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The APCD is a large-scale database that systematically collects healthcare data from a variety of sources.
Data, reports, and publications.
Provides health statistics on California by state, region or county. Use of the website requires registration.
This database of California health estimates at sub-county geographic regions requires free registration. Among the health topics covered are health insurance and uninsured, asthma, obesity and physical activity, dental visits, food insecurity, health status, mental health, smoking, diabetes, heart disease, flu vaccine, and delay in receiving care.
This statistical summary can be used to estimate the impact of various elements of the Affordable Care Act within the state of California.
Responsible for stewardship and distribution of vital statistics data (births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriage) and provides written reports and data tables analyzing these data.
Dashboard contains health statistics on five major ethnic and racial groups in California.
Get access to California health data; the site provides tools to visualize and download datasets.
This second report in a series of three Healthforce Center reports on primary care in California, unveils projections of a statewide primary care clinician shortfall in the next 15 years, with the most severe shortages in the Central Valley, Central Coast and Southern Border areas.
An online mapping and data tool that maps Cottage Health's 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) data, census data and other publicly available data for factors that influence health outcomes. The tool provides a view of the specific health needs by demographics, geography and health outcome or influencer. Data is specific to Santa Barbara County, CA. (Cottage Health)
Interactive website with fatal and nonfatal injury data for California residents beginning in 1991.
This website provides quick and easy access to the most commonly requested health indicators from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS)
Find data about the health and well being of children in communities across California. Kidsdata.org allows users to find, customize, and use data on more than 500 measures of child health and well being. Data are available for every county, city, school district, and legislative district in California.
Website contains health data and statistics for Orange County, CA residents, including a dashboard with over 200 indicators related to health.
Mission is to promote, protect, and enhance the health of all Wyoming citizens.
This brief offers data on the size, distribution, and education history of Wyoming's physician workforce.
Health data for North Carolina, including an interactive map that provides health data and profiles by county. Data include demographics, population, employment, income, health insurance, child health indicators, health care workforce, health care utilization, and health status. (North Carolina Institute of Medicine)
Collects and disseminates timely and reliable data on selected licensed health professionals in North Carolina.
Maps on all aspects of rural health care.
Comprehensive collection of health statistics to inform state and county health policies and programs in North Carolina.
Member-owned organization devoted to improving the health status of communities throughout Vermont.
Center provides data on the Healthy Vermonters 2020 initiative, vital records and population data, public health GIS, population health surveys, health care systems reporting, surveillance, and registries.
A searchable resource created by the University of Vermont. It is divided by Vermont cities, towns, and villages, with information on demographics, transportation, education, and health resources in Vermont.
rizona's health workforce data and an analysis of data on certified nurse midwives (CNM), physician assistants (PA), nurse practitioners (NP), physicians (MD, DO), pharmacists and public health professionals.
The Bureau of Health Systems Development (HSD) provides several resources free-of-charge to the public in an effort to support the expansion of primary care services and to reduce health disparities throughout Arizona. The data, reports and maps available through HSD are useful for grant writing, needs assessments, resource prioritization and other health planning initiatives.
Mission is to provide meaningful and timely information on patterns and trends in health status of Arizonans.
The Bureau of Public Health Statistics collects a variety of health and vital data, and maintains these in several primary databases for public health purposes, and for general public information. Databases include population health & vital statistics, birth defects monitoring, community profiles, and behavioral risk factor surveillance system.
A resource for individual, families, and agencies concerned with community health in Nebraska. Resource provides information about community health services, laws, communication tools, and other features.
Download various data reports.
Data on the health status of Boston residents.
Report provides data and analysis on demographics, social determinants of health, community assets, and environmental health of Boston residents.
The Center monitors trends in access to primary care providers within Massachusetts, and reviews existing data and collects new data on the capacity of the workforce to serve patients.
Online access to health and social indicators for Massachusetts. Users can obtain community-level data to assess health needs, monitor health status indicators, and evaluate health programs.
Provides information on the health status of Massachusetts communities, as well as high-quality data to decision makers and communities.
