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Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020
Research Letter

Sporotrichosis Cases in Commercial Insurance Data, United States, 2012–2018

Kaitlin BenedictComments to Author  and Brendan R. Jackson
Author affiliation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Average annual sporotrichosis rate per 1 million MarketScan enrollees, United States, 2012–2018. MarketScan (IBM, https://www.ibm.com) data are a subset of privately insured persons in the United States and are not necessarily representative of persons with other types of health insurance or of persons without insurance. To avoid potentially unreliable estimates, the rates for states with <3 cases were not calculated. MarketScan does not permit state-level analyses for certain states.

Figure. Average annual sporotrichosis rate per 1 million MarketScan enrollees, United States, 2012–2018. MarketScan (IBM, https://www.ibm.com) data are a subset of privately insured persons in the United States and are not necessarily representative of persons with other types of health insurance or of persons without insurance. To avoid potentially unreliable estimates, the rates for states with <3 cases were not calculated. MarketScan does not permit state-level analyses for certain states.

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