- US Big Cities Morbidity Levels Among Mothers And Babies Born
- Percentage Of Low Birth Babies And Mothers Under 20 In US Cities
- US Big Cities Mother Health
- US Big Cities Child Health
- Percent Of Mothers Under 20
- Percent Of Low Weight Babies Born
Big Cities Mother And Child Health
This dataset contains estimates of morbidity levels related to mother and child shared by the Big Cities Health Coalition members represented by the largest metropolitan health departments in the United States. The estimated values of morbidity levels cover the 2010-2015 period and are described by gender and race/ethnicity.
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The source of data is represented by The Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC), a forum for the leaders of America’s largest metropolitan health departments to exchange strategies and jointly address issues to promote and protect the health and safety of the people they serve. BCHC is a project of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), which represents the nation’s 2,800 local governmental health departments.
Most of the data came directly from cities, while some were secured from the U.S. Census or other similar publicly available dataset where city data were available. For the most part, jurisdictions reported their three most recent years of data, which were 2012, 2013, and 2014. Data prior to 2010 were not included, even if it meant a jurisdiction only had two years of data available. The nature of the data varies considerably. When data were not provided or available, the appropriate cell was left blank. Not all health departments were able to provide data for all indicators and, in cases where denominators were too small, certain rates for subpopulations were not displayed.
Most data were reviewed by individual cities as well. Where sample sizes allow, indicators are broken down into subpopulations for race and ethnicity categories. For most jurisdictions, the default options were White (Non-Hispanic), Black (Non-Hispanic), Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Other. In areas where certain populations were too small, the various subpopulations were included in the “other” category with any additional racial/ethnic minorities. In many of the California cities, as well as Seattle, reported numbers only represent Asians; Pacific Islanders are not included. Some jurisdictions also report mixed-race numbers, and where they do, those numbers are reported as “Multi-racial”.
Percent low birthweight is defined as the percentage of babies born under 2,500 grams. Percentage of mothers under age 20 reflects the birth mothers’ age.
Dataset contains the BCHC requested methodology for every indicator, along with sources of data used by the BCHC member and notes about the methods and data. The ICD-10 codes corresponding to babies with low birthweight (under 2,500 grams) are P05.0-P05.8.
About this Dataset
John Snow Labs; Big Cities Health Coalition;
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US Big Cities Mother Health, US Big Cities Child Health, Percent Of Mothers Under 20, Percent Of Low Weight Babies Born
US Big Cities Morbidity Levels Among Mothers And Babies Born, Percentage Of Low Birth Babies And Mothers Under 20 In US Cities
|Health_Disorder_Or_Health_Risk_Factor||The health condition or health risk factor related to mothers or babies born||string||required : 1|
|Year||The year in the interval 2010-2015 to which the estimated value morbidity level corresponds||date||required : 1|
|Gender||The type of gender to which the estimated value of morbidity level corresponds or both of them||string||enum : Array (  => Male  => Female  => Both ) required : 1|
|Race_Ethnicity||The race/ethnicity (White Non-Hispanic, Black Non-Hispanic, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian/Alaska Native or Other) to which the estimated value of morbidity level corresponds or all of them||string||required : 1|
|Percent_With_Health_Condition_Or_Risk_Factor||The estimated value of the morbidity level specific to a health condition or a health risk factor, among a specific population, from a location, of gender or both, of race/ethnicity or all and in one of the years from the interval 2010-2015||number||level : Ratio|
|Lower_Limit_95_Percent_Confidence_Interval||The lower limit of the confidence interval, for the estimated value of morbidity level, determined with a degree of 95% confidence||number||level : Ratio|
|Upper_Limit_95_Percent_Confidence_Interval||The upper limit of the confidence interval, for the estimated value of morbidity level, determined with a degree of 95% confidence||number||level : Ratio|
|City_Or_County_Name||The city or county to which the estimated value of morbidity level corresponds or US level||string||required : 1|
|State||The name of US state where the city or county, to which the estimated value of morbidity level corresponds, is located||string||-|
|State_Abbreviation||The abbreviated name of US state where the city or county, to which the estimated value of morbidity level corresponds, is located||string||-|
|BCHC_Requested_Methodology_For_Data||The Big Cities Health Coalition requested methodology for the estimation of morbidity levels by health condition or health risk factor and population group (mothers or babies born)||string||required : 1|
|Data_Sources||The sources of the data used for the estimation of morbidity level by a health condition or health risk factor, the population group and for a specific location and year||string||-|
|Methods_And_Data_Notes||Notes about the method used to estimate the level of morbidity level and about data used in the process||string||-|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2010||Both||White||9.0||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2011||Both||White||9.9||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2012||Both||White||9.6||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2010||Both||Black||15.9||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2010||Both||Other||11.0||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2011||Both||Black||15.8||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2011||Both||Other||11.2||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2012||Both||Black||16.1||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2012||Both||Other||10.7||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|
|Low Birth Weight Babies Born||2013||Both||Black||16.0||Cleveland||Ohio||OH||Percentage of Birth under 2,500 grams.|