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HHS DATA CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY HEALTH DATA INITIATIVE

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  1. HHS DATA CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY HEALTH DATA INITIATIVE June 2, 2010

  2. Provide a major infusion of free, easily accessible community health data from the government, the private sector and public crowd sourcing ReleaseData • Encourage innovators to build applications across an array of high-potential uses of the data (e.g., maps, dashboards, search engine tools, games) Build Applications Catalyze Change • Via these applications, increase awareness of community performance, spark action from consumers and decision makers, and help improve health On March 11th, we laid out an aggressive vision Description Sample Participants

  3. HHS is committed to fueling the Community Health Data Initiative through the power of our data Our commitments: VISIT 1 Interim CHDI website currently available with downloadable data 2 New HHS Health Indicators Warehouse, launching in December 2010 3 New Medicare community-level indicators (December 2010) WWW.HHS.GOV/OPEN 2

  4. 1. Downloadable data sets already available on the interim CHDI website Community Health Status Indicators (200+ county-level measures) County Health Rankings (county-level indicators of health and health determinants) Healthy People 2010 (most recent national and state tracking data for HP 2010 objectives) Medicare Compare (quality/patient experience metrics for hospitals, nursing homes, etc.) US Food Environment Atlas (county-level indicators of access to healthy food) National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports (state-level indicators) Visit www.hhs.gov/open to learn more -- and download our data! 3

  5. 2. Coming in December 2010: the HHS Health Indicators Warehouse! • New “one stop” shop for national, state, regional, and county-level measures of health, health care performance, and determinants of health • Will be accessible via a public website that will enable users to • -- Explore the data by areas of interest (including condition, geography, population groups) • -- Map, chart, graph, and trend the data (to the extent data allow) • -- Download whatever data they want – and also access the data via web services for easy integration into other websites and applications • Will contain data for all Community Health Status Indicators, County Health Rankings variables, and an array of new and updated measures: • -- Healthy People 2020 indicators • -- State of the USA indicators • -- New Medicare community-level indicators (see next) • -- Plus: evidence-based interventions that have positively impacted performance on indicators 4

  6. 3. New Medicare community-level indicators are coming! • Will debut as part of the HHS Health Indicators Warehouse in December 2010 • Will be aggregate indicators of Medicare service utilization, quality, cost, and prevalence of disease at the national, state, regional, and (potentially) county level • The specific metrics are TBD – we are very interested in getting your input. Possible ideas include: • -- Cost and utilization information such as standardized, risk-adjusted per capita Medicare payments (total and potentially by setting), readmissions, emergency room visits, etc. • -- Prevalence of disease information such as percentage of fee-for-service beneficiaries with various conditions (e.g., congestive heart failure, diabetes) • -- Quality indicator information such as potentially avoidable admissions and the quality metrics found in Hospital Compare 5