Data & Stats

0 112
0

This page serves as a central hub of links to local (regional, county, or city level) health data sources for Oklahoma.

Prioritize your work, assess your progress, or make the care for your wellness initiative with the evidence on this page.

General Data Sources

Community Commons – UN Census Bureau & US Department of Health & Human Services – Allows users to generate maps and data reports on a variety of topics, including public health, food access, and environmental factors.

County Health Profiles – Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), Community Epidemiology & Evaluation Unit – Report on health factors of the residents in each county. The topical information and flagship issues addressed highlight each county and align with Healthy People 2020 indicators.

County Health Rankings – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Reports on how health is influenced by the community you live in. County and state-specific reports are also available.

OK2ShareOSDH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – County, regional, and state level data covering multiple public health areas, including births, deaths, inpatient discharges, cancer, and many others.

Oklahoma Health Workforce Data – OSDH, Office Of Primary Care and Rural Health Development – Maps that show county or local level healthcare service areas and needs, including: Health Professions Shortage Areas, Medically Underserved Areas, and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)Healthcare Resources & Facilities

State Health Gaps ReportRobert Wood Johnson Foundation – Data on health gaps in the state of Oklahoma. The report focuses on what is driving health differences across the state and how those gaps can be closed.

Wellness County Profiles OSDH, Center for the Advancement of Wellness – Oklahoma maps and county dashboards which include data around the social determinants of health, the community food retail environment, health outcomes and the introduction of the 3-4-60 concept at the county level. The profiles were developed to support local efforts to address tobacco, physical activity, nutrition and resultant chronic diseases. Historical data also available: 2017 County Health Profiles  |  2014 County Health Profiles

Nutrition / Physical Activity Data

Food Desert Maps – USDA, Food Access Research Atlas (FARA) – A look at food access, and a view of how food deserts have changed since 2010.

Low Income ReportOklahoma State Department of Education – School district and county level data on income.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Prevention / Treatment Data

County & Municipal Court Data for Alcohol Offenses On Demand Court Records – Available court records for alcohol offenses.

Data Query System (DQS) – ODMHSAS – Indicators collected by the Oklahoma State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup related to substance abuse and substance abuse prevention. On this website you can also find Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment student data and behavioral health data.

Highway Safety Office Data Oklahoma Highway Safety Office – Access to data on alcohol related crashes and fatalities throughout the state.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment DataODMHSAS – An online system where users can access statewide or county-level data on mental health and substance abuse treatment in Oklahoma.

ODMHSAS: Statistics and Data – ODMHSAS – Statistical reports related to substance abuse andBehavioral Health Issues from ODMHSAS and other sources.

 

 

Tobacco Control Data

Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline County Level Utilization DashboardsOklahoma Tobacco Helpline – An in depth look at Tobacco Helpline Utilization by month in different Oklahoma counties.

Help complete this list

Have a particular site you use to obtain local-level data? Comment in the box below to share your favorite data source and inform others of information available.

Data sources will be added and updated periodically as new resources emerge.

1 93
0

Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) provides a one page summary outlining information on the healthcare workforce and health facilities in Oklahoma. This document provides an overview of available services within the state, while the full databook includes a breakdown by county. In the full databook, there is also a map visualizing the geographic distribution of these services through the state (pgs. 96-135).

Click here for more information on OSDH data and reports.

0 101
0

The County Health Rankings Dashboards, published each year by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), provide information about how health is influenced based on the community you live in. These reports can highlight local gaps in health and opportunity due to place or race. County-specific information on factors that drive health in Oklahoma can be found here.

Residents in one county are more likely to die prematurely or not be as healthy as residents in another county in the same state if they do not have the same kinds of opportunities to be their healthiest. State-specific data regarding health gaps within Oklahoma and why they matter can be found here.

For more information about the health rankings, or the work of RWJF, click here.

4 569
0

Community Commons is an interactive resource that allows users to generate maps and data reports on a variety of topics, including public health, food access, and environmental factors.

>>Learn more

1 660
0

The Center for the Advancement of Wellness is excited to introduce the 2018 Wellness County Profiles.

