Health, United States – Infographics
Current Health, United States Spotlight Infographics
Past Health, United States Spotlight Infographics
- Spotlight on Health Care Expenditures & Payers, September 2016 (Posted 9/21/16) [PDF - 1.16 MB]
- Spotlight on Health Status & Determinants, Spring 2016 (Posted 6/13/16) [PDF - 1 MB]
- Spotlight on Selected Health Indicators, Winter 2016 (Posted 2/16/16) [PDF - 407 KB]
About the Health, United States Spotlight Infographics
Health, United States Spotlights are infographics of selected health data available in Health, United States, the annual report on the health of the nation submitted by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to the President and Congress. Content includes selected indicators on important public health issues from the report’s four subject areas: health status and determinants, utilization of health resources, health care resources, and health care expenditures and payers. Like the report, the Spotlights display the most current data available and, where possible, trends over a ten-year period. For some indicators, a different set of data years or combined years of data may be shown, depending on survey cycles and design changes. Data sources are identified for each health indicator to enable further exploration and include data systems from both the National Center for Health Statistics and partnering government and private agencies. Changes over time and differences among groups are presented using standard statistical techniques used in Health, United States.
Each Spotlight displays approximately four health indicators allowing users to visualize and interpret complex information from different data systems and Health, United States subject areas. Multiple infographics will be released throughout the year to spotlight important and relevant health data from Health, United States.
The full Health, United States report is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hus.htm
- Page last reviewed: September 21, 2016
- Page last updated: September 21, 2016
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