Volume 27, Number 2—February 2021
Use of Commercial Claims Data for Evaluating Trends in Lyme Disease Diagnoses, United States, 2010–2018
|Characteristic||Geographic category of Lyme disease endemicity
|Incidence among male enrollees/population||237.9||40.4||18.5||2.5||11.3||0.3|
|Incidence among female enrollees/population||220.5||28.5||24.1||1.9||18.2||0.4|
|No. (%) occurring during May−August||63,251 (59)||112,660 (70)||5,792 (53)||6,631 (73)||6,291 (42)||2,172 (62)|
|% Change in incidence rate, 2010–2018||19.5||7.4||88.9||177.0||48.0||14.7|
*Incidence calculated as diagnoses/100,000 enrollees in MarketScan or cases/100,000 population among each subcategory.
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