Note: These profiles reflect the most current data available as of February 2018. Archived local health data from past years is also available: 2017 County Profiles  |  2014 County Profiles

Background

The profiles consist of Oklahoma maps and county dashboards which include data around the social determinants of health, the community food retail environment, health outcomes and the introduction of the 3-4-60 concept at the county level. The profiles were developed to support local efforts to address tobacco, physical activity, nutrition and resultant chronic diseases.

Click here for a video tutorial with more details about the data available, how to read the maps, and the 3-4-60 concept.

County Profiles

Adair – PDFPowerPoint

Alfalfa – PDFPowerPoint

Atoka – PDFPowerPoint

Beaver – PDFPowerPoint

Beckham – PDFPowerPoint

Blaine – PDFPowerPoint

Bryan – PDFPowerPoint

Caddo – PDFPowerPoint

Canadian – PDFPowerPoint

Carter – PDFPowerPoint

Cherokee – PDFPowerPoint

Choctaw – PDFPowerPoint

Cimarron – PDFPowerPoint

Cleveland – PDFPowerPoint

Coal – PDFPowerPoint

Comanche – PDFPowerPoint

Cotton – PDFPowerPoint

Craig – PDFPowerPoint

Creek – PDFPowerPoint

Custer – PDFPowerPoint

Delaware – PDFPowerPoint

Dewey – PDFPowerPoint

Ellis – PDFPowerPoint

Garfield – PDFPowerPoint

Garvin – PDFPowerPoint

Grady – PDFPowerPoint

Grant – PDFPowerPoint

Greer – PDFPowerPoint

Harmon – PDFPowerPoint

Harper – PDFPowerPoint

Haskell – PDFPowerPoint

Hughes – PDFPowerPoint

Jackson – PDFPowerPoint

Jefferson – PDFPowerPoint

Johnston – PDFPowerPoint

Kay – PDFPowerPoint

Kingfisher – PDFPowerPoint

Kiowa – PDFPowerPoint

Latimer – PDFPowerPoint

Le Flore – PDFPowerPoint

Lincoln – PDFPowerPoint

Logan – PDFPowerPoint

Love – PDFPowerPoint

Major – PDFPowerPoint

Marshall – PDFPowerPoint

Mayes – PDFPowerPoint

McClain – PDFPowerPoint

McCurtain – PDFPowerPoint

McIntosh – PDFPowerPoint

Murray – PDFPowerPoint

Muskogee – PDFPowerPoint

Noble – PDFPowerPoint

Nowata – PDFPowerPoint

Okfuskee – PDFPowerPoint

Oklahoma – PDFPowerPoint

Okmulgee – PDFPowerPoint

Osage – PDFPowerPoint

Ottawa – PDFPowerPoint

Pawnee – PDFPowerPoint

Payne – PDFPowerPoint

Pittsburg – PDFPowerPoint

Pontotoc – PDFPowerPoint

Pottawatomie – PDFPowerPoint

Pushmataha – PDFPowerPoint

Roger Mills – PDFPowerPoint

Rogers – PDFPowerPoint

Seminole – PDFPowerPoint

Sequoyah – PDFPowerPoint

Stephens – PDFPowerPoint

Texas – PDFPowerPoint

Tillman – PDFPowerPoint

Tulsa – PDFPowerPoint

Wagoner – PDFPowerPoint

Washington – PDFPowerPoint

Washita – PDFPowerPoint

Woods – PDFPowerPoint

Woodward – PDFPowerPoint

0 365
0

The Regional Prevention Center Network would like to ask you for help! They are currently seeking opinions of all Oklahomans on their safe storage and disposal of prescription drugs and responsible alcohol consumption.

Take the survey & spread the word!

OK In The Know Members, we would like to ask you to please take the survey and share it via email lists / newsletters, social media, or other channels with friends, family, customers, community partners, and other contacts. The survey is completely anonymous and takes about 5 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey, there is an opportunity to enroll in a drawing to win $250 and other prizes. The survey will be open until November 17, 2017.

Survey link: https://www.research.net/r/OKcommunity

This survey helps the RPC network continue to understand their community. With this survey, they will choose evidence-based strategies to implement with their funding based on the community’s needs. Please let Karin Leimbach know if you have any questions by calling (405) 548-5059 or e-mail at kleimbach@dccca.org .

