New maps and data for 2016-2020 now available for Liver Disease Mortality indicator!

New 5-year mortality rates for 2016-2020 are now available (replacing data for 2015-2019). Death counts were downloaded from the CDC WONDER query system. Total rates and race/ethnicity or gender statistics are reported for US counties and states with 10 or more deaths over the report period.  Affected indicators:

Health Outcomes

  • Liver Disease Mortality

Stroke Hospitalizations

New maps and data now are available for the Stroke Hospitalizations indicator. Data have been updated for the 2017-2019 reporting period, replacing data for 2016-2018.

Heart Disease Hospitalizations

New maps and data now are available for the Coronary Heart Disease Hospitalizations indicator. Data have been updated for the 2017-2019 reporting period, replacing data for 2016-2018. Trends over time now available for three-year periods beginning with 2011-2013.

New maps and data now available for the Absolute Threshold Heat Index Days from the CDC National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, 2022. ***PREM***

Data have been updated from 2011 annual count via CDC WONDER to 2019-21 three-year average count via CDC National Environmental Public Health. Maps are updated accordingly to reflect this change. We made this change because the old version has not been updated since 2011. Note that the new report fields are different than the previous report.

New maps and data now available for the 2020 Employment Change indicator are now available! ***PRO***

Data showing employment changes between 2019 and 2020 in US businesses are now available! These data are from the 2020 Business Dynamics Statistics (BDS) database, which provides annual measures of business dynamics (such as job creation and destruction, establishment births and deaths, and firm startups and shutdowns) for the economy overall and aggregated by establishment and firm characteristics.

New maps and data for the 2020 Area Deprivation Index indicator are now available!

Data for the 2020 Area Deprivation Index (ADI) are now available! The ADI is a ranking of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups.