The data snapshot provides information about uninsured individuals in North Carolina, including family income, race/ethnicity, workforce status, firm size, age, citizenship, rural/urban residence, health status, and industry.
Log Into North Carolina (LINC) is an interactive data retrieval service containing historical information for over 900 data items and a variety of geographic areas within the state. Topics include population, labor force, education, transportation, revenue, agriculture, vital statistics, energy and utilities, and other topics for a variety of geographic areas within the state. Most data are available for the state and all 100 counties. Some items are available for municipalities. Others, especially census data, may be retrieved for tracts and townships.
"The purpose of this annual publication is to heighten awareness of the health of our children by summarizing data on important child health indicators." Produced by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine.
The North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics is responsible for data collection, health-related research, production of reports and maintenance of a comprehensive collection of health statistics.
Explores the extent and impact of low-wage in the State of North Carolina. It is organized by four main topics: people in low-wage jobs; industries in which low-wage work is found; the geography, or places, where low-wage work is concentrated; and the potential impacts of changing public policy.
The Child Health Assessment and Monitoring Program (CHAMP) is the first survey of its kind in North Carolina to measure the health characteristics of children, ages 0 through 17. By collecting data on children, CHAMP contributes to a seamless health data system for all North Carolina citizens from birth to old age. The CHAMP survey was first developed in the fall of 2004 and has been implemented annually since January 2005. Conducted in both English and Spanish, the CHAMP surveys are revised each year to meet the child health surveillance needs of North Carolina.
All Causes of Death, All Causes of Premature Mortality, and Ten Leading Causes of Death compiled for eastern counties and aggregated by 29 and 41 county groupings from the Center for Health Services Research & Development at East Carolina University.
A health indicator is a numeric measure that depicts the status of a population or a health system on a core public health construct. Indicator reports provide an overview of a specific public health issue in North Carolina.
North Carolina decennial health objectives. One of the primary aims of this objective-setting process is to mobilize the state to achieve a common set of health objectives. For the year 2020, there are 40 objectives within 13 specific focus areas.
The Health Data Explorer provides access to health data for North Carolina counties in an interactive, user-friendly atlas of maps, tables, and charts. It allows users to select, visualize, explore and download data on major disease mortality, disparities between groups, social and economic factors, and health behaviors.
PolicyMap is a data and mapping tool that provides access to data about communities across the US including health, demographics, housing , education, quality of life. Off campus access with valid UNC Onyen.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users.