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Precision Public Health: Data Providers by Topic

This guide documents the initative to develop a infrastructure of precision public health @UF

Selection Criteria

The following tabs Data Providers by Jurisdiction and Data Providers by Topic were developed as part of the Infrastructure Initiative at the University of Florida.  The following is the selection criteria used, federal, state, or local-level data sources applicable to public health research. Local resources are defined as agencies who collected data in the state of Florida, had county-level data and had an established relationship with the University of Florida.  Applicable raw datasets and statistical reports available from these providers are accessible on the Datasets & Statistical Reports tab.

Agricultural Resources

CDC: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Combines interviews and physical examination to assess the the health and nutritional status of adults and children in the United States

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences   Provides research and development for Florida’s agricultural, natural resources and related food industries

Clinical Data

Community Health Resources

Demographic Resources

Disease/Condition Surveillance

CDC: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System  Telephone surveys conducted on  health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services.

CDC: National Health Interview Survey Principal source of information on the health of the civilian population in the United States.

CDC: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Combines interviews and physical examination to assess the the health and nutritional status of adults and children in the United States.

Florida Cancer Data System. County-level data from Florida Cancer Registry. Cost involved.

Florida Geographic Data Library A collection of Geospatial Data. Search content theme "Human Health and Disease

Florida Shots -  Statewide immunization registry. 

The Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER)  National-, state- and some county-level data on cancer from National Institutes of Health

Economic

Environment

Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Tracks diseases that may be related to environmental exposures. Provides county-level data sets on environmental hazards and health outcomes

 

 GWIS (Graphing Water Information System),creates time-series plots of information measured at U.S. Geological Survey hydrologic data collection sites across the United States.

Health Services/Administration

Agency for Health Care Administration. State level Medicare/Medicaid/Florida Healthy Kids data and reports.

Area Health Resource Files (Health Resources and Services Administration) county and national level data on website at no cost.

Kaiser Family Foundation  Provides in-depth information on key health policy issues including Medicaid, Medicare, health reform, global health. High-level data, tools and apps are available

National Health Care Surveys: national level data available through CDC at no cost

State Health Access Data Assistance Center (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation & University of Minnesota) State data

Health Statistics

CDC:The National Center for Health Statistics Allows researchers access to restricted data.

CDC: National Vital Statistics System   Provides birth, death, marriage and divorce statistics

Florida Charts  Community Health Assessment Resource Tool Set. Provided by Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics. 

Florida Department of Health  Provides statistics, data surveys and sets.

Housing

Legal/Law Enforcement/Crime

Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Aggregate counts of crime at county level

Transportation

Miscellaneous

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