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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 3. Estimated proportion of adults aged ≥19 years who received selected vaccinations, by age group, increased-risk status,* health insurance status,† and physician contacts§ — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 3. Estimated proportion of adults aged ≥19 years who received selected vaccinations, by age group, increased-risk status,* health insurance status,† and physician contacts§ — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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    Vaccination coverage was generally higher among those reporting having at least one physician contact in the past year compared with those who had not visited a physician in the past year, regardless of whether the respondent had health insurance, and vaccination coverage generally increased with increasing physician contacts. Hepatitis A vaccination coverage among persons aged ≥19 years and travelers aged ≥19 years; hepatitis B vaccination coverage among travelers aged ≥19 years, persons with chronic liver conditions aged ≥19 years, persons with diabetes aged ≥19 years, persons with diabetes aged 19-59 years; and persons with diabetes aged ≥60 years; herpes zoster vaccination coverage among persons 60-64 years; and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination coverage among females who reported first HPV dose at 19-26 years did not differ by number of physician contacts.

    Among adults who had health insurance and reported having had ≥10 physician contacts within the past year, 18.2%–90.8% reported not receiving vaccinations that either are recommended for all persons or are recommended for those with some specific indication (not receiving influenza vaccination, 38.5% [aged ≥19 years], 51.9% [aged 19–49 years], 41.7% [aged 50–64 years], 18.2% [aged ≥65 years]; not receiving pneumococcal vaccination, 61.8% [increased risk, aged 19–64 years], 27.9% [aged ≥65 years]; not receiving tetanus, 31.3% [aged ≥19 years], 27.5% [aged 19-49 years], 29.4 [aged 50-64 years], 38.2 [aged ≥65 years]; not receiving tetanus, diphtheria, or acellular pertussis [Tdap], 69.8% [aged ≥19 years], 64.8% [aged 19–64 years], 81.0% [aged ≥65 years]; hepatitis A, 90.8% [aged ≥19 years], 83.1% [travelers aged ≥19 years]; hepatitis B, 74.2% [aged ≥19 years], 58.6% [aged 19-49 years], 66.9% [travelers aged ≥19 years], 65.5% [persons aged ≥19 years with chronic liver conditions], 83.1% [aged ≥19 years with diabetes], 78.5% [adults aged 19–59 with diabetes], 85.6% [adults aged ≥60 years with diabetes]; herpes zoster, 68.0% [adults aged ≥60 years], 76.4% [60-64 years], 65.2% [≥65 years]; and HPV, 57.4% [women aged 19–26 years]).

    Among adults with health insurance and at least one physician contact, influenza vaccination coverage was lower among adults aged 19-49 years compared with adults aged 50-64 years and ≥65 years, while among adults with health insurance and no physician contacts, influenza vaccination coverage was lower among adults aged 19-49 years compared with adults ≥65 years. Among adults with health insurance regardless of number of physician contacts, pneumococcal vaccination coverage was lower among adults aged 19-64 years at increased risk compared with adults aged ≥65 years, and compared with adults aged 19-49 years, tetanus vaccination coverage was lower among adults aged ≥65 years, while Tdap coverage was lower among adults aged ≥65 years compared with adults aged 19-64 years. Among adults with health insurance and at least one physician contact, hepatitis B vaccination coverage among adults with diabetes aged ≥60 years was lower compared with coverage among adults aged 19-59 years with diabetes, and herpes zoster coverage among adults aged ≥65 years was higher compared with coverage among adults aged 60-64 years.

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