Baseline: 89.0 percent of adults aged 18 years and over with diagnosed diabetes using insulin performed self-monitoring of blood glucose at least once daily in 2017 (age adjusted to the year 2000 standard population)
Number of adults aged 18 years and over with diabetes and taking insulin who report that they check their blood for glucose or sugar by themselves or by a family member or friend (excludes health professional) at least once a day.
Number of adults aged 18 years and over who report that they have ever been told they have diabetes and taking insulin.
Percentage point improvement
Target-setting method details
Percentage point improvement from the baseline using Cohen's h effect size of 0.20.
Target-setting method justification
Trend data were not available for this objective. A percentage point improvement was calculated using Cohen's h effect size of 0.2. This method was used because it was a statistically significant improvement from the baseline.
Comparable HP2020 objective
Modified, which includes core objectives that are continuing from HP2020 but underwent a change in measurement.
Changes between HP2020 and HP2030
This objective differs from Healthy People 2020 objective D-13 in that objective D-13 tracked adults with diagnosed diabetes who performed self-blood glucose-monitoring at least once daily, while this objective tracks adults with diabetes using insulin who perform self-monitoring of blood glucose at least once daily.