Data & Results

public health data explorer

Explore the Vermont Public Health Data Explorer by clicking on a behavior or disease below to quickly see the impact of 3-4-50 in Vermont.

3-4-50 Scorecard

Explore the 3-4-50 Scorecard

A tool to track how well we are doing at prevention.

 
 
   

data briefs

Statewide Data
Title Date Type
3-4-50 Statewide Data Brief
Updated with 2016 Vermont BRFSS and 2015 Vital Statistics numbers.
10/12/2017 PDF Download
County Data
Title Date Type
Lamoille
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Orleans
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Rutland
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Washington
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Windsor
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Windham
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Orange
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Chittenden
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Grand Isle
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Caledonia
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Essex
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Franklin
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Bennington
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Addison
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Local Health Office Data
Title Date Type
Barre
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Bennington
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Brattleboro
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Burlington
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Middlebury
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Morrisville
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Newport
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Rutland
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Springfield
12/16/2016 PDF Download
St Albans
12/16/2016 PDF Download
St Johnsbury
12/16/2016 PDF Download
White River Jct
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Special Population Data
Title Date Type
Cognitive Impairment
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Depression
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Disability
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Low Socio-Economic Status
06/01/2016 PDF Download
Older Vermonters
12/16/2016 PDF Download
Chronic Disease Data
Title Date Type
Asthma
06/06/2017 PDF Download
Cancer
04/19/2017 PDF Download
Cardiovascular Disease
08/18/2017 PDF Download
Diabetes
05/15/2017 PDF Download
Oral Health: Dental Visits
07/28/2017 PDF Download
Oral Health: Tooth Loss
07/28/2017 PDF Download

cost of chronic disease in vermont

Chronic diseases affect the quality of life for Vermonters as well as Vermont’s economic future.

Chronic diseases are projected to cost Vermont over $2 billion in health care costs this year alone.

 

 

 

3-4-50 Preventable Death Infographic Most chronic disease deaths are from the four diseases included in 3-4-50. The same three behaviors, lack of physical activity, poor diet, and tobacco use, can also make other chronic diseases worse including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and liver disease.