US Chronic Disease Indicators

$395 / year

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Division of Population Health provides cross-cutting set of 124 indicators that were developed by consensus and that allows states and territories and large metropolitan areas to uniformly define, collect, and report chronic disease data that are important to public health practice and available for states, territories and large metropolitan areas. In addition to providing access to state-specific indicator data, the CDI website serves as a gateway to additional information and data resources.

Complexity

The chronic disease indicators (CDI) are a set of surveillance indicators developed by consensus among Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD). CDI enables public health professionals and policymakers to retrieve uniformly defined state and selected metropolitan-level data for chronic diseases and risk factors that have a substantial impact on public health. These indicators are essential for surveillance, prioritization, and evaluation of public health interventions. Several of the current chronic disease indicators are available and reported on other websites, either by the data source/custodians or by categorical chronic disease programs. However, CDI is the only integrated source for comprehensive access to a wide range of indicators for the surveillance of chronic diseases, conditions, and risk factors at the state level and for selected large metropolitan areas.
The original CDI consisted of 73 indicators adopted in 1998 and amended in 2002. In 2012-13, CDC, CSTE, and NACDD collaborated on a series of reviews that were informed by subject-matter expert opinion to make recommendations for updating CDI. The goal of this review was to ensure that CDI is responsive to the expanded scope and priorities of chronic disease prevention programs in state health departments.
As a result, CDI increased to 124 indicators in the following 18 topic groups: alcohol; arthritis; asthma; cancer; cardiovascular disease; chronic kidney disease; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; diabetes; immunization; nutrition, physical activity, and weight status; oral health; tobacco; overarching conditions; and new topic areas that include disability, mental health, older adults, reproductive health, and school health. For the first time, CDI includes 22 indicators of systems and environmental change. A total of 201 individual measures are included for the 124 indicators, many of which overlap multiple chronic disease topic areas or are specific to a certain sex or age group.
CDI is an example of collaboration among CDC and state health departments in building a consensus set of state-based health surveillance indicators. This update will help ensure that CDI remains the most relevant and current collection of chronic disease surveillance data for state epidemiologists, chronic disease program officials, and reproductive health and maternal and child health officials. The standardized indicator definitions will also encourage consistency in chronic disease surveillance at the national, state, and local public health levels.

Date Created

2015-05-18

Last Modified

2018-05-25

Version

2018-05-25

Update Frequency

Quarterly

Temporal Coverage

N/A

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs => Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Source License URL

John Snow Labs Standard License

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Oral Health, Chronic Disease Indicators, Status Of Life, Public Health, Clinical Conditions, Expectancy Definition, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Immunization, Mental Health

Other Titles

U.S. Chronic Disease Indicators Statistics Tools, U.S. Chronic Disease Indicators Status Of Life, U.S. Chronic Disease Indicators Clinical Conditions, U.S. Chronic Disease Indicators Expectancy Definition

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
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Year_EndIdentifies the year when reporting ends.daterequired : 1
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Location_DescriptionName of U.S State or District of Columbia.stringrequired : 1
Data_SourceIdentifies the source from where the data is collected.stringrequired : 1
TopicIdentifies the Chronic Disease topic.stringrequired : 1
QuestionIdentifies Chronic Disease Indicator.stringrequired : 1
ICD10ICD 10 code for the measure.string-
HCPCSHCPCS code for the measure.string-
Data_Value_UnitIdentifies unit of the data value.string-
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Data_ValueYesstring-
Data_Value_AltIdentifies the alternate data value. The responses that are in another form than numbers have been eliminated and replaced with blank values here.numberlevel : Ratio
Data_Value_Footnote_SymbolData value footnote symbolstring-
Data_Value_FootnoteIdentifies Footnotes for data values.string-
Low_Confidence_LimitLower Confidence Interval.numberlevel : Ratio
High_Confidence_LimitHigher Confidence Interval.numberlevel : Ratio
Stratification_Category_1Identifies the sampling category of the population.stringrequired : 1
Stratification1Identifies the sampling sub category of the population.stringrequired : 1
LatitudeIdentifies the geographical location Latitude.-
LongitudeIdentifies the geographical location Longitude.-
Location_IDLocation identity.stringrequired : 1
Topic_IDShort form of Chronic Disease Category.stringrequired : 1
Question_IDShort form of Chronic Disease Indicator.stringrequired : 1
Data_Value_Type_IDRepresents the short form of the data value type.stringrequired : 1
Stratification_Category_ID1Identifies the sampling category in short form.stringrequired : 1
Stratification_ID1Identifies the sampling sub category in short form.stringrequired : 1
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20132013USUnited StatesNVSSAsthmaAsthma mortality rate J45, J46S9441Number36303630OverallOverall59ASTAST4_1NMBROVERALLOVR
20112011USUnited StatesNVSSAsthmaAsthma mortality rate J45, J46S9441Number33453345OverallOverall59ASTAST4_1NMBROVERALLOVR
20102010USUnited StatesNVSSAsthmaAsthma mortality rate J45, J46S9441Number34043404OverallOverall59ASTAST4_1NMBROVERALLOVR
20142014USUnited StatesNVSSAsthmaAsthma mortality rate J45, J46S9441Number36513651OverallOverall59ASTAST4_1NMBROVERALLOVR
20122012USUnited StatesNVSSAsthmaAsthma mortality rate J45, J46S9441Number35313531OverallOverall59ASTAST4_1NMBROVERALLOVR
20142014USUnited StatesNVSSAlcoholChronic liver disease mortalityK76.9Number3817038170OverallOverall59ALCALC6_0NMBROVERALLOVR
20132013USUnited StatesNVSSAlcoholChronic liver disease mortalityK76.9Number3642736427OverallOverall59ALCALC6_0NMBROVERALLOVR
20122012USUnited StatesNVSSAlcoholChronic liver disease mortalityK76.9Number3497934979OverallOverall59ALCALC6_0NMBROVERALLOVR
20112011USUnited StatesNVSSAlcoholChronic liver disease mortalityK76.9Number3364233642OverallOverall59ALCALC6_0NMBROVERALLOVR
20102010USUnited StatesNVSSAlcoholChronic liver disease mortalityK76.9Number3190331903OverallOverall59ALCALC6_0NMBROVERALLOVR