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IDPH each year records about a half million vital record events as mandated by state statutes and federal uniform data collection requirements.
Data.Illinois.gov is an open data portal that provides ready access to public datasets. Click here to obtain the latest IDPH datasets.
A compendium of databases and datafiles used within IDPH which lists variables collected, contacts, limitations on data use and other information.
A web-based data query system for collecting and disseminating public health data. NOTE: For historical data purposes only.
A web-based data query system for collecting and disseminating current public health data in a collaborative effort with seven agencies.
Provides access to databases reporting on statewide mortality, trauma registry, traffic crash reports and hospital discharges.
Collecting statewide information on cancer incidence, adverse pregnancy outcomes, occupational diseases and hazardous exposures.
An ongoing population-based survey of women who have recently delivered a live born infant in Illinois to reduce infant morbidity and mortality.
A state-based program that gathers information on risk factors among Illinois adults 18 years of age and older through monthly telephone surveys.
Access information on quality and safety data, nurse staffing, patient satisfaction and costs of services in Illinois hospitals and surgery centers
IRB reviews research studies to ensure the rights and well being of people who are subjects in research are protected.
The IMMB is IDPH’s primary publication for scientific articles of interest to public health communities and professionals in Illinois.
A web-based surveillance system for hospital visits that captures information on chief complaints and diagnosis in near real-time.
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