Welcome To Hawaiʻi Health Data Warehouse
The Hawaiʻi Health Data Warehouse is dedicated to providing useful data to support public health professionals, researchers, the community and health agencies to become more effective in the application of health data. We store and organize health data from Hawaiʻi Department of Health’s (DOH) vital statistics system and health surveys and make the data available to users for analysis through this website powered by the Hawaiʻi-Indicator Based Information System (HI-IBIS). We combine DOH data with Hawaiʻi data from other sources such as the Census, national surveys, and reports and make them available through the Hawaiʻi Health Matters website.
As you explore our site, you’ll see links to embedded videos like this website overview video to help guide you. For additional help, use our Tools & Resources at the top of the page, or you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Happy data gathering!
News & Announcements
The 2021 PRAMS Data Is Here!
The Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (PRAMS) collects state-specific, population-based data on maternal attitudes and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy in 46 states, including Hawaiʻi. HHDW users can explore over 150 PRAMS data health indicators at the state and county level from…
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Explore the 2021 Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (PRAMS) data for Hawaiʻi. Learn how to access the data in HawaiiHealthMatters.org or build a custom report in HHDW.org with county-level data and Hawaiʻi-specific races/ethnicities.
Holoi ā nalo Wāhine ‘Ōiwi: Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Task Force Report (Part 1)
Our Featured Content for June is the Holoi ā nalo Wāhine ‘Ōiwi: Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Task Force Report (Part 1), a document that presents the scope of Native Hawaiian Women and Girls (NHWG) who are murdered and missing, and identifies…