Three House of Doctors and the company's awards at the North Carolina Medical Association's annual meeting on Friday in Charlotte.
Figure 4 shows that residents of Hanahan South Carolina are covered by more than one health insurance provider. The next chart shows the percentage of children who are 17 years old and younger and have no health insurance. Figure 5 shows that North Charleston has a higher proportion of uninsured children, shown as a red line on the left of the graph, and a lower rate on the right. They are behaving as if they were in a different state from the surrounding region of North Carolina and the United States.
They are acting as if they were in a different state from the surrounding regions of North Carolina and the United States. They have a higher proportion of uninsured adults and children and a lower proportion of children without health insurance than North Charleston.
Hanahan shows a picture of people who are insured but uninsured, and portrays them as if they had no insurance and showed them without insurance. Hanahan showed a photo of a person without health insurance in North Charleston, South Carolina, who has no or very little coverage and a large portion of the people in the state who are uninsured or uninsured.
The next chart shows the number of people in Greater Hanahan who are insured or have health insurance. This figure shows the number of policyholders and people with no or very little coverage, as well as the percentage of the state without coverage.
The next Figure 16 shows the average patient treated with the Medicare Case Mix Index (CMI). The following chart shows the average number of patients treated with Medicare's Case Mix Index, or "CMI," in Greater Hanahan, South Carolina, over the past 12 months.
This physician profile has been updated using data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Medicare Case Mix Index (CMI), which dates from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2011. These physician profiles were updated using information from the Medicare Casemix Index (MMI), which was dated January 1, 2009 to December 30, 2012.
This section of the chart shows health data from Hanahan South Carolina, based on the US Census Bureau's National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), which will be released in December 2020 and covers health care in the United States, the most recent Census Bureau to track health care in the United States.
Figure 5 shows 16% of the total, and Hanahan is shown as the place with the highest percentage of uninsured people. This graph shows household income broken down by data, with Figure 8 showing the percentages for each income group. Women show the proportion of those with health insurance and men without (Figure 9). Women (91%) who were in the top 10% of health insurance plans in South Carolina have a higher percentage than men (88%), but less than half of all women (50%). Figure 10 shows who has insurance that covers them and who does not, as shown in Figure 11.
Hanahan has 13% of the total population, measured by the percentage of uninsured people with health plans in the top 10%, and 2% rank second and 1% third. Charleston, which is considered 91.9% insured, has the highest number of uninsured people in South Carolina. Second, it has the third-highest percentage (9.5%) of people without insurance, but a lower percentage than Charleston (10.1%).
Hanahan has the second-highest percentage of uninsured people in South Carolina, at 9.5%, behind Charleston, which has coverage at 89.0%.
If we look at the information provided by the CMI about the surrounding hospital, we find that Musc Medical Center ranks in Cmi with the highest score of 1.90. This is because it is the second largest hospital in the state, after Charleston, and the third largest in South Carolina, after Charleston.
Hanahan is represented with a range of 1.6%, which is the largest of all places in the greater Hanahan area. There is no Sangaree CDP, but it has 8% of the total and behaves like 20% overall. It is the number two in the CMI with the highest number of doctors per square mile in South Carolina, at 2.5%.
The next largest is 2.7% and is the largest in Greater Hanahan, with a range of 1.5% to 2%. Figure 14 shows the hospitals in this area offering a variety of health services and treatments, including primary care, emergency care, mental health, cancer treatment and emergency medicine. The Area Hospital Info shows the total number of doctors per square mile and the percentage of hospitals within the region with at least one doctor.