ben R. Lujan (D)
65+ 77,537 12.0%
Gender
Male 315,782 49.0% Contact:
Female 328,491 51.0%
502 Cannon HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Ph: (202) 225-6190
Race
White 404,142 62.7%
Black 10,543 1.6% Website:
Asian 6,996 1.1%
http://lujan.house.gov
Other 222,592 34.5%
Hispanic (not additive) 244,339 37.9%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 35,847 5.56% $ 285,800,000
Age
Under 18 266 0.2% $ 2,124,569
18-64 21,315 5.3% $ 169,941,723
65+ 14,265 18.4% $ 113,733,708
Gender
Male 18,408 5.8% $ 146,762,269
Female 17,439 5.3% $ 139,037,731
Race
White 15,923 3.9% $ 126,947,928
Black 743 7.0% $ 5,920,984
Asian 313 4.5% $ 2,497,231
Other 18,869 8.5% $ 150,433,857
Hispanic (not additive) 15,169 6.2% $ 120,941,075
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 18,756 23.2% $ 149,538,355
Age
Under 65 3,608 26.4% $ 28,764,471
65+ 15,148 22.7% $ 120,773,884
Gender
Male 8,820 24.3% $ 70,322,389
Female 9,936 22.4% $ 79,215,965
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.