Indicators 1-9 of 9 indicators that match your search criteria:
 
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Indicator
7
Percent of women receiving adequate prenatal care
 
Used by:
Community Planning Council of Greenville County
Data source:
Unspecified
 
City of Pasadena
Unspecified
 
Keywords: health, health care, pregnancy, pregnancy/birth, prenatal
 
 
6
Emergency room use for nonemergency purposes
 
Comment: Measurement is only an approximation.
 
Used by:
Sustainable Seattle
Data source:
Central Hospital of Group Health Coop, Harborview Hospital, WA State Department of Health
 
Keywords: access, access to care, emergency, health, health care
 
 
5
Percent of population covered by health insurance
 
Comment: Survey question first asked in 1991. A new sampling method used in 1993 resulted in more representative participation by minorities than in previous years.
 
Used by:
Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Data source:
Survey
 
Minnesota Planning
MN Department of Health
 
South Puget Sound - Sustainable Community Roundtable
Unspecified
 
Keywords: access, access to care, health, health care, insurance, uninsured
 
 
5
Number of households with at least 1 uninsured member
 
Used by:
City of Pasadena
Data source:
Unspecified
 
Keywords: access, health, health care, insurance
 
 
5
Number of children without health insurance
 
Used by:
City of Pasadena
Data source:
Unspecified
 
Keywords: access to care, children, health, health care, insurance
 
 
4
Health care as percent of income
 
Comment: Does not address effectiveness of resource use, lack of access to health services, or amount spent caring for illness vs. promoting health.
 
Used by:
Sustainable Seattle
Data source:
WA Office of Financial Management '1990 Health Care Estimates' May 1992
 
Keywords: accessibility, cost, health, health care
 
 
4
Percentage of people identifying obstacles to obtaining health care
 
Used by:
Healthy City Office - Corporation of the City of Toronto
Data source:
To be established
 
Keywords: access, access to care, health, health care
 
 
2
Health care cost relative to total state/local expenditure
 
Comment: Does not address effectiveness of resource use, lack of access to health services, or amount spent caring for illness v. promoting health.
 
Used by:
Sustainable Seattle
Data source:
WA Office of Financial Management '1990 Health Care Estimates' May 1992
 
Keywords: cost, health, health care
 
 
1
Total health care expenditures
 
Comment: Does not address effectiveness of resource use; lack of access to health services; or amount spent caring for illness vs. promoting health.
 
Used by:
Sustainable Seattle
Data source:
WA Office of Financial Management '1990 Health Care Estimates' May 1992
 
Keywords: cost, health, health care