What Is the Maternal and Child Health Care Quality Performance Compared to All States?
How Has That Performance Changed?
The meter represents the State'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 arrow describes results for the most recent data year; a dashed arrow describes the baseline year. A missing arrow means there were insufficient data to create the summary measure for this State. Compared to all States, for the most recent data year, the performance for Minnesota for maternal and child health measures is in the average range. For the baseline year, performance is in the average range.