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Clinical Care Ranking

This indicator shows the ranking of the county in clinical care according to the County Health Rankings. The ranking is based on a summary composite score calculated from the following measures: uninsured, primary care physicians, mental health providers, dentists, preventable hospital stays, diabetic screening, and mammography screening.

Clinical Care Ranking

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50
Comparison: FL Counties 

56

Measurement Period: 2014

County: Miami-Dade

Data Source: County Health Rankings
Categories: Health / County Health Rankings, Health / Access to Health Services
Technical Note: The distribution is based on data from 67 Florida counties.
Counties are ranked relative to the health of other counties in the same state on a variety of health measures. Those having high ranks, e.g. 1 or 2, are considered to be the "healthiest." Use caution when comparing current ranking to previous time periods as ranking criteria may have changed.
Maintained By: Healthy Communities Institute
Last Updated: March 2014
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Why is this important?

Accessing clinical care necessitates both providers and insurance. People without insurance often do not seek preventive and primary care services and thus are at a higher risk of preventable illnesses and are more likely to have acute issues turn into chronic problems. Moreover, a sufficient number primary care providers in a community allows people to receive adequate preventive and primary care services which reduces the need for specialists and more expensive medical care.

Clinical Care Ranking : Time Series

2011: 51 2012: 55 2013: 60 2014: 56

Clinical Care Ranking

Comparison: Prior Value 

56

Measurement Period: 2014

County: Miami-Dade

Data Source: County Health Rankings
Categories: Health / County Health Rankings, Health / Access to Health Services
Technical Note: The trend is a comparison between the most recent and previous measurement periods. Confidence intervals were not taken into account in determining the direction of the trend.
Counties are ranked relative to the health of other counties in the same state on a variety of health measures. Those having high ranks, e.g. 1 or 2, are considered to be the "healthiest." Use caution when comparing current ranking to previous time periods as ranking criteria may have changed.
Maintained By: Healthy Communities Institute
Last Updated: March 2014

Why is this important?

Accessing clinical care necessitates both providers and insurance. People without insurance often do not seek preventive and primary care services and thus are at a higher risk of preventable illnesses and are more likely to have acute issues turn into chronic problems. Moreover, a sufficient number primary care providers in a community allows people to receive adequate preventive and primary care services which reduces the need for specialists and more expensive medical care.

Clinical Care Ranking : Time Series

2011: 51 2012: 55 2013: 60 2014: 56
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