Vermont continues to be one of the healthiest states in the nation but there are challenges ahead. To meet these, we track, measure, report on, and apply data in order to achieve our shared goals for improving public health. Our data allows you to access this information at a local level, view trends over time, and visualize the indicators on Vermont maps.
Our Data Encyclopedia: A Review of Data Sources and Resources Available at The Vermont Department of Health provides an overview of the commonly used data sources to assess and track population health outcomes and contributors to disease in Vermont. It is intended to provide a high level description of the type of information in each data source, the potential uses and limitations of the data, and the existing reports summarizing the data.
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|Healthy Vermonters 2020||Data about high priority health issues that affect Vermonters, by county, health district and hospital service area. Data about high priority health issues that affect Vermonters, by county, health district and hospital service area. Look for Healthy Vermonters 2030 data coming soon.||Healthy Vermonters 2020 Quick Reference|
|Performance Scorecards||Report card on actions Vermont is taking to achieve its health goals.||How to Use the Performance Scorecards (video)|
|Environmental Public Health Tracking||Data that shows the relationship between the environment and health in Vermont, at the county and sub-county level.||Environmental Public Health Tracking Quick Reference|
|Community Profiles||The Health Department retired Community Profiles in July 2022. If you have questions about this change, please email [email protected]||