Community Health Indicator Reports NY

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This dataset contains the latest community health indicator data available. New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS) were developed in 2012, and are updated annually to consolidate and improve data linkages for the health indicators included in the County Health Assessment Indicators (CHAI) for all communities in New York.

Complexity

The New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS) provide data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data tables with links to trend graphs and maps.
Data tables are provided for all 62 New York State counties, 11 regions (including New York City), the State excluding New York City, and New York State.

Data available from this source can be accessed by Health indicator data for all counties, regions, and state by health topics; Health indicator data by counties or by Data sources, methodology and data presentation.

This dataset, however, consists of various types of indicators with different units of measurement such as rates per 10,000 population, rates per 100,000 population, and percentages. Therefore, comparisons of data across indicators might not be valid.

Date Created

2014-07-04

Last Modified

2017-09-16

Version

2017-09-16

Update Frequency

Quarterly

Temporal Coverage

2008-2017

Spatial Coverage

New York, United States

Source

John Snow Labs => Data State of New York

Source License URL

John Snow Labs Standard License

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Health Indicators, Health, Health Status, Health Assessment, Community Health, Healthy Community, Community Health Profiles, County Rankings

Other Titles

Community Health Indicators New York, Community Health Assessment Reports New York, Community Health Profiles New York

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
County_NameDescription of the geographical region or subdivision of New York City in terms of its Community Health Indicator Reports.stringrequired : 1
Health_Topic_NumberDescription of the assigned health topic number.integerrequired : 1 level : Nominal
Health_TopicDescription of the specific health topic for the Community Health Indicator Reports.stringrequired : 1
Indicator_NumberDescription of the indicator number.stringrequired : 1
Indicator_Unit_of_MeasurementDescription of the units of measurement used for the specific population.stringrequired : 1
Event_CountDescription of the number of events recorded.integerlevel : Ratio
Average_Number_Of_DenominatorDescription of the average number representing the total population.integerlevel : Ratio
Measure_UnitDescription of the unit of measurement used for the data whether rate or percentage.string-
Percent_Or_RateDescription of the percentage or rate.numberlevel : Ratio
Lower_Limit_Of_95_Percent_Confidence_IntervalDescription of the lower limits in the range of values that have been given specific parameters to it.numberlevel : Ratio
Upper_Limit_Of_95_Percent_Confidence_IntervalDescription of the upper limits in the range of values that have been given specific parameters to it.numberlevel : Ratio
Data_CommentsDescription of special notes or comments related to the survey value.string-
QuartileDescription of the middle value between the lower and the upper limits of the data set.string-
Data_YearsDescription of the coverage years for the survey.stringrequired : 1
Data_SourceDescription of the source of data.stringrequired : 1
Mapping_DistributionDescription of the graphic representation of elements of importance to the dataset such as or pertaining to indicators, event counts or geographic occurrence of an item.integerlevel : Ratio
LatitudeThe description of the mapping in terms of latitude of the County where the surveillance report was gathered.-
LongitudeThe description of the mapping in terms of longitude of the County where the surveillance report was gathered.-
County_NameHealth_Topic_NumberHealth_TopicIndicator_NumberIndicator_Unit_of_MeasurementEvent_CountAverage_Number_Of_DenominatorMeasure_UnitPercent_Or_RateLower_Limit_Of_95_Percent_Confidence_IntervalUpper_Limit_Of_95_Percent_Confidence_IntervalData_CommentsQuartileData_YearsData_SourceMapping_DistributionLatitudeLongitude
Western NY1Cancer Indicatorsg14Ovarian cancer incidence rate per 100,000427789873Rate182010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Central NY1Cancer Indicatorsg19Melanoma cancer mortality rate per 100,000921025519Rate32010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Central NY1Cancer Indicatorsg1All cancer incidence rate per 100,000188961025519Rate614.22010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Mid-Hudson1Cancer Indicatorsg1All cancer incidence rate per 100,000387612302875Rate561.12010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Western NY1Cancer Indicatorsg1All cancer incidence rate per 100,000314051542775Rate678.52010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Central NY1Cancer Indicatorsg2All cancers mortality rate per 100,00067181025519Rate218.42010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Mohawk Valley1Cancer Indicatorsg2All cancers mortality rate per 100,0001776264241Rate2242010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Central NY8Injury Indicatorsd26Homicide mortality rate per 100,000931023228Rate32012-20142012-2014 Vital Statistics Data as of May, 2016
Long Island1Cancer Indicatorsg1All cancer incidence rate per 100,000528342843573Rate619.32010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015
Mohawk Valley1Cancer Indicatorsg1All cancer incidence rate per 100,0005124264241Rate646.42010-2012Cancer Registry Data as of April, 2015