This assessment serves as a resource that catalogs the District’s existing assets, healthcare services and facilities, public health infrastructure, community partnerships mobilized to address priority needs, promising practices and policies, population health data, and funding opportunities.
The Mission of the Department of Health is to promote and protect the health, safety and quality of life of residents, visitors and those doing business in the District of Columbia.
On this site, the District of Columbia government shares hundreds of datasets. DC realizes that data’s greatest value comes from having it freely shared among agencies, federal and regional governments and with the public to the extent possible when considering safety, privacy and security. Datasets include education, health, public safety, and demographics among others.
This site allows users to query state, county, and local level data from health surveys; hospitalization and mortality records; and demographic/census records.
Links to Utah health data and statistics in the form of publications and resources.
Utah Medical Education Council's series of reports on state statistics for various healthcare professions.
South Dakota Department of Health's overview of the state of the healthcare workforce within the state.
Conducts statistical analysis of health data gathered through the vital records data base, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, and the annual survey of hospitals and nursing homes in the state.
Statistical information, including data on Medicaid, SNAP, and TANF.
Health data and statistical reports for Montana.
Brief provides data on the size, distribution, and education history of Montana's physician workforce.
This interactive map provides information geographically by county and healthcare service area and allows users to view projections of demographics, health behaviors and health outcomes.
Link to public health statistics.
Inventory of New Hampshire health data sources and reports.
Its mission is to promote and protect the well-being of all Alaskans.
Brief offers data on the size, distribution, and education history of Alaska's physician workforce.
This document discusses 75 strategies designed to improve the leading health improvement goals identified by the Health Alaskans 2020.
The Informed Alaskans Initiative provides access to health indicators from major public health surveillance systems for Alaskan geographic regions down to the level of boroughs and census areas. The data visualization format uses maps, figures, and tables to provide ready access to vast quantities of health information for use in assessing local health needs, monitoring health status, evaluating interventions, and developing public health policy.
Annual and agency-specific statistical reports from the State of Washington.
King County, WA (Seattle) data on education, family and community, food, health, housing, income, population, public safety, and transportation.
Data on the health of King County's population to inform the community and help policy makers, medical personnel, researchers, community-based organizations, government agencies and individuals understand and respond to diseases, threats and underlying conditions impacting our health.
The Washington State Office of Financial Management contains data related to population count, education, health care (specifically the all-payers claim database), and criminal justice.
Links to various research reports produced by the Department.
Washington Link4Health is an HCA initiative to help address the need for community-wide clinical health data solutions, services, and tools.
This study offered data on the size, distribution, demographics, specialties and education history of Washington State’s physician workforce first conducted in 2014 and updated in 2016.
Comprehensive collection of links to publicly available health and health determinants data down to the county level (or better whenever possible) for the state of Texas from reliable and authoritative providers of information.
Link to Texas-specific data and reports.
An interactive public data system that allows users to query the Texas Department of State Health Services public health datasets for statistical reports and summaries.
Site provides an interactive map of the impact of the ACA Medicaid expansion in Louisiana on health insurance enrollment, screening, diagnoses, and preventive care.
The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and promote health and to ensure access to medical, preventive, and rehabilitative services for all citizens of the State of Louisiana.
Download statistics and briefs in PDF format.
The BRFSS is an Iowa-specific surveillance system that surveys adults 18 years and older on self-reported health behaviors. Each month a random sample of structured telephone interviews are done. Questions in the survey relate to nutrition, physical activity, tobacco use, hypertension, blood cholesterol, alcohol use, inadequate preventive health care, and other risk factors.
Fact sheets on the North Dakota health workforce.
Portal for data summaries, tools, and data sources.
August 2015 statistics on primary care physicians in North Carolina,
Link to various Tennessee-specific reports and publications produced by the Department of Health.
Links to annual reports, best practices and self-assessments for South Carolina's Medicaid program.
Reports from the SCOWH on the health workforce, including expected growth, service areas, and changes to the health workforce.
Online mapping and data tool with federal, state, and city data on multiple indicators, including demographics, education, environment, food systems, housing, health, poverty, and safety.
