Health Datapalooza 2013: Datalab - Jim Craver

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Health Datapalooza 2013: Datalab - Jim Craver

  1. 1. The Health Indicators Warehouse:Accessing aggregatedpopulation health dataA presentation at the 2013 Health DatapaloozaJune 3, 2013 Washington, DCJames M. CraverNational Center for Health StatisticsU.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICESCenters for Disease Control and PreventionNational Center for Health Statistics
  2. 2. Health Indicators Warehouse (HIW)www.healthindicators.gov• Approximately 1,200 unique indicators withnational, state, and local level data, as available• Supporting metadata to aid use of indicators• Link from indicators to evidence-basedinterventions• More than 160 data sources• Federal: Census data, CMS, Other HHS, ED, Agriculture and otherFederal Surveys, Surveillance Data, Medicare Administrative Data,EPA modeled data• State: BRFSS, Surveillance System Data• Associations: AMA, AHA, other health professions data• NGOs: ASTHO, NACCHO, other member surveys• Web services: peer-to-peer/business applicationcapability
  3. 3. National Vital Statistics System• Source: State vital registration systems• National Vital Statistics System – Natatility: 20 HIW indicators• National Vital Statistics System – Mortality: 55 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Birth rates and birthweight• Teen and nonmaritial births• Preterm delivery, multiple births, birth outcomes, method of delivery• Deaths, causes of death and occupational mortality• Fetal deaths and infant mortality• Target sample size• Births: About 4 million records annually• Deaths: About 2.4 million records annually• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss.htm
  4. 4. National Health Interview Survey(NHIS)• Source: Personal interviews• 101 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Health status and limitations• Selected health conditions and health behaviors• Health insurance and use of healthcare• Poisoning and injuries• Immunizations• Target sample size: 35,000 to 51,000 households per year• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/about_nhis.htm
  5. 5. National Health and NutritionExamination Survey (NHANES)• Source: Personal interviews, physical exams, laboratory tests• 97 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Selected diseases and conditions, included undiagnosed• Nutritional monitoring, overweight and diabetes• Infectious disease monitoring• Environmental exposures monitoring• Children’s growth and development• Respiratory diseases, hypertension, and cholesterol• Hearing• Target sample size: 5,000 persons per year• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes.htm
  6. 6. National Survey of Family Growth(NSFG)• Source: Personal interviews• 43 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Contraception and sterilization• Teenage sexual activity and pregnancy• Family planning and unintended pregnancy• Infertility, adoption, breastfeeding• Target sample size: 5,000, ages 15 to 44• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nsfg.htm
  7. 7. National Ambulatory Medical CareSurvey (NAMCS)• Source: Review of medical records and physician interviews• 14 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Patient characteristics and clinical management• Demographics, diagnoses, procedures, medications• Provider/clinical characteristics, specialty, practice size,ownership• Use of electronic medical records• Target sample size: 180,000 patient visits; over 20,000 physiciansin either office-based practices or community health centers• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/dhcs.htm
  8. 8. National Hospital AmbulatoryMedical Care Survey (NHAMCS)• Source: Review of medical records and hospital administrator interviews• 13 HIW indicators• Frequency: Annual• Select data items• Patient characteristics, demographics, length of stay• Diagnosis and treatment• Facility characteristics, specialty, volume• Use of electronic medical records• Target sample size: 100,000 patient visits; 480 hospitals; 200 ambulatorysurgery centers• More information: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/dhcs.htm
  9. 9. Contact for more informationJames CraverAssistant Director, Office of Analysis and EpidemiologyNational Center for Health StatisticsCenters for Disease Control and PreventionDepartment of Health and Human Servicesjcraver@cdc.gov

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