Many states have their own systems for reporting data. Usually these systems include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. A core public health function is statewide injury data collection and analysis. This data collection provides data for mortality statistics found on most state public health web sites. Check individual state public health department web sites to find what is provided. Often local statistics are available by census tract, community, county, and region. Cities and regions are also providing Internet access to data.
SHADAC, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, helps states monitor rates of health insurance coverage and to understand factors associated with uninsurance. SHADAC provides targeted policy analysis and technical assistance to states that are conducting their own health insurance surveys and/or using data from national surveys.
CHSI 2015 is an interactive web application that produces health profiles for all 3,143 counties in the United States, and includes many of the 42 most recommended health metrics for community health assessment.