List of Tables

Table 2.1.      Criteria for Distinguishing Type 1 from Type 2 Diabetics.

Table 2.2.      Number of Total and Total (Weighted) Observations in the Study.

Table 2.3.      Number of Observations per Age Group.

Table 2.4.      Demographic Variables.

Table 2.5.     Variables that Are Indicators of Socioeconomic Status.

Table 2.6.      Additional Variables.

Table 2.7.      2010 Race Data (U.S. Census)*.

Table 2.8.      Percentage of diabetes cases diagnosed in 2000, by race/ethnicity.

Table 2.9.      Commonly Reported Priority Conditions.

Table 2.10.   Design of the First Regression Set.

Table 2.11.   Design of Second Regression Set.

Table 2.12.   Dependent and Independent Variables for Third Regression Set.

Table 2.13.   Dependent and Independent Variables Used for Fourth Regression Set.

Table 2.14.   Dependent and Independent Variables Used for Fifth Regression Set.

Table 3.1.      Correlation Coefficients for Type 2 Diabetes – First Regression Set.

Table 3.2.      Correlation Coefficients in Nephropathy & Retinopathy – Second Regression Set.

Table 3.3.      Correlation Coefficients for Other Secondary Symptoms – Second Regression Set.

Table 3.4.      Secondary Symptoms & Years with Diabetes – Third Regression Set.

Table 3.5.      Years with Diabetes & Age – Third Regression Set.

Table 3.6.      Insurance Type and Receiving Recommended Tests – Fourth Regression Set.

Table 3.7.      Priority Conditions and Receiving Recommended Tests – Fourth Regression Set.

Table 3.8.      Private Insurance and Secondary Symptoms – Fifth Regression Set.

Table 3.9.      Demographics and Secondary Symptoms – Fifth Regression Set.