Data and Reports

Public health data can include information collected through routine reporting, population-based surveys, epidemiological surveillance activities, or qualitative focus groups.

Data enables staff, community partners, and residents to strategically assess local public health and environmental determinants, status, and outcomes, as well as public health system capacity and performance; plan public health strategies; provide evidence to enable action; and evaluate impact of action on health and the health system. They also help our community identify health inequities that call for systems level changes.

General Population Level Data


Topic-Specific Data

Environmental Health


  • STI and HIV data - includes state level annual reports and quarterly surveillance reports. Reports include some county-level data. 
  • Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) - surveillance system designed to identify and monitor behaviors and experiences of women before, during and after pregnancy.
  • Health eMoms - data is from a monthly sample of mothers from live birth certificates who are recruited to join an online survey platform. Enrolled mothers receive a total of six online surveys by email and text message from shortly after they give birth up until their child’s third birthday.