Health Data and Statistics

Youth Health Assessment
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The Epidemiology, Informatics and Data Science team at Denver Public Health works to develop a comprehensive understanding of health in Denver and beyond by:

  • Utilizing data from many sources including healthcare, public health, and the community.
  • Analyzing data on health behaviors, conditions, outcomes and on the social determinants of health.
  • Using health data to detect trends and disparities that indicate a need for action.
  • Applying innovative analytic methods and technologies to public health problems.
  • Involving diverse community members in assessing and addressing community health priorities.
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of public health improvement efforts. 

This work helps guide Denver Public Health’s priorities, educate individuals, empower community partners and translate data into action.

Trends, Maps and Reports

We provide information which can be used for decision-making purposes, disease surveillance, trends over time, in-depth analyses in specific areas, and geographical depiction of public health topics. 

 

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Please review our Health Topics listed below for information about the health of Denver. If you can't find what you need, and would like to request something different or new, please email us.

Get Involved

Contact us for details on how you can get involved in tracking Denver's health. 

What We Do

We work to develop a comprehensive understanding of Denver’s health by:
  • Integrating data from medical care, public health, and community
  • Analyzing data on health behaviors, health outcomes, and community factors
  • Applying innovative analytic methods and technologies to public health problems
  • Involving community members in assessing community health priorities
  • Evaluating whether efforts to improve Denver’s health make a difference

This work helps guide the organization’s priorities, educate individuals, empower community partners, and translate data into action.