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  1. HHS

    VitalStats

    Interactive online tool for creating and manipulating tables based on birth and perinatal (fetal and infant death) data files. Tabulated data can be graphed or mapped within VitalStats or exported to Excel for further analysis.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Geographic Granularity: County

  2. HHS

    CDC Child Growth Charts

    CDC child growth charts consist of a series of percentile curves that illustrate the distribution of selected body measurements in U.S. children. Pediatric growth charts have been used by pediatricians, nurses, and parents to track the growth of infants, children, and adolescents in the United States since 1977. Growth charts are not intended to be used as a sole diagnostic instrument. Instead, growth charts are tools that contribute to forming an overall clinical impression for the child being measured.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Jan 1, 1977
    Date Updated: May 30, 2000
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  3. HHS

    Health Data Interactive (HDI)

    Health Data Interactive (HDI) presents a broad range of important public health indicators through an interactive web-based application that provides access to pre-tabulated national and state data for the US. The primary objective is to provide national estimates of public health measures cross tabulated by a common set of variables. HDI tables contain national health statistics for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. The tables can be customized by age, gender, race/ethnicity, and geographic location to explore different trends and patterns.n

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Mar 24, 2009
    Date Updated: Jan 19, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: State

  4. HHS

    CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

    The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is a state-based system of health surveys that collects information on health risk behaviors, preventive health practices, and health care access primarily related to chronic disease and injury. For many states, the BRFSS is the only available source of timely, accurate data on health-related behaviors.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Jan 1, 1984
    Date Updated: Nov 15, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: County

  5. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Births

    The Births (Natality) online databases in CDC WONDER report birth rates, fertility rates and counts of live births occurring within the United States to U.S. residents and non-residents. Counts can be obtained by state, county, child's gender and weight, mother's race, mother's age, mother's education, gestation period, prenatal care, birth plurality, and mother's medical and tobacco use risk factors. The data are derived from birth certificates. Data are available since 1995. The data are produced by the National Center for Health Statistics.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Feb 4, 2005
    Date Updated: Jun 21, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: County

  6. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Mortality- Underlying Cause of Death

    The CDC WONDER Mortality - Underlying Cause of Death online database is a county-level national mortality and population database spanning the years since 1979. Data are updated annually. The number of deaths, crude death rates, age-adjusted death rates, standard errors and confidence intervals for death rates can be obtained by place of residence (total U.S., Census region, Census division, state, and county), age group (including infant age groups), race (years 1979-1998: White, Black, and Other; years 1999-present: American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Black or African American, and White), Hispanic origin (years 1979-1998: not available; years 1999-present: Hispanic or Latino, not Hispanic or Latino, Not Stated), gender, year of death, and underlying cause ofdeath (years 1979-1998: 4-digit ICD-9 code and 72 cause-of-death recode; years 1999-present: 4-digit ICD-10 codes and 113 cause-of-death recode, as well as the Injury Mortality matrix classification for Intent and Mechanism), and urbanization level of residence (2006 NCHS urban-rural classification scheme for counties). The data are produced by the National Center for Health Statistics.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 1995
    Date Updated: Nov 15, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: County

  7. HHS

    Fourth National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants

    AoA's Performance Outcomes Measures project (POMP) helps States and Area Agencies on Aging assess their own program performance, while assisting AoA to meet the accountability provisions of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) program assessment requirements. Through annual performance reports, Federal agencies provide detailed information on their progress in meeting program performance objectives. Congress and OMB now use performance information to support budget decisions. Many state and local governments are requiring similar systems of accountability to document results and justify funding. In order to gather information on the performance of its program, the Administration on Aging surveys the participants in its Older Americans Act programs. These national surveys provide a portrait of who receives these services and how they assess the quality of the services received.

    Agency: Administration for Community Living
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 2008
    Date Updated: Sep 1, 2008

  8. HHS

    Health Indicators Warehouse

    Data sets contain Calendar Year 2008 National, Hospital Referral Region, and State level information on Medicare's Aged Fee-for-Service Population. Information includes Chronic Condition and Disease Prevalence, Population Characteristics, Health Care Utilization, and Quality Indicators.