A tool for exploring environmental, behavioral, population, and health data from New York City.
Health datasets on topics and indicators for different NYC populations. EpiQuery offers prevalence estimates with confidence intervals, rates over time, bar charts and neighborhood maps.
A searchable database of statistical information, including data on quality, cost, and safety, birth and death information, facilities and services, and environmental health.
HANY's mission is to advance the health of individuals and communities by providing leadership, representation, and service to health providers and systems across the entire continuum of care.
An open-source map of New York City’s current and projected population age 65 and older, IMAGE: NYC provides overlays of available resources, services, and amenities. Designed for government agencies, elected officials, health care and social service providers, planners, funders, and researchers, IMAGE:NYC is a critical tool to support funding, planning, advocacy and direct services.
Resources and reports on insurance coverage, health care costs and spending, community health, quality of care, and more for New York.
The Kids' Well-being Indicators Clearinghouse (KWIC) is a tool to gather, plot and monitor New York State children's health, education, and well-being indicator data in order to improve outcomes for children and families.
Reports on the health of 59 community districts across New York City. They contain over 50 measures of neighborhood health, emphasizing that our health starts where we live, work and play. These reports highlight the disparities among neighborhoods
Information includes: Tools and Maps, Data Sets, and Publications.
The NYC Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NYC HANES), modeled on the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, is a population-based, cross-sectional study with data collected from a physical examination and laboratory tests, as well as a face-to-face interview and an audio computer-assisted self-interview (ACASI).
This website includes information relevant to health, public safety, and social services, among others.
This report provides statistical data on the supply and distribution of physicians licensed in New York State for 2014.
Reports were developed initially in 2012 and are annually updated to consolidate and improve data linkage for the provided health indicators in the County Health Assessment Indicators (CHAI) for all communities in New York. The CHIRS provide data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data tables with links to trend graphs and maps.
Statistics by county and profession are outlined in the 2014 report of the health professions.
Variety of statistics from the NY Department of Health.
Statistical data related to individuals, both adults and children, receiving behavioral/mental health care.
This report analyzes the state of the healthcare workforce, in relation to needs based on the ACA.
The Kentucky Public Health Data Resource Guide provides easy access to public health data sourced to a variety of Kentucky-specific health-related surveys, surveillance systems and registries.
The OK2SHARE Service databases support the information needs of the Oklahoma State Department of Health and other users such as health officials, educators, and students in improving service delivery, evaluating health care systems, and monitoring the health of the people of Oklahoma.
This report outlines the projected needs and workforce for the health community workforce for Oklahoma.
Data and reports on child health, infant mortality, oral health, lead poisoning, HIV/STD statistics, and minority health in Oklahoma.
Interactive site provides data on health indicators at the county- and demographic-levels, graded in relation to national averages.
A tool to track Ohio's progress towards health value - a composite measure of Ohio's performance on population health outcomes and healthcare spending. The Dashboard examines Ohio's performance relative to other states, tracks change over time and examines Ohio's greatest health disparities and inequities.
Offers a broad range of health statistics and databases to the public.
Improves the timeliness, quality, and efficiency of health information collection, analysis, use and dissemination to protect and promote the health of Ohioans.
The CHA is a systematic assessment of population health in Philadelphia, highlighting key public health challenges and assets and informing local public health programs, policies, and partnerships. The CHA includes indicators reflecting health behaviors, health conditions, health care factors, and social and environmental determinants of health.
Statistical products on a variety of health topics suitable for community health assessments, research, and public inquiry.
Reports on Indiana's health workforce, including mental health, nursing, oral health, pharmacists, physicians, and others. Users can also request access to Indiana health workforce data.
Site contains more than 90 health indicators and has information for all counties in the state, including uninsured numbers, adolescent pregnancy, smoking prevalence, and cancer deaths. Users can create maps of health indicators at the county, town, or school district level, and compare data to national standards.
Access reports and statistics on various health topics.
Indiana University, Children's Health Services Research strives to improve the health and healthcare of children by developing and applying the best scientific evidence and methods in health services research and informatics.
