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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 1. Estimated proportion of adults aged ≥19 years who received selected vaccinations, by age group, increased-risk status,* and health insurance status† — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 1. Estimated proportion of adults aged ≥19 years who received selected vaccinations, by age group, increased-risk status,* and health insurance status† — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015
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    SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE 1. Estimated proportion of adults aged ≥19 years who received selected vaccinations, by age group, increased-risk status,* and health insurance status† — National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2015

    Vaccination coverage was lower among adults without health insurance compared with those with health insurance for influenza vaccination (aged ≥19 years, 19-49 years, 50-64 years, and ≥65 years); pneumococcal vaccination (aged 19-64 at increased risk); tetanus vaccination (aged ≥19 years, 19-49 years, and 50-64 years); Tdap vaccination (aged ≥19 years, and 19-64 years); hepatitis A vaccination (aged ≥19 years overall and among travelers); hepatitis B vaccination (aged≥19 years, 19-49 years, and ≥19 years among travelers); herpes zoster vaccination (aged ≥60 years); HPV vaccination (aged 19-26 years among males and females). The difference in coverage between those with health insurance compared with those without health insurance ranged from 2.3 percentage points for hepatitis B among adults aged ≥19 years with diabetes to 39.3 percentage points for influenza vaccination among those aged ≥65 years.

    Vaccination coverage was higher among adults with private health insurance compared with those reporting public health insurance for influenza vaccination among adults aged ≥65 years; pneumococcal vaccination among adults aged ≥65 years; tetanus and tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccination (all ages); overall hepatitis A vaccination among adults aged ≥19 years; hepatitis B vaccination among adults aged ≥19 years (overall, travelers, and those with diabetes) and aged 19-59 years with diabetes; herpes zoster vaccination (all ages); and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination among women aged 19-26 years. Vaccination coverage was lower among adults with private insurance compared with those with public insurance for influenza vaccination among adults aged ≥19 years and pneumococcal vaccination among adults aged 19-64 years at increased risk.

    Influenza vaccination coverage was lower among adults aged 19-49 years across all insurance status categories compared with adults aged 50-64 years and ≥65 years. Pneumococcal vaccination coverage was lower among adults with health insurance aged 19-64 years at increased risk compared with adults with health insurance aged ≥65 years. Compared with adults with health insurance aged 19-49 years, tetanus vaccination coverage was lower among adults with health insurance aged ≥65 years. Tetanus vaccination coverage among those without health insurance was similar across all age groups. Tdap coverage was lower among adults with health insurance aged ≥65 years compared with adults with health insurance aged 19-64 years. Hepatitis B vaccination coverage among adults with diabetes aged ≥60 years with health insurance was lower compared with coverage among adults with health insurance aged 19-59 years with diabetes. Herpes zoster coverage among adults with health insurance aged ≥65 years was higher compared with coverage among adults with health insurance aged 60-64 years.

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