The Death Data is composed of information extracted from death certificates. State laws require death certificates to be issued for all deaths. Data for death certificates are the most comprehensive source of information on mortality, including cause of death. The information is captured by the Hawai’i State Department of Health, Office of Health Status Monitoring as part of the National Vital Statistics System in collaboration with the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
Data Release Notes
General data release notes are available on the Death Health Indicator Selection page.
Number of Deaths Per Year
|2020 - 12,027||2009 - 9,934|
|2019 - 11,736||2008 - 9,553|
|2018 - 11,531||2007 - 9,602|
|2017 - 11,500||2006 - 9,602|
|2016 - 11,035||2005 - 9,301|
|2015 - 11,198||2004 - 9,219|
|2014 - 10,864||2003 - 9,153|
|2013 - 10,558||2002 - 8,960|
|2012 - 10,332||2001 - 8,581|
|2011 - 9,936||2000 - 8,485|
|2010 - 9,632|
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- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) website provides documentation, selected data and instructional materials
- CDC WONDER Underlying Cause of Death
- WISQARS Fatal Injury and Violence Data
- Hawai’i State Department of Health Vital Statistics