Directory of reports and downloadable datasets on health services topics, including health economics, health policy, health informatics, health literacy, electronic health records, quality, comparative effectiveness research, and domestic violence.
Surveillance reports published by CDC using data from the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). Reports are organized by topic, and include summaries of healthcare-associated infections, antimicrobial use and resistance, healthcare personnel influenza vaccination rates, and dialysis events.
Collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries whose focus is to encourage collaboration and organize health information resources for use by public health professionals encourage collaboration and organize health information resources for use by public health professionals
Graphs and tables on health, the global pharmaceutical industry, environmental services (such as wastewater treatment and waste management), demographics, employment, poverty, the tobacco industry, gambling, and fitness in the U.S., plus many industries and aspects of society. Reports also available by country. Statista is a subscription service available to Dartmouth students and employees.
Interactive queries of CDC databases for public health, including chronic conditions, communicable diseases, environmental health, behavior & health, prevention, injury prevention, health promotion, and occupational health.
Interactive dashboards, community profiles and brief reports on health behaviors, chronic diseases, infectious diseases, environmental health, immunizations, Medicaid usage, and emergency department visits in the state.
After inputting an insurance company, plan type, deductible, and co-insurance, displays estimated total cost for facilities and professionals in New Hampshire. Compare costs for medical procedures, dental procedures, prescriptions, and lab tests. Also, quality indicators for all New Hampshire hospitals and health insurance costs for employers.
Publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, particularly with regard to the diffusion and exnovation of medical interventions.
Graphs and tables on hospital stays (overall and by payer and by state), mental health hospitalizations, readmissions, ambulatory surgeries, emergency department use, and quality improvement indicators.
Hospital profiles including key characteristics, services provided, utilization statistics, accreditation status, and financial information. Statistics by hospital, state, and nation, including bed size, discharges, patient days, and gross patient revenue.
This 2009 study focused on community benefit provided by U.S. nonprofit hospitals (500 in all) consistent with rules for federal tax exemption: patient insurance mix, uncompensated care (charity care and bad debt), and CEO compensation.
Graphics, interactives, and reports on topics including disparities policy, health care costs, health care reform, insurance (including the uninsured), and U.S. commitment to global health policy. Click the "Menu" icon at the upper left
Compare hospitals on patient experience, timely and effective care, complication rates, readmissions and deaths, use of medical imaging, payment and value of care. Compare up to 3 hospitals in a single view online or download the entire database for 4000 hospitals.