Health Status Indicators
and Health Districts: 2009/10
In 1991, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defined a data set of health status indicators to serve as baseline measurements of health status outcome and/or factors that put individuals at increased risk of disease or premature death. For a complete discussion of the content of this report, uses of the data, and additional statistics available, please see the Technical Notes and/or Introduction sections in the complete report.
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To view the latest time period of statistics for all counties, Pennsylvania, and the U.S., as well as for all six health districts, including 95% confidence intervals and the results of significance testing (county outline maps are shown for some indicators), use the following links:
provides a complete discussion of data sources, definitions of terms, and statistical formulas used in this report.
Access a state map with county and health district outlines.
View a list of additional statistics available upon request.
Access the complete report, Health Status Indicators for Pennsylvania Counties and Health Districts, 2009/10 Report.
Health Status Indicator Reports below: