Health Statistics and Research

Statistical Registries
Image of man reviewing documents The Division of Statistical Registries collects data that can be analyzed to help solve our state’s public health problems. Registries include: Vital Events (birth, death, fetal death), Cancer and Immunization. Data comes from birth, death and fetal death records, all cases of treated or diagnosed cancer and immunization records.

Health Statistics
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Find out how to understand health statistics and conduct community health assessments in Statistical Resources . Get the most up-to-date health statistics information under News and Updates .

Health Research
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Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement Program (CURE): In 2001, Act 77 directed the Pennsylvania Department of Health to establish a health research program. Under this program research grants are awarded for clinical, health services, and biomedical research. Act 77 establishes two types of health research grants – formula (non-competitive) grants and (non-formula) competitive grants. All entities receiving funds must follow certain reporting, monitoring and evaluation procedures.

The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS): find out why some babies are born healthy and others are not.

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555 Walnut St, 6th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101-1914

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(717) 783-2548

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