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General Population
Total Population 4,330,933
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 714,008
Total Medicare Spending $ 6,463,234,800
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 1,048,897 24.2%
18-64 2,727,517 63.0%
65+ 554,519 12.8%
Gender
Male 2,107,584 48.7%
Female 2,223,349 51.3%
Race
White 2,914,868 67.3%
Black 1,238,010 28.6%
Asian 50,276 1.2%
Other 127,779 3.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 155,282 3.6%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 314,000 7.25% $ 1,815,800,000
Age
Under 18 2,106 0.2% $ 12,179,159
18-64 183,363 6.7% $ 1,060,351,309
65+ 128,531 23.2% $ 743,269,532
Gender
Male 160,025 7.6% $ 925,392,187
Female 153,975 6.9% $ 890,407,813
Race
White 165,069 5.7% $ 954,560,455
Black 130,287 10.5% $ 753,426,773
Asian 3,171 6.3% $ 18,335,768
Other 15,473 12.1% $ 89,477,003
Hispanic (not additive) 13,664 8.8% $ 79,013,396
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 172,998 24.2% $ 1,000,412,890
Age
Under 65 40,849 27.2% $ 236,222,475
65+ 132,149 23.4% $ 764,190,416
Gender
Male 74,367 25.4% $ 430,048,825
Female 98,631 23.4% $ 570,364,065
Race
White 107,365 20.9% $ 620,871,114
Black 61,971 33.4% $ 358,363,914
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 1
General Population
Total Population 780,300
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 114,391
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,035,471,001
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 185,045 23.7%
18-64 495,016 63.4% Rep. Henry
65+ 100,239 12.8% Brown, Jr. (R)
Gender
Male 379,407 48.6% Contact:
Female 400,893 51.4%
103 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-3176
Race
White 580,387 74.4%
Black 159,275 20.4% Website:
Asian 12,855 1.6%
http://brown.house.gov
Other 27,783 3.6%
Hispanic (not additive) 28,463 3.6%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 48,195 6.18% $ 278,700,000
Age
Under 18 315 0.2% $ 1,819,397
18-64 28,195 5.7% $ 163,047,464
65+ 19,685 19.6% $ 113,833,140
Gender
Male 24,560 6.5% $ 142,028,047
Female 23,634 5.9% $ 136,671,953
Race
White 29,772 5.1% $ 172,163,757
Black 14,607 9.2% $ 84,471,409
Asian 749 5.8% $ 4,333,247
Other 3,066 11.0% $ 17,731,587
Hispanic (not additive) 2,301 8.1% $ 13,304,364
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 26,553 23.2% $ 153,549,499
Age
Under 65 6,270 26.4% $ 36,256,740
65+ 20,283 22.7% $ 117,292,759
Gender
Male 11,414 24.3% $ 66,006,633
Female 20,283 22.4% $ 117,292,759
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 2
General Population
Total Population 755,188
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 112,339
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,016,894,198
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 187,119 24.8%
18-64 476,380 63.1% Rep. Joe Wilson (R)
65+ 91,689 12.1%
Gender
Male 370,105 49.0% Contact:
Female 385,083 51.0%
212 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-2452
Race
White 514,407 68.1%
Black 205,166 27.2% Website:
Asian 10,374 1.4%
joewilson.house.gov
Other 25,241 3.3%
Hispanic (not additive) 35,594 4.7%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 47,330 6.27% $ 273,700,000
Age
Under 18 331 0.2% $ 1,915,567
18-64 28,251 5.9% $ 163,372,086
65+ 18,747 20.4% $ 108,412,347
Gender
Male 24,302 6.6% $ 140,534,064
Female 23,028 6.0% $ 133,165,936
Race
White 25,701 5.0% $ 148,623,582
Black 18,327 8.9% $ 105,980,098
Asian 589 5.7% $ 3,405,998
Other 2,713 10.7% $ 15,690,321
Hispanic (not additive) 2,802 7.9% $ 16,204,926
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 26,076 23.2% $ 150,794,754
Age
Under 65 6,157 26.4% $ 35,606,278
65+ 19,919 22.7% $ 115,188,475
Gender
Male 11,210 24.3% $ 64,822,446
Female 19,919 22.4% $ 115,188,475
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 3
General Population
Total Population 694,669
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 123,010
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,113,493,574
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 160,956 23.2%
18-64 433,575 62.4% Rep. J. Gresham
65+ 100,138 14.4% Barrett (R)
Gender
Male 338,708 48.8% Contact:
Female 355,961 51.2%
439 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5301
Race
White 531,864 76.6%
Black 138,773 20.0% Website:
Asian 5,103 0.7%
http://barrett.house.gov
Other 18,929 2.7%
Hispanic (not additive) 20,788 3.0%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 51,826 7.46% $ 299,700,000
Age
Under 18 318 0.2% $ 1,837,542
18-64 28,675 6.6% $ 165,820,818
65+ 22,834 22.8% $ 132,041,640
Gender
Male 26,481 7.8% $ 153,134,430
Female 25,345 7.1% $ 146,565,570
Race
White 33,351 6.3% $ 192,861,450
Black 15,558 11.2% $ 89,967,962
Asian 364 7.1% $ 2,102,750
Other 2,554 13.5% $ 14,767,838
Hispanic (not additive) 2,054 9.9% $ 11,878,099
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 28,554 23.2% $ 165,119,429
Age
Under 65 6,742 26.4% $ 38,988,679
65+ 21,811 22.7% $ 126,130,749
Gender
Male 12,274 24.3% $ 70,980,223
Female 21,811 22.4% $ 126,130,749
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 4
General Population
Total Population 721,153
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 115,417
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,044,759,403
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 175,071 24.3%
18-64 456,058 63.2% Rep. Bob Inglis (R)
65+ 90,024 12.5%
Gender
Male 352,382 48.9% Contact:
Female 368,771 51.1%
100 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-6030
Race
White 543,531 75.4%
Black 143,058 19.8% Website:
Asian 12,508 1.7%
http://inglis.house.gov
Other 22,056 3.1%
Hispanic (not additive) 38,120 5.3%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 48,627 6.74% $ 281,200,000
Age
Under 18 329 0.2% $ 1,904,389
18-64 28,739 6.3% $ 166,190,598
65+ 19,559 21.7% $ 113,105,013
Gender
Male 24,898 7.1% $ 143,978,391
Female 23,729 6.4% $ 137,221,609
Race
White 30,698 5.6% $ 177,522,012
Black 14,446 10.1% $ 83,536,854
Asian 803 6.4% $ 4,642,299
Other 2,680 12.2% $ 15,498,835
Hispanic (not additive) 3,393 8.9% $ 19,618,698
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 26,791 23.2% $ 154,926,871
Age
Under 65 6,326 26.4% $ 36,581,971
65+ 20,465 22.7% $ 118,344,901
Gender
Male 11,517 24.3% $ 66,598,727
Female 20,465 22.4% $ 118,344,901
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 5
General Population
Total Population 720,254
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 125,760
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,138,386,490
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 180,897 25.1%
18-64 450,066 62.5% Rep. John Spratt (D)
65+ 89,291 12.4%
Gender
Male 349,533 48.5% Contact:
Female 370,721 51.5%
1401 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Ph: (202) 225-5501
Race
White 468,974 65.1%
Black 225,682 31.3% Website:
Asian 5,051 0.7%
http://house.gov/spratt
Other 20,547 2.9%
Hispanic (not additive) 20,398 2.8%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 52,985 7.36% $ 306,400,000
Age
Under 18 375 0.2% $ 2,167,548
18-64 31,241 6.9% $ 180,658,479
65+ 21,369 23.9% $ 123,573,973
Gender
Male 26,952 7.7% $ 155,855,784
Female 26,033 7.0% $ 150,544,216
Race
White 26,939 5.7% $ 155,780,145
Black 23,177 10.3% $ 134,028,863
Asian 330 6.5% $ 1,906,593
Other 2,539 12.4% $ 14,684,399
Hispanic (not additive) 1,846 9.1% $ 10,676,781
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 29,192 23.2% $ 168,810,787
Age
Under 65 6,893 26.4% $ 39,860,298
65+ 22,299 22.7% $ 128,950,489
Gender
Male 12,549 24.3% $ 72,567,034
Female 22,299 22.4% $ 128,950,489
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.
       
       
SC - Congressional District 6
General Population
Total Population 659,369
Total Medicare Beneficiaries 154,368
Total Medicare Spending $ 1,397,347,125
Demographic Breakdown # %
Age
Under 18 159,809 24.2%
18-64 416,422 63.2%
65+ 83,138 12.6% Rep. Jim Clyburn (D)
Gender
Male 317,449 48.1% Contact:
Female 341,920 51.9%
2135 Rayburn HOB
Washington, 20515
Ph: (202)225-3315
Race
White 275,705 41.8%
Black 366,056 55.5% Website:
Asian 4,385 0.7%
http://clyburn.house.gov
Other 13,223 2.0%
Hispanic (not additive) 11,919 1.8%
Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 65,038 9.86% $ 376,100,000
Age
Under 18 438 0.3% $ 2,534,716
18-64 38,262 9.2% $ 221,261,865
65+ 26,337 31.7% $ 152,303,419
Gender
Male 32,832 10.3% $ 189,861,471
Female 32,206 9.4% $ 186,238,529
Race
White 18,609 6.7% $ 107,609,508
Black 44,173 12.1% $ 255,441,587
Asian 336 7.7% $ 1,944,881
Other 1,920 14.5% $ 11,104,024
Hispanic (not additive) 1,268 10.6% $ 7,330,527
Medicare Diabetes Population # Prev. % $
Medicare Diabetes Prevalence/Spending 35,832 23.2% $ 207,211,936
Age
Under 65 8,461 26.4% $ 48,927,735
65+ 27,372 22.7% $ 158,284,200
Gender
Male 15,403 24.3% $ 89,074,614
Female 27,372 22.4% $ 158,284,200
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.