Hawaiʻi Health Data Warehouse

CDC 500 Cities Indicators Updated on Hawaii Health Matters


Updated census tract level data is available for CDC 500 Cities health indicators for Honolulu County on Hawaii Health Matters.

The data is part of the CDC 500 Cities project which is a collaboration between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the CDC Foundation. The project uses Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data to create census tract-level small area estimates of prevalence for chronic disease risk factors, health outcomes and clinical preventive services for the 500 largest cities in the United States.  In Hawaii, census tract-level data is available for the the City and County of Honolulu.

The following indicators have been updated with 2016 data:

  • Adults 65+ who Received Recommended Preventive Services:  Females
  • Adults 65+ who Received Recommended Preventive Services: Males
  • Adults 65+ with Total Tooth Loss
  • Adults who are Obese
  • Adults who are Sedentary
  • Adults who Binge Drink
  • Adults who Experienced a Stroke
  • Adults who Experienced Coronary Heart Disease
  • Adults who have had a Routine Checkup: Past Year
  • Adults who Smoke
  • Adults who Visited a Dentist
  • Adults with Arthritis
  • Adults with Cancer
  • Adults with COPD
  • Adults with Current Asthma
  • Adults with Diabetes
  • Adults with Kidney Disease
  • Adults without Health Insurance
  • Colon Cancer Screening: Sigmoidoscopy Past 5 Years and FOBT Past 3 Years, Colonoscopy Past 10 Years, or FOBT Past Year
  • Insufficient Sleep
  • Mammogram: 50-74 Past 2 Years
  • Pap Test: Past 3 Years 21-65
  • Poor Mental Health Days: 14+ Days
  • Poor Physical Health Days: 14+ Days

The following indicators were updated with data from 2015:

  • Adults who have Taken Medications for High Blood Pressure
  • Cholesterol Test History: 5 Years
  • High Blood Pressure Prevalence
  • High Cholesterol Prevalence: Adults 18+