Selected public health data websites - Minnesota Department of Health

Selected public health data websites, by topic

Health Economics Program publications, Minnesota Department of Health: 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. The information is used to inform policymakers, consumers, and other stakeholders in Minnesota.

Health care workforce data and analysis, Minnesota Department of Health: Information on the health care workforce in Minnesota including workforce profiles by profession and shortage information.

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on access and service delivery.

Minnesota vital statistics interactive queries, Minnesota Department of Health: State and county birth, death and population data.

Birth outcomes, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System contains data by state and county for total fertility rate, infant mortality rate, term low birth weight, very low birth weight, preterm births, very preterm births, and sex ratio.

Minnesota health statistics annual summary, Minnesota Department of Health: Yearly publications on birth and deaths in Minnesota by county and selected cities.

National Center for Health Statistics, CDC: National data on births and deaths.

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on death rates for selected causes, teen birth rates and infant mortality rates.

Childhood lead exposure, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System contains data on blood lead testing and blood lead levels.

Minnesota Student Survey, Minnesota Department of Health: Results from the Minnesota Student Survey by state and county.

Data Center, Minnesota Department of Education: The Data Center provides a repository of information about Minnesota schools. Several years of data have been compiled describing general characteristics of each school district including enrollment, attendance and language.

Minnesota KIDS COUNT, Annie E. Casey Foundation / Children's Defense Fund Minnesota: Minnesota KIDS COUNT provides county-by-county data on the well-being of Minnesota's children and families. Minnesota KIDS COUNT releases periodic reports and an annual data book to provide a statistical profile of Minnesota's children and suggestions for action on their behalf.

KIDS COUNT Data Center, Annie E. Casey Foundation / Children's Defense Fund Minnesota: This site brings together data on the well-being of children collected by KIDS COUNT grantees from state and local sources. The unique system allows users to access state-specific inventories of data from local sources, such as health departments, human services agencies, and schools. The content of state pages is determined by a participating KIDS COUNT partner using data from local jurisdictions.

Data related to children and youth with special health needs, Minnesota Department of Health

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on teen birth rates and infant mortality rates.

Asthma in Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System includes state and county asthma hospitalization data.

Minnesota Cancer Reporting System (MCRS), Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Cancer Reporting System (MCRS) is the state's cancer registry. It is an ongoing program within the Section of Chronic Disease and Environmental Epidemiology at the Minnesota Department of Health. The MCRS systematically collects demographic and diagnostic information on all Minnesota residents with newly-diagnosed cancers.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System includes state and county COPD hospitalization data.

Population-level indicators for monitoring the picture of diabetes in Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Health: Includes national and state data on diabetes.

Heart attacks, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System includes state heart attack hospitalization data.

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on cancer and heart disease death rates.

QuickFacts, US Census: QuickFacts provides demographic statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.

Minnesota State Demographic Center: A compilation of most requested Census 2010 data, issues, links and presentations.

Regional economic accounts, US Bureau of Economic Analysis: Local data including per capital income, personal income, population by county.

Explore Census data, US Census

Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE) Program, US Census:1989 – most recent Intercensal Estimates for States, Counties & School Districts of age 0-17 in poverty, age 5-17 in families in poverty, age 5-17 in families in poverty, under age 5 in poverty (Only available for states), median household income.

Data Center, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development: Employment related statistics for the state of Minnesota and its counties.

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on various demographic indicators.

Air quality in Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System includes information on fine particles and ozone.

Carbon monoxide poisoning, Minnesota Department of Health: The Minnesota Public Health Data Access System includes state and county data on emergency department visits and hospitalizations due to carbon monoxide exposure.

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency: MPCA has information on air quality, hazardous waste and water quality.

Atlas of Minnesota, Center for Rural Policy and Development: Digital maps of county data on various environmental and natural resource indicators.

Groundwater, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Lakes, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Reports and statistics, Minnesota Department of Public Safety: Reports including the Minnesota Crash Facts.

Fire incident reporting, Minnesota Department of Public Safety: This site lists state and national publications on fires including Fire in Minnesota.

Injury and violence prevention, Minnesota Department of Health: Injury and violence publications on injury-related mortality, intimate partner violence, and violence-related injury.

Minnesota Injury Data Access System (MIDAS), Minnesota Department of Health: MIDAS enables you to more easily learn about the injury and violence data for Minnesotans, whether for a specific county, for a type of injury, or by gender, timeframe, or other factor.

US Small-Area Life Expectancy Estimates Project - USALEEP, CDC: USALEEP provides census tract level data on life expectancy. Census tract-level data offer information on a much smaller and targeted group of people making it easier to create a more complete picture of health at a local level. This was a one-time joint project of the National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2018.

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), CDC: State data on adult risk behaviors such as smoking and alcohol use.

CDC Wonder: Provides a multitude of public health data such as births, deaths and injury.

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