Data, Statistics, and Surveillance
Asthma Surveillance Data
Asthma surveillance data includes collection of asthma data at both the national and the state level. National data is available on asthma prevalence, activity limitation, days of work or school lost, rescue and control medication use, asthma self-management education, physician visits, emergency department visits, hospitalizations due to asthma, and deaths due to asthma from National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) surveys and the Vital Statistics System. Asthma surveillance data at the state level include adult and child asthma prevalence from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and in-depth state and local asthma data through implementation of the BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS).
- Most Recent Asthma Data
These tables feature the latest national and state statistics on the burden of asthma among children and adults.
- Asthma Surveillance Data
Brief data summary on various asthma related topics.
- Data Analysis Guidance
- NACP Grantee Profile
The NACP Grantee Profiles are produced by the CDC’s National Asthma Control Program (NACP), and describe asthma prevalence, healthcare utilization, asthma self-management education, and mortality for the program’s 25 funded grantees.
- Asthma Prevalence in the U.S.: Slide set ppt iconppt icon[PPTX – 4.1 MB]
Downloadable set of 18 slides graphically summarizing asthma prevalence in the United States
- Asthma Questions by Data Source
Description of asthma questions in an array of data sources per year.
- Historical reference material: Asthma’s Impact on the Nation
Asthma surveillance data show asthma’s deadly, disruptive, and costly impact on the nation. Learn more about Asthma’s Impact on the Nation through data from CDC’s National Asthma Control Program (NACP) presented in a Fact Sheet, Infographic, State Data Profiles, and a report on Work-related Asthma.