Chronic Disease Indicators

Chronic Disease Indicators logo

The chronic disease indicators (CDI) are a set of surveillance indicators developed by consensus among CDC, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD). CDI enables public health professionals and policymakers to retrieve uniformly defined state-level data for chronic diseases and risk factors that have a substantial impact on public health. These indicators are essential for surveillance, prioritization, and evaluation of public health interventions. More

 Help

Explore CDI Data By Location

Explore Chronic Disease Indicators (CDI) data for all indicators for one location.

  
WAMTIDNDMNMEMIWIORSDNYWYIANEMAILPACAUTNVOHINCOWVMOKSVAKYAZOKNMTNNCTXARSCALGAMSLAFLHIAKCTDCDEMDNHNJRIVTGuamPuerto RicoVirgin Islands

Explore CDI Data by Indicator

Explore Chronic Disease Indicators (CDI) data for one indicator for all available locations.

 

View Comparison Report

View Comparison Report
View a report that contains all indicators for the locations of your choice.

View Indicator Definition

Use the Data Portal

Need to work with CDI data directly?

Go to the Chronic Disease Indicators Data Portal to create your own filtered CDI dataset, customize visualizations, download CDI data, and more.

Chronic Disease Indicators Data Portal >

Notice to users:

The 2021 release (published on February 26, 2021) includes the latest available CDI estimates across all topic areas.
No BRFSS-related estimates for New Jersey are available for 2019. The state was unable to collect enough BRFSS data to meet the minimum requirements for inclusion in the 2019 annual aggregate data set.

Page last reviewed: August 3, 2021