Health Data and Statistics
Utah Department of Health Data Resources
- IBIS-PH Indicator-Based Information System for Public Health
Utah's online system provides a primary point of access to a variety of information available through the Utah Department of Health, including reports, health measures, and numeric public health data.
- My Health Care
MyHealthCare in Utah is an important tool designed to help consumers make informed decisions about their medical care.
- Vital Records and Statistics
Statistical information compiled on Utah births, deaths, abortions, marriages and divorces.
- Office of Health Care Statistics
Since 1991, Utah's leading source of high-quality health care data for the benefit of all Utahns. Tracks inpatient, outpatient and ER discharges, provides comparisons of Utah's hospitals, and oversees the quality and performance of Utah's health plans. Solid contributor in supporting data-related needs for Utah's health reform initiatives including the All Payer Claims Database.
- Public Health Informatics
Coordinates and supports Utah's e-health initiative and facilitates development of systematic applications of information, statistics, and computer technology for Utah's public health surveillance, health service, and learning.
- Communicable disease and epidemiology data and reports
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases data
- HIV/AIDS data
- Tuberculosis data
- Online Reports
Search for all online reports.
Other Data Resources
- Governor's Office of Planning and Budget (GOPB)
GOPB provides leadership for the initiatives of the Governor and meets budgeting, planning, strategy, and issue coordination needs by providing accurate and timely data, impartial analyses, and objective recommendations.
- United States Census Bureau
The leading source of quality data about the nation's people and economy.
- United States Bureau of Justice Statistics
A national source for demographic, health, mental health, substance abuse and family background data.
UDOH Health Data Publications
Search all UDOH reports in the Utah Public Health Library