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Percent Filling At Least One Prescription for an SSRI/SNRI
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    Percent Filling At Least One Prescription for an SSRI/SNRI
    (Year: 2010; Region Levels: HRR)
    Anchorage, AK 15.7%
    Birmingham, AL 22.1%
    Dothan, AL 23.4%
    Huntsville, AL 21.4%
    Mobile, AL 20.5%
    Montgomery, AL 20.3%
    Tuscaloosa, AL 22.5%
    Fort Smith, AR 21.6%
    Jonesboro, AR 24.3%
    Little Rock, AR 20.9%
    Springdale, AR 19.2%
    Texarkana, AR 21.2%
    Mesa, AZ 16.7%
    Phoenix, AZ 15.7%
    Sun City, AZ 15.6%
    Tucson, AZ 17.1%
    Alameda County, CA 13.1%
    Bakersfield, CA 16.0%
    Chico, CA 16.7%
    Contra Costa County, CA 17.0%
    Fresno, CA 14.2%
    Los Angeles, CA 17.0%
    Modesto, CA 15.7%
    Napa, CA 16.1%
    Orange County, CA 13.9%
    Palm Springs/Rancho Mira, CA 16.4%
    Redding, CA 17.5%
    Sacramento, CA 15.9%
    Salinas, CA 15.4%
    San Bernardino, CA 15.9%
    San Diego, CA 16.3%
    San Francisco, CA 12.7%
    San Jose, CA 12.5%
    San Luis Obispo, CA 15.1%
    San Mateo County, CA 12.3%
    Santa Barbara, CA 16.4%
    Santa Cruz, CA 16.0%
    Santa Rosa, CA 15.7%
    Stockton, CA 13.4%
    Ventura, CA 16.2%
    Boulder, CO 17.7%
    Colorado Springs, CO 18.5%
    Denver, CO 18.3%
    Fort Collins, CO 17.2%
    Grand Junction, CO 17.0%
    Greeley, CO 18.4%
    Pueblo, CO 18.5%
    Bridgeport, CT 17.7%
    Hartford, CT 19.4%
    New Haven, CT 19.1%
    Washington, DC 17.3%
    Wilmington, DE 16.5%
    Bradenton, FL 18.2%
    Clearwater, FL 18.5%
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 19.2%
    Fort Myers, FL 17.2%
    Gainesville, FL 21.0%
    Hudson, FL 19.3%
    Jacksonville, FL 21.2%
    Lakeland, FL 18.6%
    Miami, FL 30.2%
    Ocala, FL 16.8%
    Orlando, FL 18.4%
    Ormond Beach, FL 17.5%
    Panama City, FL 22.8%
    Pensacola, FL 21.6%
    Sarasota, FL 17.2%
    St. Petersburg, FL 20.5%
    Tallahassee, FL 22.8%
    Tampa, FL 20.5%
    Albany, GA 21.9%
    Atlanta, GA 21.3%
    Augusta, GA 22.0%
    Columbus, GA 20.4%
    Macon, GA 23.4%
    Rome, GA 24.2%
    Savannah, GA 20.1%
    Honolulu, HI 7.2%
    Cedar Rapids, IA 17.9%
    Davenport, IA 15.6%
    Des Moines, IA 17.9%
    Dubuque, IA 16.4%
    Iowa City, IA 17.6%
    Mason City, IA 17.3%
    Sioux City, IA 16.0%
    Waterloo, IA 17.6%
    Boise, ID 19.9%
    Idaho Falls, ID 19.9%
    Aurora, IL 18.9%
    Bloomington, IL 17.8%
    Blue Island, IL 14.2%
    Chicago, IL 14.0%
    Elgin, IL 15.6%
    Evanston, IL 15.3%
    Hinsdale, IL 16.7%
    Joliet, IL 15.9%
    Melrose Park, IL 15.2%
    Peoria, IL 16.5%
    Rockford, IL 16.7%
    Springfield, IL 19.5%
    Urbana, IL 17.0%
    Evansville, IN 20.1%
    Fort Wayne, IN 20.1%
    Gary, IN 17.0%
    Indianapolis, IN 21.8%
    Lafayette, IN 18.4%
    Muncie, IN 20.4%
    Munster, IN 13.5%
    South Bend, IN 19.2%
    Terre Haute, IN 18.8%
    Topeka, KS 18.8%
    Wichita, KS 19.4%
    Covington, KY 22.4%
    Lexington, KY 21.4%
