The National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports have moved to the new AHRQ Data Tools site. After June 30, 2022, this web page will no longer be available.
In this comparison, the NHQDR measures for Texas for the most recent data year and the baseline year are compared to the average of all States. Compared to all States, for the most recent data year, the performance for all Texas measures is in the Weak range. For the baseline year, performance is in the Weak range.
The meter represents Texas's balance of below average, average, and above average measures compared to all States. The performance meter has five categories: very weak, weak, average, strong, and very strong. An arrow pointing to "very weak" means all or nearly all included measures for a State are below average within a given data year.
An arrow pointing to "very strong" indicates that all or nearly all available measures for a State are above average within a given data year.
A solid blue arrow () describes results for the most recent data year; a dashed black arrow () describes results for the baseline year. A missing arrow means there were insufficient data to create the summary measure for this State.
Select to review the list of measures and supporting data.
(The meter score may not be reliable when the number of supporting measures is fewer than 10 measures)
Due to changes in methodology, including a transition from International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision (ICD-9) to Tenth Revision (ICD-10) codes and updates to the Quality Indicators software, the current measure set does not contain AHRQ Quality Indicator measure results based on Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) data. These changes to the measure set had a significant impact on overall meter scores, so they are not provided at this time. When data become available, State scores will again be included.