Thank you in advance for your help in learning more about our communities so we can better serve them!

 

0 319
0

Every few years the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Community Epidemiology & Evaluation Unit  releases a report focusing on health factors of the residents in each county. The topical information and flagship issues addressed, highlight each county and align with Healthy People 2020 indicators. Health care costs are also detailed within the reports.

Data informing these reports is collected by county health departments and community partnerships to provide the most accurate health data for each county. Topics covered include:

  • Demographics and socioeconomics
  • Tobacco use
  • Obesity
  • Children’s health
  • Behavioral health
  • Binge drinking
  • Nutrition and physical activity
  • Diabetes
  • Death, injury, and violence
  • County health department usage
  • Access to care

Use this local data to help understand what efforts your community can take to address the most prominent health concerns in your area. Recognizing these health topics can also help guide prospective partnerships.

>>Click here to access the most recent health profiles, plus supplemental maps and data tables.

0 502
0

According to an August 31, 2017 news release from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), adult smoking in Oklahoma has decreased to 19.6% in the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) report, reaching an all-time low and showing proof that focused efforts to reduce and prevent tobacco use are paying off.

While the overall smoking and obesity rates are down, there are still improvements to be made.

>> Read more.

Spread the word!

Click the links below to download supportive talking points from OSDH that the public health community can use to talk with people in their community about the 2016 BRFSS data and moving forward on wellness initiatives:

Members only; please log in to view the links.

0
Note: These profiles reflect historical data available as of summer 2017. For 2018 data, click here.

To see archived data from past years, click here.


Background

The following maps and supplemental data are compiled by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), to show county-level data on health risk factors related to tobacco use and obesity (e.g. prevalence of smoking, physical inactivity, food deserts, etc.). For each county receiving TSET Healthy Living Program (HLP) grant funding, detailed data are presented on health status, trends over time, and how the county compares vs. the rest of the state of Oklahoma within the health indicators related to HLP scope of work.
– – –

Data sources

The county profiles and supplemental spreadsheets include the following:
  • 2015 BRFSS data
  • Policy and Practice Tool data submitted as of 1/26/2017
  • 2016 Certified Healthy Oklahoma data
  • County Comprehensive Lists
Note: The supplemental spreadsheets were compiled using 2017 ReferenceUSA’s database, this is a large database with over 24 million businesses. This information may not be the most current data, however, it should be a helpful compilation for use in your public health endeavors.

County Health Profiles

Adair Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools  |  Community Institutions & Cities / Governments  |  Businesses  Comprehensive list

Alfalfa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Atoka Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Beckham Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Blaine Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Bryan Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Caddo Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Canadian Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Carter Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Cherokee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Choctaw Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Cleveland Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Coal Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Comanche Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Craig Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Creek Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Custer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Delaware Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Garfield Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Garvin Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Grady Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Grant Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Greer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Harmon Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Haskell Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Hughes Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments  | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Jackson Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Johnston Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kay Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kingfisher Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Kiowa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Latimer Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Le Flore Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Lincoln Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Logan Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Major Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Marshall Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Mayes Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McClain Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McCurtain Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

McIntosh Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Muskogee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Nowata Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Okfuskee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Oklahoma Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Okmulgee Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Ottawa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Payne Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pittsburg Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pontotoc Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pottawatomie Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Pushmataha Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Roger Mills Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Rogers Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Seminole Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Sequoyah Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Texas Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Tillman Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Tulsa Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Wagoner Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Washita Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Woods Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

Woodward Profile 2017
Supplemental spreadsheets:
Schools | Community Institutions & Cities / Governments | Businesses | Comprehensive list

 

Attachments

0 634
Image credit: Community Commons, www.communitycommons.org
0

The 2015 Food Access Research Atlas (FARA) food desert data are now available in the Community Commons Maproom.

Released as a set in early 2017, the FARA data provide communities across the nation with an updated look at food access and, more importantly, a view of how food deserts have changed since 2010. The FARA is a compliment to the USDA’s Food Environment Atlas, which houses county-level food related data.

Layers in this recent release include:

For more information about USDA data, including the methodology and data definitions please visit the Community Commons Food Access Research Atlas web page.

>>Learn more.

Site News

1 74
New feature alert: Share the love! There's a new 'like' feature on the OK In the Know site that allows you to quickly share your appreciation...
X
Skip to toolbar
X