Big Cities Health Inventory

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The Big Cities Health Inventory is a standardized data collection hub that provides a “snapshot” of health in 30 of the largest, most urban US cities. Users can compare health indicators across most Big Cities Health Coalition member jurisdictions. Data are collected at the state, county, and city levels, as well as through a number of federally run surveys, such as the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey.

Partner: National Association of County and City Health Officials

Page last reviewed: August 12, 2020