    Agency: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Aug 22, 2012Converted from “Scheduled for 01/20/2010”.
    Date Updated: Jan 20, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: State

  9. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Population (from Census)

    The Population online databases contain data from the US Census Bureau. The Census Estimates online database contains contains county-level population counts for years 1970 - 2000. The data comprise the April 1st Census counts for years 1970, 1980, 1990 and 2000, the July 1st intercensal estimates for years 1971-1979 and 1981-1989, and the July 1st postcensal estimates for years 1991-1999. The Census Projections online database contains population projections for years 2004-2030 by year, state, age, race and sex, prodyced by teh Cenus Bureau in 2005. The data are produced by the United States Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 1995
    Date Updated: Sep 19, 2005
    Geographic Granularity: County

  10. HHS

    National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 2010

    The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) series (formerly titled National Household Survey on Drug Abuse) primarily measures the prevalence and correlates of drug use in the United States. The surveys are designed to provide quarterly, as well as annual, estimates. Information is provided on the use of illicit drugs, alcohol, and tobacco among members of United States households aged 12 and older. Questions included age at first use as well as lifetime, annual, and past-month usage for the following drug classes: marijuana, cocaine (and crack), hallucinogens, heroin, inhalants, alcohol, tobacco, and nonmedical use of prescription drugs, including pain relievers, tranquilizers, stimulants, and sedatives. The survey covers substance abuse treatment history and perceived need for treatment, and includes questions from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) of Mental Disorders that allow diagnostic criteria to be applied. The survey included questions concerning treatment for both substance abuse and mental health-related disorders. Respondents were also asked about personal and family income sources and amounts, health care access and coverage, illegal activities and arrest record, problems resulting from the use of drugs, and needle-sharing.

    Agency: Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Group Name: National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH)
    Date Released: Dec 5, 2011
    Date Updated: Dec 5, 2011
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  11. HHS

    First National Survey of Older Americans Act Survey of Participants

    AoA's Performance Outcomes Measures project (POMP) helps States and Area Agencies on Aging assess their own program performance, while assisting AoA to meet the accountability provisions of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) program assessment requirements. Through annual performance reports, Federal agencies provide detailed information on their progress in meeting program performance objectives. Congress and OMB now use performance information to support budget decisions. Many state and local governments are requiring similar systems of accountability to document results and justify funding. In order to gather information on the performance of its program, the Administration on Aging surveys the participants in its Older Americans Act programs. These national surveys provide a portrait of who receives these services and how they assess the quality of the services received.

    Agency: Administration for Community Living
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 2003
    Date Updated: Sep 1, 2003

  12. HHS

    Designated Health Professional Shortage Areas

    Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) Data Download makes data and information concerning Designated HPSAs readily available to our users in a one-stop download. It is intended to help analysts and people who would like to analyze health care sites. The user is provided a data file in text format, the metadata and template files are in Excel format, and the import instructions are in PDF format.

    Agency: Health Resources and Services Administration
    Subject: Health Care Providers
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Jun 1, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: Street Address

  13. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Mortality- Infant Deaths

    The Mortality - Infant Deaths (from Linked Birth / Infant Death Records) online databases on CDC WONDER provide counts and rates for deaths of children under 1 year of age, occuring within the United States to U.S. residents. Information from death certificates has been linked to corresponding birth certificates. Data are available by county of mother's residence, child's age, underlying cause of death, gender, birth weight, birth plurality, birth order, gestational age at birth, period of prenatal care, maternal race and ethnicity, maternal age, maternal education and marital status. Data are available since 1995. The data are produced by the National Center for Health Statistics.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 1995
    Date Updated: Jul 9, 2009
    Geographic Granularity: County

  14. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Mortality- Multiple Cause of Death

    The Mortality - Multiple Cause of Death data on CDC WONDER are county-level national mortality and population data spanning the years 1999-2006. These data are available in two separate data sets: one data set for years 1999-2004 with 3 race groups, and another data set for years 2005-2006 with 4 race groups and 3 Hispanic origin categories. Data are based on death certificates for U.S. residents. Each death certificate contains a single underlying cause of death, up to twenty additional multiple causes, and demographic data. The number of deaths, crude death rates, age-adjusted death rates, standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for death rates can be obtained by place of residence (total U.S., state, and county), age group (including infants), race, Hispanic ethnicity (years 2005-2006 only), gender, year of death, and cause-of-death (4-digit ICD-10 code or group of codes). The data are produced by the National Center for Health Statistics.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: May 8, 2009
    Date Updated: Jul 12, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: County

  15. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

    The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) online database on CDC WONDER provides counts and percentages of adverse event case reports after vaccination, by symptom, vaccine product, manufacturer, onset interval, outcome category, year and month vaccinated, year and month reported, age, sex and state / territory. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System is a cooperative program for vaccine safety of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). VAERS is a post-marketing safety surveillance program, collecting information about adverse events (possible side effects) that occur after the administration of US licensed vaccines. Data are from the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Public Health Service (PHS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA)/ Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 21, 2006
    Date Updated: Dec 3, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: State