The Hawaii Health Data Warehouse collects and maintains Hawaii-specific health data from 6 major data sources: Vital Statistics, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), the Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS), the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Survey (PRAMS), and the Hawaii Health Survey (HHS). The sister site Hawaii Health Matters provides a Healthy People 2020 Tracker that monitors the progress of Hawaii toward a selection of the HP 2020 targets. Additionally, The Hawaii Health Data Warehouse offers Data Request Services free of charge.
The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawaii .
A report to the Hawai'i legislature on the status of the physician workforce within the state.
Statistics, including social insurance and human services, education, and vital statistics and health, of the State of Hawaii.
Site provides a variety of data for Connecticut on disparities, health statistics, population statistics, and more.
Web-based tool that provides an in-depth analysis of each of Connecticut's cities and towns. This community-based assessment can be used to identify social, political, economic, and environmental conditions that are most strongly correlated with specific health outcomes.
The Healthy Connecticut 2020 Performance Dashboard displays how the residents of Connecticut are faring in health improvement target areas such as heart disease, obesity, obtaining vaccinations, exposure to environmental risks, and many more as identified in Healthy Connecticut 2020 State Health Improvement Plan.
The New Jersey Department of Health's State Health Assessment Data (NJSHAD) System provides access to public health datasets, statistics, and information on the health status of New Jerseyans.
The Center combines Rutgers University's traditional academic strengths in public health, health services research, and social science with applied research and policy analysis initiatives. It serves as the focal point within the University for research and related activities relevant to state health policy.
The purpose of the Rhode Island Healthcare Quality Reporting Program is to provide information to the public on the quality of care in Rhode Island.
Data, statistics, and publications on health, health care, and risk behaviors.
A web-based tool which allows easy access to comprehensive Florida health care information.
Statistical data on physician demographics and practice characteristics for Florida from 2008 to present.
The first in a series of meetings, this report looks at specific trends and innovations in Florida that transformed health care delivery in the state of Florida.
The Department of Health Professions Healthcare Workforce Data Center works to improve the data collection and measurement of Virginia's healthcare workforce through regular assessment of workforce supply and demand issues among the over 60 professions and the over 350,000 practitioners licensed in Virginia by DHP.
This data portal was developed to provide a convenient access point for health-related data for Virginia. This portal is a comprehensive source for community health assessment, public, and population health data. Each data portal page provides interactive data at the most granular level available.
A nonprofit that provides Virginia-centered health information. Qualifying organizations can license data files (e.g., Virginia hospital discharge data, Annual Licensure Survey Data from hospitals, nursing facilities and ambulatory surgical centers) for research-specific projects or for general public use.
Briefs, reports, and snapshots on Virginia's health workforce.
Access health statistics and health-related information.
A statistical overview of the physician workforce in Idaho.
Data sets, maps, statistical information, and graphics on environmental health, chronic disease, behavioral health measures, public health, and demographics for Colorado.
Data from Colorado counties, also arranged under broad topics. The repository is also searchable.
The CHORDS pilot project uses EHR data to monitor public health trends and efficacy of interventions.
Provides health data for Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, and information about what is happening to improve the health of the community and other health information resources.
An accessible web portal that connects community groups working to improve health to the local area data and information they need to inform and evaluate their work. They aim to provide a comprehensive picture of the multiple factors that impact health, including individual behaviors, policies, systems, and environments.
Links to health statistics as well as various state-offered programs.
Data portal provides state- and county-level data on environmental public health topics, including air quality, asthma, oral health, water, reproductive health, cancer, and lead poisoning.
Wisconsin health statistics and data.
Suite of tools used to access the Georgia Department of Public Health's standardized health data repository. Tools include interactive tables, maps, animated charts, and a Community Health Needs Assessment Dashboard.
The Baltimore City Health Department has information on their successful public health programs and awareness campaigns, including secondhand smoking, infant mortality, free child eye screenings, drug addiction, senior food/medication delivery, and making safer streets.