    Louisville, KY 22.1%
    Owensboro, KY 21.8%
    Paducah, KY 21.7%
    Alexandria, LA 25.4%
    Baton Rouge, LA 24.5%
    Houma, LA 20.7%
    Lafayette, LA 25.1%
    Lake Charles, LA 24.5%
    Metairie, LA 21.7%
    Monroe, LA 22.5%
    New Orleans, LA 20.3%
    Shreveport, LA 21.3%
    Slidell, LA 22.1%
    Boston, MA 18.6%
    Springfield, MA 19.0%
    Worcester, MA 20.0%
    Baltimore, MD 18.5%
    Salisbury, MD 17.5%
    Takoma Park, MD 15.3%
    Bangor, ME 20.1%
    Portland, ME 20.9%
    Ann Arbor, MI 17.9%
    Dearborn, MI 17.7%
    Detroit, MI 15.7%
    Flint, MI 18.6%
    Grand Rapids, MI 20.3%
    Kalamazoo, MI 19.9%
    Lansing, MI 19.8%
    Marquette, MI 20.3%
    Muskegon, MI 21.9%
    Petoskey, MI 18.7%
    Pontiac, MI 16.6%
    Royal Oak, MI 15.8%
    Saginaw, MI 19.0%
    St. Joseph, MI 17.7%
    Traverse City, MI 19.5%
    Duluth, MN 17.7%
    Minneapolis, MN 17.0%
    Rochester, MN 17.6%
    St. Cloud, MN 15.2%
    St. Paul, MN 18.1%
    Cape Girardeau, MO 21.7%
    Columbia, MO 19.2%
    Joplin, MO 20.4%
    Kansas City, MO 19.4%
    Springfield, MO 19.9%
    St. Louis, MO 20.9%
    Gulfport, MS 22.7%
    Hattiesburg, MS 24.9%
    Jackson, MS 22.1%
    Meridian, MS 24.1%
    Oxford, MS 19.6%
    Tupelo, MS 22.9%
    Billings, MT 19.0%
    Great Falls, MT 20.6%
    Missoula, MT 19.8%
    Durham, NC 19.0%
    Greenville, NC 20.0%
    Hickory, NC 20.8%
    Raleigh, NC 19.2%
    Wilmington, NC 21.4%
    Winston-Salem, NC 21.8%
    Lincoln, NE 17.5%
    Omaha, NE 17.2%
    Lebanon, NH 18.7%
    Manchester, NH 18.6%
    Camden, NJ 16.7%
    Hackensack, NJ 16.0%
    Morristown, NJ 14.9%
    New Brunswick, NJ 16.5%
    Newark, NJ 13.2%
    Paterson, NJ 15.0%
    Ridgewood, NJ 16.4%
    Albuquerque, NM 15.7%
    Las Vegas, NV 15.9%
    Reno, NV 15.4%
    Albany, NY 19.5%
    Binghamton, NY 17.6%
    Bronx, NY 15.5%
    Buffalo, NY 18.5%
    East Long Island, NY 16.8%
    Elmira, NY 22.9%
    Manhattan, NY 18.4%
    Rochester, NY 22.2%
    Syracuse, NY 20.8%
    White Plains, NY 17.1%
    National Average 18.8%
    90th Percentile 22.1%
    50th Percentile 19.0%
    10th Percentile 15.7%
        • DENOMINATOR DEFINITION:
        • Prescription drug utilization and spending rates use a 40% Medicare random-sample denominator file for each year from 2006 to 2010. For the 2010 Part D enrollment cohort, patients were included if they (1) were age 65 or older as of 1/1/2010, (2) were alive and continuously enrolled in a stand-alone Medicare Part D plan for all 12 months of 2010, and (3) were not enrolled in hospice or a managed Medicare plan (Medicare Advantage) at any time during 2010.

        • NUMERATOR DEFINITION:
        • All medication use measures were based on Part D event fill records for the time frame specific to each cohort’s observation. The Lexi-Data Basic database (Lexicomp) was used to obtain the drug name, dose, brand or generic status, and active ingredient according to the National Drug Code (NDC).




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