  16. HHS

    CDC WONDER: Population- Bridged-Race July 1st Estimates

    The Population - Bridged-Race July 1st Estimates online databases report bridged-race population estimates of the July 1st resident population of the United States, based on Census 2000 counts, for use in calculating vital rates. These estimates result from "bridging" the 31 race categories used in Census 2000, as specified in the 1997 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) standards for the collection of data on race and ethnicity, to the four race categories specified under the 1977 standards (Asian or Pacific Islander, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, White). Many data systems, such as vital statistics, are continuing to use the 1977 OMB standards during the transition to full implementation of the 1997 OMB standards. Postcensal estimates are available for year 2000 - 2009; intercensal estimates are available for the years 1990-1999. Obtain population counts by Year, State, County, Race (4-categories), Ethnicity, Sex and Age (1-year or 5-year groups). The data are released by the National Center for Health Statistics.

    Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Jul 12, 2004
    Date Updated: Sep 3, 2010
    Geographic Granularity: County

  17. HHS

    Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS)

    The Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS) is a computerized information database designed to support the FDA's post-marketing safety surveillance program for all approved drug and therapeutic biologic products. The FDA uses AERS to monitor for new adverse events and medication errors that might occur with these marketed products. Reporting of adverse events from the point of care is voluntary in the United States. FDA receives some adverse event and medication error reports directly from health care professionals (such as physicians, pharmacists, nurses and others) and consumers (such as patients, family members, lawyers and others). Healthcare professionals and consumers may also report these events to the products' manufacturers. If a manufacturer receives an adverse event report, it is required to send the report to FDA as specified by regulations. The files listed on this page contain raw data extracted from the AERS database for the indicated time ranges and are not cumulative. Users of these files need to be familiar with creation of relational databases using applications such as ORACLE, Microsoft Office Access, MySQL and IBM DB2 or the use of ASCII files with SAS analytic tools. A simple search of AERS data cannot be performed with these files by persons who are not familiar with creation of relational databases.

    Agency: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Jan 1, 2004
    Geographic Granularity: Country

  18. HHS

    Fifth National Survey of Older Americans Act Survey of Participants

    AoA's Performance Outcomes Measures project (POMP) helps States and Area Agencies on Aging assess their own program performance, while assisting AoA to meet the accountability provisions of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) program assessment requirements.Through annual performance reports, Federal agencies provide detailed information on their progress in meeting program performance objectives. Congress and OMB now use performance information to support budget decisions. Many state and local governments are requiring similar systems of accountability to document results and justify funding.In order to gather information on the performance of its program, the Administration on Aging surveys the participants in its Older Americans Act programs. These national surveys provide a portrait of who receives these services and how they assess the quality of the services received.

    Agency: Administration for Community Living
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Apr 15, 2011
    Date Updated: Apr 15, 2011
    Geographic Granularity: Sub-National Region

  19. HHS

    Second National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants

    AoA's Performance Outcomes Measures project (POMP) helps States and Area Agencies on Aging assess their own program performance, while assisting AoA to meet the accountability provisions of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) program assessment requirements. Through annual performance reports, Federal agencies provide detailed information on their progress in meeting program performance objectives. Congress and OMB now use performance information to support budget decisions. Many state and local governments are requiring similar systems of accountability to document results and justify funding. In order to gather information on the performance of its program, the Administration on Aging surveys the participants in its Older Americans Act programs. These national surveys provide a portrait of who receives these services and how they assess the quality of the services received.

    Agency: Administration for Community Living
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Sep 1, 2004
    Date Updated: Sep 1, 2004

  20. HHS

    State Cancer Profiles Web site

    The State Cancer Profiles (SCP) web site provides statistics to help guide and prioritize cancer control activities at the state and local levels. SCP is a collaborative effort using local and national level cancer data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) and National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Registries (SEER). SCP address select types of cancer and select behavioral risk factors for which there are evidence-based control interventions. The site provides incidence, mortality and prevalence comparison tables as well as interactive graphs and maps and support data. The graphs and maps provide visual support for deciding where to focus cancer control efforts.

    Agency: Department of Health & Human Services
    Subject: Population Statistics
    Date Released: Apr 1, 2004
    Date Updated: Jul 1, 2011
    Geographic Granularity: County

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