Metrics, Measurements, & Instruments

Health Data

San Francisco Health Data

County Health Rankings - San Francisco

Rankings are based on a model of population health that emphasizes the many factors that, if improved, can help make communities healthier places tolive, learn, work and play.

Health Matters in San Francisco
This website contains data and information about community health in San Francisco. It provides data, demographics and trackers intended to help planners, policy makers, and community members learn about issues and identify improvements.
 
The Healthy Development Measurement Tool 
The Healthy Development Measurement Tool is comprised of a set of metrics to evaluate the extent to which land use plans, projects, or policies will advance human health.  
 
San Francisco Community Health Assessment (CHNA) 2016
The CHNA provides data enabling identification of priority issues affecting health and is the foundation for citywide health planning processes.
 
San Francisco Community Health Assessment (CHNA) 2016 Appendices
San Francisco demographics and community health data, including social determinants of health outcomes.
 
San Francisco Department of Public Health
The mission of the SFDPH is to promote and protect the health of San Franciscans. The website features a knowledge sharing section which includes various health indicators and demographics, reports and issue-specific data for individual specialists.
 
San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership (SFHIP) Community Health Dashboards 
Learn about your community's health and wellness. Compare indicators for your community against state averages, county values, and target goals. Discover areas of excellence and improvement in your community.
 
San Francisco Indicator Project

Neighborhood Indictator Profiles: demographic, environment, housing, economic, health systems, health outcomes, public realm, and transportation indicators.

California Health Data

California Health Interview Survey
CHIS data gives a detailed picture of the health and health care needs of California's population. The website allows users to make standard and customized searches of state and local data.
 
C-Stats
C-STATS provides access to information on a broad range of tobacco-related indicators, from behavioral measures to local policies.
 
EPICenter
EPICenter provides injury data by cause and age across California to support injury prevention programs.
 
KidsData: Data and Resources about the Health of Children
Find data about the health and wellbeing of children in communities across California.
 
Public Health Institute (PHI) Health Disadvantage Index

Enter a census tract number into this map to get a score on key social determinants of health for that location. Where are the most health disadvantaged communities in California, and how can we use this information to better improve health for everyone? New from PHI's Public Health Alliance of Southern California: Explore this census-tract level snapshot of the social determinants fo health across the state and a mechanism to inform the design of interventions in underserved communties. The tool features a user-friendly interactive map with key factors to identify populations most vulnerable to poor health outcomes.

California Department of Public Health Resources

Improved Perinatal Outcome Data Reports (IPODR)

The California County Profile Reports currently include a number of perinatal risk factors and outcomes at the county and ZIP code level.

Vital Statistics Query System

This California Department of Public Health website allows users to obtain tailored summaries and statistical reports.

National Health Data

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Community Commons

Make your own maps and maps others have created to visualize health and other types of data. 

Health Leads
 
Healthy People 2020

Healthy People 2020 provides 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all Americans.  The site includes data on many health topics and resources.

National Institute of Health

Unnatural Causes - Is Inequality Making Us Sick?

A seven-part documentary series exploring racial and socioeconomic inequalities in health. Includes action toolkit and health equity resource database. Consider this: a person's zip code is a better predictor of health than their genetic code.