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  1. Trends in Health and Aging Major Trends and Patterns in Supplemental Health Insurance Coverage for Medicare Beneficiaries July 2007

  2. These slides highlight some interesting findings from the data on the Trends in Health and Aging web-site www.cdc.gov/nchs/agingact.htm There is much more information on these and other topics on the website.

  3. Suggested citation: Trends in Health and Aging website www.cdc.gov/nchs/agingact.htm, accessed at <date> Please contact us if you have any questions at nha@cdc.gov or (301) 458 - 4241

  4. Percent of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Supplemental Insurance Coverage, 1992-2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  5. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) by Supplemental Insurance Coverage, 2004 Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  6. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) and by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Sex, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  7. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Race/Ethnicity, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  8. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Age, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  9. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Marital Status, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  10. Percent Distribution of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Education, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  11. Percent of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Employer-Sponsored Coverage by Sex, 1992-2004 male female Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  12. Percent of Community-Dwelling Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Employer-Sponsored Coverage by Race/Ethnicity, 1992-2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  13. Percent Distribution of Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) by Supplemental Insurance Coverage and Residence Status, 2004 Percent (%) Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  14. Percent of Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Prescription Drug Coverage by Age, 2003 Percent (%) Age Group Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  15. Percent of Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Prescription Drug Coverage by Number of Chronic Conditions, 2003 Percent (%) Number of Chronic Conditions Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey

  16. Percent of Medicare Beneficiaries Age 65 and Over (age-adjusted) with Prescription Drug Coverage by Income, 2003 Percent (%) 2003 dollars Data source: Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey