Data & Reports
This report of the most common languages spoken in Utah has been created in an effort to guide state, county and local public health and health care professionals in planning and proving services for Limited English Proficient patients and clients.
New! Voices of Glendale Residents and Voices of South Salt Lake Residents: Baseline Assessment to Address Disparities in Urban Areas
These assessments serve as baseline data of how residents of Glendale and South Salt Lake access medical and oral health services and how they feel about their living conditions. Included in the assessment is a Social Media Marketing Report of how social media was used to reach residents.
New! Moving Forward in 2016: Fifteen Years of Health Data Trends by Race and Ethnicity for Utah Asians
This profile presents data from 2005, 2010 and 2015 editions of the Health Status by Race and Ethnicity reports illustrating trends in specific health indicators and health risks among Asians in Utah. Profiles will soon be available for each census-defined race and ethnicity group.
This is a summary of baseline information gathered by OHD to begin addressing issues regarding access to behavioral and mental health care, culturally and linguistically appropriate services, and barriers faced by diverse communities in Utah.
MAHINA Pilot Program: Raising Awareness About Birth Outcomes Disparities Among Pacific Islander Communities in Utah
This is a summary of OHD's collaboration with the MAHINA (Maternal Health & Infant Advocates) Task Force on a pilot project to raise awareness about birth outcomes disparities among Utah Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander communities.
African American and Pacific Islander Postnatal Interview Study: How the Rest of their Lives Affects Pregnancies of Pacific Islanders and African Americans in Utah
Utah's first ever qualitative study with Utah African American and Pacific Islander mothers who had experienced an adverse birth outcome; this study focused on identifying social determinants of health factors.
This peer-reviewed article explains the methods and implications of the 2011 Pacific Islander Study. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice: March/April 2013 - Volume 19 - Issue 2 - p E25–E31 doi: 10.1097/PHH.0b013e318252ee60
This report outlines the successful outcomes of OHD's innovative new outreach strategy.
This report highlights health and demographic data by county and links the reader to more information about local Utah counties.
This report outlines an in-depth conversation with local Pacific Islanders about perspectives surrounding birth outcomes from the results of two surveys and five focus groups.
The first statewide health survey conducted in three languages, interviewing 605 adult Utah Pacific Islanders in English, Tongan, and Samoan.
This report describes trends in Utah minority health since OHD was established in 2005.
OHD Legislative Progress Reports
Utah Health Status by Race and Ethnicity
Utah Health Status Updates
Selections from the monthly data report series that highlight minority health issues.
Data Resources: Health Rankings, Maps and Demographics
Utah Department of Health’s Indicator-Based Information System for Public Health: this site provides statistical numerical data as well as contextual information on the health status of Utahns and the state of Utah’s health care system.
Find out how your county compares to others in individual health behaviors, education and jobs, quality of health care, and the environment.
These interactive maps show racial, ethnic, income, education and other demographic characteristics in Utah neighborhoods and across the nation.
This report was prepared by the Utah Governor's Office of Planning and Budget Demographic and Economic Analysis. Released April 2012.
This OHD sponsored report describes community discussions about health with members of some of Utah's racial/ethnic minority communities. View how UDOH employees responded to this report.
In 2008, UDOH and OHD funded six ethnic community organizations to conduct community forums.