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Division of Disease Control-Philadelphia
Every year, DDC compiles and publishes an Annual Report that summarizes all of the diseases and conditions reported to PDPH for the previous year.
Community Health Explorer-Philadelphia
The CHA is a systematic assessment of population health in Philadelphia, highlighting key public health challenges and assets and informing local public health programs, policies, and partnerships. The CHA includes indicators reflecting health behaviors, health conditions, health care factors, and social and environmental determinants of health.
OpenDataPhilly is a portal that provides access to more than 300 data sets, applications, and APIs related to the Philadelphia region. Built by Azavea, a Philadelphia-based geospatial software firm, OpenDataPhilly is based on the idea that providing free and easy access to data information encourages better and more transparent government and a more engaged and knowledgeable citizenry.
City of Philadelphia-Dept. of Public Health
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health collects, analyzes, and reports on a wide variety of public health data, including data related to births and deaths, HIV, STDs, immunizations, children’s health, smoking, obesity, air quality, and food safety.
2015 (most current) County Profile-Philadelphia
Overview of county life expectancy, cause of mortality and more.
City Health Dashboard (RWJF)
With the City Health Dashboard, communities across the United States are using data presented on a feature-rich website to create healthier and more equitable communities. Lessons learned will help more community leaders pinpoint local health challenges and close gaps in U.S. cities and neighborhoods.
Community Assessments from Philadelphia Hospital's
Community Health Needs Assessment
The CHNA is a requirement for tax-exempt hospitals to engage their servicing communities every three years and assess their health needs. Based on their findings an action plan is developed to work alongside community stakeholders in improving the health needs of the communities.