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Florida Maternal Mortality Review CommitteeLink opens in new window
The Florida Maternal Mortality Review Committee (Florida MMRC), formerly known as the Pregnancy-Associated Mortality Review (PAMR), aims to improve surveillance and analysis of pregnancy-related deaths in Florida.

Infant Mortality Documents and DataLink opens in new window
The Maternal and Child Health Section’s Infant Mortality website contains various publications that provide goals and objectives, guidelines, and data about activities that strive to improve the health of mothers and babies in Florida. For example, the Healthy Start Coalition Area report provides expected statistics calculated to account for differences in maternal education, marital status, and race.

Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent HealthLink opens in new window
This site provides data, tips and tools to use with data for states and families to help guide improvements in community-based systems of care for children and youth with special health care needs.

Florida Birth Defects RegistryLink opens in new window
The Florida Birth Defects Registry (FBDR) is a statewide system that identifies birth defects in children born in Florida.

Application for Scholars to Request Vital Statistics Data for Research Supporting Public HealthLink opens in new window
On this page you will find information about requesting access to Florida Vital Statistics data. Each application is judged on its scientific merit, methodology, data security procedures, benefit to the Florida Department of Health (DOH) and the public, and consistency with epidemiologic research goals of Florida Statute 381.0032. Requests for confidential data will only be granted in cases where the project meets the criteria and no other practical means of completing the project exists.

CDC's Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance SystemLink opens in new window
Discover more information about BRFSS. This national survey provides information on health risk behaviors, chronic conditions, and the use of preventative services. BRFSS questionaries, data analysis tools, and other resources are available.

FloridaHealthFinder.gov Hospital and Emergency Department QueryLink opens in new window
This query tool, provided by the Agency for Health Care Administration, shows data by hospital and by county for inpatient, outpatient and emergency department visits. The tool provides number of visits, average length of stay, total charges and average charges. It also allows data users to filter or sort results by hospital, county, payer, discharge status, diagnosis groups and more.

U.S. Census Bureau American Community SurveyLink opens in new window
This tool provides population, demographic, housing and economic information from the American Communities Survey (ACS), which is annually administered by the US Bureau of the Census. The ACS provides data for states, counties, census tracts, and zip codes.

PLACES: Local data for better healthLink opens in new window
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have expanded the original 500 Cities Project that began in 2015. The primary data sources for this project are the CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the Census 2010 population, and the American Community Survey estimates.

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