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Chronic Conditions in Minnesota: New Estimates of Prevalence, Cost and Geographic Variation for Insured Minnesotans, 2012

January 2016

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Consumers, Providers, Researchers, Population Health, Health Reform

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Utilization, Cost, Health, Pharmacy, Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare

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Scott Smith
scott.smith@state.mn.us

This report examines chronic disease prevalence and spending for Minnesota residents with health insurance in 2012, using Minnesota’s robust All Payers Claims Database (MN APCD). The report presents overall estimates of prevalence and spending for chronic conditions, considering approximately 125 distinct diseases. It also presents more detailed results for 10 select conditions. Estimates are prepared for the state overall, as well as at the county-level.