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76 Indicator profile of physicians per 10,000 civilian population /Utah. Office of Primary Care and Rural Health; Utah. Division of Health Systems Improvement; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on active, non-federal physicians and doctors of medicine per 10,000 civilian population, Utah and U.S., 1985-2001.
77 Indicator profile of tuberculosis cases /Utah. Tuberculosis Control and Refugee Health Program; Utah. Office of Communicable Disease Control; Utah. Division of Epidemiology and Laboratory Services; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on number of tuberculosis cases per 100,000 population, Utah and U.S., 1990-2004.
78 Indicator profile of primary provider, usual source of care /Utah. Center for Health Data; Utah. Dept. of HealthPercentage of persons who had a usual place of medical care by age and sex, Utah, 2004.
79 Indicator profile of nursing home occupancy rate /Utah. Bureau of Medicare and Medicaid Program Certification and Resident Assessment; Utah. Division of Health Systems Improvement; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on percentage of medicaid/medicare certified nursing home beds occupied by year, Utah, 1997-2002.
80 Indicator profile of alcohol-related motor vehicle crash deaths /Utah. Violence and Injury Prevention Program; Utah. Bureau or Health Promotion; Utah. Division of Community and Family Health Services; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on alcohol-related motor vehicle crash deaths by type of decendent, Utah, 1992-2003.
81 Indicator profile of health status : physical health last 30 days /Utah. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System; Utah. Office of Public Health Assessment; Utah. Center for Health Data; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on percentage of adults who reported seven or more days physical health not good in the past 30 days, Utah and U.S., 1993-2003.
82 Indicator profile of cost as a barrier to health care /Utah. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System; Utah. Office of Public Health Assessment; Utah. Center for Health Data; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on percentage of adults who reported cost as barrier to care in past year by income category, Utah, 2004.
83 Indicator profile of coronary heart disease deaths /Utah. Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program; Utah. Bureau of Health Promotion; Utah. Division of Community and Family Health Services; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on coronary heart disease deaths, Utah and U.S., 1980-2003.
84 Indicator profile of HEDIS measures : HbA1c (Diabetes Care) /Utah. Office of Health Care Statistics; Utah. Center for Health Data; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data of percentage of persons with diabetes who had their hemaglobin A1c tested within the last year, Utah, 2000-2004.
85 Indicator profile of health insurance coverage /Utah. Center for Health Data; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on percentage of percentage who lacked health insurance coverage, Utah and U.S., 1988-2004.
86 Indicator profile of backsleeping for infants /Utah. Reproductive Health Program; Utah. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health; Utah. Division of Community and Family Health Services; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on prevalence of infant sleeping position on back, Utah and 16 other states, 1999.
87 Indicator profile of stroke (cerebrovascular disease) deaths /Utah. Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program; Utah. Bureau of Health Promotion; Utah. Division of Community and Family Health Services; Utah. Dept. of HealthPresents data on stroke deaths, Utah and U.S., 1980-2003.
88 Indicator profile of blood lead in children /Environmental Epidemiology Program; Office of Epidemiology; Division of Epidemiology and Laboratory Services; Utah Dept. of HealthPresents data on prevalence of children with blood lead levels >=10ug/dL, ages 0-5 years, Utah, 1996-2003.
89 Indicator profile of fair/poor health /Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System; Office of Public Health Assessment; Center for Health Data; Utah Dept. of HealthPresents data on percentage of adults who reported fair or poor health, Utah and U.S., 1993-2003.
90 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 2004Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
91 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1991Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
92 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1994Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
93 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1993Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
94 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1992Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
95 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1995Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
96 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1996Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
97 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1997Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
98 Utah's Healthy People 2000 : Health Status Indicators /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.; Utah. Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation.Assessing the health status of the population is a fundamental responsibility of public health. Such an assessment is an important guide for public health policy development and for evaluating existing public health programs. The 18 Health Status Indicators for the Year 2000 were developed as part o...
99 1996 Health Status Survey: Chronic Medical Conditions in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.Of the ten leading causes of death in the United States in 1990, more than half were chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancers, cerebrovascular disease (also known as stroke), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes mellitus, and chronic liver diseases. Heart disease, cancer, and ce...
100 1996 Health Status Survey : Limitations of Activities in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.Overall in 1996, 7.2% of all Utahns were estimated to have some type of limitation of their daily activities. In 1991 the Health Status Survey estimate was 4.9%. The questions asked in the two survey years were virtually identical. Although differences in some aspect of the survey methodology is alw...
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