The Hawaii Health Data Warehouse is dedicated to providing useful data to support public health professionals, the community and health agencies to become more effective in the application of health data.
Reports are organized into four categories in a drill-down system intended to make navigation for certain criteria easier.
Top level or Level I are categorized by subject areas like Chronic Diseases, Healthy
Lifestyles and Tobacco Use.
The second level contains specific health indicator reports related to the Level 1 subject
area. For example, Asthma and Diabetes prevalence reports are under Chronic
Disease (Level 1).
Users may navigate to reports in five ways:
The reports in this section are categorized into subject areas like chronic diseases, healthy lifestyles, etc. The reports are from available data sources like the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System’s (BRFSS), Hawaii Health Survey (HHS), Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), Youth Tobacco Surveillance and Evaluation System (YTS), and Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS).
Reports are organized by data source (BRFSS, HHS, PRAMS, YTS,YRBS, and Vital Statistics) and within each data source, the reports are further categorized into subject areas like chronic diseases, healthy lifestyles, etc. In most cases the reports are subcategorized further (eg, under chronic diseases there are asthma, diabetes, hypertension, etc).
Healthy People provides science‐based, 10‐year national objectives for disease prevention and health promotion for all Americans. Healthy People 2020 is a comprehensive set of objectives and targets to be achieved by the year 2020. This site has detailed reports for 80 different HP2020 objectives across 30 topic areas. These reports present Hawaii data broken down by many geographic, economic, and demographic factors, including Hawaii-specific race/ethnicity categories. For a more contextualized view of the data, check out the Healthy People 2020 Tracker on our sister site – HawaiiHealthMatters.org. In a glimpse, users can see how the state is doing for nearly 30 different Healthy People 2020 objectives.
Leading Health Indicators (LHIs) are a subset of Healthy People objectives that address high-priority health issues. The reports in this section are based on LHIs and grouped by subject area. Two types of LHI reports are available: by county and by race/ethnicity. The county reports contain data for four counties (Hawaii, Honolulu, Kauai, and Maui) while the race/ethnicity reports break out the data by Native Hawaiian/part-Hawaiian, Caucasian, Filipino, and Japanese.
Publication from our partnerships with the Department of Health, Healthy Hawaii Initiative and community groups are available here or the links can be found in this section.
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