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Indiana Community Data Resources
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Site Name Description of Site URL Geographic Level of Information Types of information found Most Recent Years of data Source (if any) Additional Comments
American Fact Finder Uses US Census Bureau to break down community facts http://factfinder.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml National, State, County, city, Town, Zip Code Population characteristics; housing; income; poverty; race; veterans; origins and language 2010, 2013 US Census Bureau; American Community Survey (among other Surveys) Some information is estimated only for larger areas of 20,000 or more. If less, the info may not be available
Community Commons Able to build reports and maps to support a community health needs assessment. Data compares counties to state and national averages http://www.communitycommons.org/maps-data/ State, County, City, Zipcode Demographics; Social & Economic Factors; Physical Environment; Clinical Care; Health Behaviors; Health Outcomes 2009-13 Several, US Census American Community Survey; CDC BRFSS Because the information is vast and comes from several sources, not all information can be found at all geographic levels.
Public Use Micro Data characteristics of housing units and each person in it. https://www.census.gov/main/www/pums.html ZCTA include population and housing unit records with individual response information such as relationship, sex, educational attainment, and employment status. 2000 American FactFinder Can only obtain data from Factfinder site and FTP site with statistical software
STATS Indiana National, state, and local level data http://www.stats.indiana.edu/ state, county, cities, towns economic and demographic data for Indiana, counties, and cities and towns
Indiana State Library clearinghouse website of various data on national and state level http://www.in.gov/library/2409.htm national and state level various varies various
RWJ County Health Rankings ranks counties within a state based on health indicators http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/ State, county Health Outcomes; Health behaviors, clinical care; social & economic factors; physical environment 2012-2013 Able to compare counties side by side
OMPP Monthly Medicaid Enrollment in Hoosier Healthwise, Care Connect, HIP, and FFS http://www.in.gov/fssa/ompp/4881.htm County level Medicaid enrollment for Indiana 2015
Community Health Network Community Health Networ's community health needs assessment interactive site for IN service areas http://www.ecommunity.com/aboutus/care.aspx County; Census Tract; Zip Code Health; Economy; educatin; environment; government & politics; public safety; social environment; transportation varies varies Able to compare counties side by side on measures; has maps available
SAVI provides data on several areas in Central Indiana to see trends, information, and needs in local communities http://www.savi.org/savi/ Central Indiana only: County, township, school corp; city, neighborhood, zip code, census tract, census block group population; health (births & deaths); poverty/income; education; housing; race/ethinicty; employment; crime; community assets 2013 National, state, and local sources Includes data for Boone County, Brown County, Hamilton County, Hancock County, Hendricks County, Johnson County, Madison County, Marion County, Putnam County, Shelby County
UDS Mapper Population and UDS level data on health centers, uninsured, and penetration rate of health centers that report to HRSA udsmapper.org State, County, City, ZCTA, census tract, congressional district….can search by health center as well Poverty level, race/ethnicity; insurance status; uninsurance by income level; populations served by health centers; 2014 Reported UDS data from health centers Able to add other sites and overlay additional data using Quick Geocodes and Quickthemes
Dignity Health Community Needs Index An index that provides non prifts with community information on socioeconomic factors. A score is assigned (1.0-5.0) to indicate level of need based on income, cultural, education, insurance, and housing barriers. http://cni.chw-interactive.org/ County, City, Zip Code community need index score; able to map other markers such as schools, parks, and grocery store if you have an address for that site. 2014 The Nielson Company, Truven Health Analytics Allows a easy comparison based on zipcode and highlights disparities
Indiana Indicators Data source of health related indicators for the state indianaindicators.org County, State comparison Community Health, Economy, Education, Environment, Gov't, Public Safety, Transportation 2013 ISDH
The Opportunity Project provides data and digital tools for communities and local leaders, helping them navigate information about resources they need to thrive. http://opportunity.census.gov/ Varies, multiple tools available National Equity Atlas, Transit atlas, plicy map tool, open data network, streetwyze affordable, affordable housing finder US census data There are several tools available on this site