Independent regulatory agency whose mission is to plan for health system needs,promote informed decision-making, increase accountability, and improve access in a rapidly changing health care environment by providing timely and accurate information on availability,cost, and quality of services to policy makers, purchasers, providers and the public.
This website contains information on the 39 measures in five focus areas (healthy beginnings, healthy living, healthy communities, access to health care, quality preventive care) that represent what it means for Maryland to be healthy.
Chicago community and hospital health profiles.
An interactive interface designed to provide information on health trends on health insurance, conditions (infectious diseases, chronic diseases, crime, environmental health), hospital admissions, healthcare providers, and demography
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) collects and evaluates thousands of health statistics to measure progress toward state and national health objectives. These numbers also provide the basis for developing and implementing public health strategies for disease prevention and health promotion.
Access statistics and demographics.
Reports and statistics on the health workforce in Delaware.
Briefs, fact sheets, and reports on health, health care, and insurance in Mississippi, including smoking, childhood obesity, school health services, nutrition, and preventable deaths.
This data series from Mississippi State University examines Methodologies for Measuring Healthcare Infrastructure Needs, Health Professional Shortage Areas Defined and Summarized, Programs Using HPSA Designation, Comparison of Different Healthcare Profession Measures. Data maps display shortage areas.
The Public Health Division collects and analyzes data on health behaviors, diseases and injuries, disseminates findings, and designs and promotes evidence-based programs and policies to improve the health and safety of all Oregonians.
The Officeof Health Policy conducts impartial, non-partisan policy analysis, research and evaluation, and provides technical assistance to support health reform planning and implementation in Oregon. The office serves in an advisory capacity to Oregon Health Policy Board, the Oregon Health Authority, the Governor and the Legislature.
Assessment provides a detailed description of the health of people in Oregon; values, strengths, and needs; and the availability of critical public health protections to keep everyone safe and healthy.
Its vision is healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments.
Kansas Health Matters is a one stop source of non-biased data and information about community health in Kansas. It is intended to help hospitals, health departments, policy makers, community planners and members learn about issues, identify improvements and collaborate for positive change.
Site contains information on federal designated health professional shortage areas, medically underserved areas and populations, and governor designated medically underserved areas, shortage areas by discipline, geography, and populations.
A tool to monitor the health of children and adults who live in Hennepin County. Data includes indicators on chronic disease, mortality, infectious disease, nutrition, substance use, preventive care, child health, and more.
Minnesota Compass is a social indicators project that measures progress within the state.
Statistics, data, and reports on diseases and conditions, environmental health, health behaviors and risk factors, health care systems, life stages and populations, and vital statistics.
Data and reports for the health workforce in Minnesota, including mental health, oral health, and primary care.
White paper reports on the status of the New Mexico health care workforce during the period 1 January 2016 - 31 December 2016.
NM-IBIS is the NM source for data and information on New Mexico's priority public health issues. Web-based data query, maps, charts and community data profiles for New Mexico state wide and counties. New Mexico is one of 10 states and two federal agencies in the IBIS-PH Community of Practice.
Health data for New Mexico at the state and community levels, organized in one place.
Access to Missouri health data and reports including Community Data Profiles, Missouri Information for Community Assessment, and Community Health Improvement Resources.
Statistical data on licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and advanced practice nurses in Missouri.
Tool allows community health improvement stakeholders and the public access to data to identify health factors and outcomes at the ZIP code level across Missouri.
This report presents data related to 60 health and social service occupations.
Maine DHHS releases annual reports on child abuse, infectious disease, syringe exchange, substance abuse, asthma, and more.
Report focuses upon the current and future healthcare needs of the citizens of West Virginia and the impact the needs currently have upon the healthcare providers and the communities they serve.
Administers programs on behalf of the state.
Data, reports, and statistics on county health, behavioral risk factors, epidemiology, vital statistics, tobacco use, and disease prevention.
The Department of Community Health is responsible for the collection of information on a range of health related issues. The information is collected to monitor the general health and well-being of Michigan's citizens. These data are useful for health program development, targeting and evaluation of program progress.
