Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES)

The Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES) is a data partnership between two organizations and three state agencies. Data from the Minnesota Hospital Association, the Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board and the Minnesota Departments of Health, Public Safety, and Transportation are probabilistically linked to allow trend analysis of motor vehicle crashes. Some areas of analysis include place of crash, alcohol involvement, and seatbelt use.

In addition to its role in collecting and analyzing crash data, the Injury and Violence Prevention Unit works cooperatively to develop and support crash prevention programs; partners include the Minnesota Safety Council and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

CODES 2000 software add-on utility
The Injury and Violence Prevention Unit offers free download of an add-on utility for the CODES 2000 software. This add-on utility assists in calculations and processing linkages. You must already have the CODES 2000 software installed for this tool to be functional.

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Contact for more information:

Anna Gaichas, MS
Biostatistician
651-201-5478


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