Repository of substance use and mental health data from Michigan counties and regions, from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Promotes and protects the health of all Nevadans and visitors to the state through its leadership in public health and enforcement of laws and regulations pertaining to public health. Link to interactive health databases.
Site provides visual display of important data on 17 counties in Nevada. This data is compiled from over 50 sources to include information on population, demographic characteristics, social and economic characteristics, health insurance coverage, population health, healthcare workforce and healthcare resources.
Reports from the University of Nevada on health workforce supply, physician workforce, and the mental and behavioral health workforce.
Report contains current, historical, and comparative data on the allopathic (MD) and osteopathic (DO) physician workforce in Nevada. The focus of this report is to improve health workforce planning and policy development in Nevada through the preparation and dissemination of the most current information on the physician workforce.
The Center for Health Statistics collects and tabulates health-related statistical data and operates the vital records system for the State of Alabama. A "Statistical Query System" is available for creating tables and showing frequencies of Alabama resident births and deaths.
Alabama Public Health works to provide caring, high quality and professional services for the improvement and protection of the public's health through disease prevention and the assurance of public health services to resident and transient populations of the state regardless of social circumstances or the ability to pay.
Brief profiles for all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico include data on current physician supply, medical school enrollment, and graduate medical education in the United States.
Report outlines annual workforce projections, incorporating the most current and best available evidence about health care delivery.
Use this tool to build a custom report compiling health-related data for a single state or multiple states. Choose from hundreds of State Health Facts indicators to create a report that focuses on the health issues and states most relevant to your work.
Portal with links to each state, with information on state contacts, organziations, tools, maps, funding, documents, journals, success stories and news.
Based on surveys from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, this project provides data on local issues and trends affecting low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities for 66 counties and 34 large cities in the Western United States.
The Welfare Rules Database is a searchable database of information on state regulations related to cash assistance programs. Searches can be limited to specific states, policies, years, coverage, and can be displayed in a variety of formats.
Download PDFs for workforce projects for each state, or use the mapping program to examine distribution of primary care physicians by state, county, or census tracts in metropolitan areas.
Link to various PDFs on state IT initiatives, surveys, reports, etc.
October 22 2010 briefing. Panelists were: Joel Ario, HHS Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight; Timothy Jost, Washington and Lee University; Michael McRaith, director of the Illinois Department of Insurance; and Terry Gardiner, Small Business Majority. Ed Howard of the Alliance and Sara Collins of The Commonwealth Fund co-moderated.
The AARP Public Policy Institute analyzes and publishes a wide range of state-specific data related to Americans over 50.
National nonprofit organization representing the state and territorial public health agencies of the United States, the U.S. Territories, and the District of Columbia.
The Center seeks to improve the health of individuals, families, and populations by understanding the problems, issues and alternatives in the design and delivery of health care services. This is accomplished through an interdisciplinary program of research, consultation, technical assistance and training that focuses on timely and policy-relevant questions concerning the accessibility, adequacy, organization, cost and effectiveness of health care services and the dissemination of this information to policy makers and the general public.
This is a technical assistance offering. Link to states' action plans, etc.
The Health Economics Program conducts research and applied policy analysis to monitor changes in the health care marketplace; to understand factors influencing health care cost, quality and access; and to provide technical assistance in the development of state health care policy.
Access research on state health policy questions such as "What are the implications of state health insurance expansions and reforms? How can states and localities help to ensure health care coverage for children?"
Independent academy of state health policymakers working together to identify emerging issues, develop policy solutions, and improve state health policy and practice.
Represents state chief information officers and information technology executives and managers from the states, territories, and the District of Columbia.
Bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staffs of the nation's 50 states, its commonwealths and territories. NCSL provides research, technical assistance and opportunities for policymakers to exchange ideas on the most pressing state issues.
Provides experience-based information and assistance to state leaders in order to help them move health care reform forward at the state level. Program ended in 2016, so content is no longer updated.
Data book examines current physician supply, medical school enrollment, and graduate medical education (GME) in the United States. The report provides the most current data available for each state, the District of Columbia (D.C.), and Puerto Rico in a series of maps, figures, and tables, including the U.S. average, state median, and state rank.
Provides a comprehensive, annual perspective on national health issues, state by state. The rankings feature an interactive map to explore health statistics and compare states side-by-side.
Tool allows comparisons of key public health indicators across cities. Users can explore more than 17,000 data points, including more than 50 health and socio-demographic indicators and compare them across different cities.
Provided are a definition, background and intent concerning the Certificate of Need requirement, as well as links to state specific information on CON regulations.
Provides county-by-county health rankings for each of the 50 states and Washington DC, explanations of each health factor, and actionable strategies to improve the health of communities across the nation.
Provides health data on more than 700 health topics including demographics, health insurance coverage, health costs, minority health, and women's health for all 50 states.
This interactive website compiles state data and analysis to showcase measures of state performance for creating a high-quality system of care in order to drive progress toward improvement in services for older adults and people with physical disabilities.
Provides access to to maternal and infant health-related data at the U.S., state, county, and city level.
A report, chartpack and data tables which examine states' performance on 20 indicators, including children's health care access, affordability of care, prevention and treatment, the potential to lead healthy lives, and health system equity.
Provides a focal point for coordination of state survey activities on the uninsured; funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and administered by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
A user-friendly and easily accessible tool for obtaining state-level estimates related to health and health care-such as insurance coverage, access, cost, utilization, and outcomes-as well as equity and economic measures.
State-specific public health data and information on key health indicators, public health preparedness, and public health funding indicators.
The Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention has developed several online tools related to heart disease and stroke prevention data trends, policy, and training pieces for states.
OASDI and SSI fact sheets for each state and Congressional district.
The Selected Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Risk Trends (SMART) project uses the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) to analyze the data of selected metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas (MMSAs) with 500 or more respondents. The data can be used to identify emerging health problems, establish and track health objectives, and develop and evaluate public health policies and programs.
Individual state data from a variety of NCHS programs, with an emphasis on the most recent vital statistics data on births and deaths.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. CMS is the federal agency which administers Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children's Health Insurance Program. Provides information for health professionals, regional governments, and consumers.
This website is devoted to the policies - and the people - of Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Conducted during 2009 as part of HISPC, this compendium of five reports detail variations in state law, business practices and policy related to privacy and security and the electronic exchange of health information.
The BRFSS is comprised of over 400,000 telephone surveys of U.S. adults each year. The survey covers health-related risk behaviors, health conditions, and use of preventive services, including drug addiction, depression, and other mental/behavioral topics.
HSRR is a searchable database of information about research datasets, instruments/indices and software employed in Health Services Research, the Behavioral and Social Sciences and Public Health. The database includes brief descriptions of research resources and links to PubMed.
Provides state-specific health care quality information, including strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement. The goal is to help state officials and their public- and private-sector partners better understand health care quality and disparities in their state.
The NSSRN samples and estimates the characteristics of registered nurses in the workforce. The information from these surveys helps us evaluate trends and projections of the future supply of nursing resources.
The objective of the State Cancer Profiles website is to provide a system to characterize the cancer burden in a standardized manner in order to motivate action, integrate surveillance into cancer control planning, characterize areas and demographic groups, and expose health disparities. The focus is on cancer sites for which there are evidence based control interventions. Interactive graphics and maps provide visual support for deciding where to focus cancer control efforts.
The State Data Centers (SDCs) are official sources of demographic, economic, and social statistics produced by the Census Bureau. The SDC program between the states and the Census Bureau was created to make data available locally to the public through a network of state agencies, universities, libraries, and regional and local governments.
Contains the universe of the inpatient discharge abstracts in participating States, translated into a uniform format to facilitate multi-State comparisons and analyses.
This program provides model-based estimates of health insurance coverage for counties and states. The data are extracted from several Census Bureau datasets. For example, they model health insurance coverage as measured by the Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) of the Current Population Survey (CPS).
Official federal statistics on cancer incidence from registries that have high-quality data and cancer mortality statistics for each year and for a combined five-year period. The site provides state-specific and regional data for cancer cases diagnosed and cancer deaths.