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 LC-10Risk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingPoverty
Percent of population living under the Federal Poverty Level
Number of families below the Federal Poverty Line or FPL (determined by US Thresholds)
Total number of families
HP 2020 Focus area SDOH-3; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency: Household income (including earnings, cash benefits, and in-kind and non-cash benefits); Chronic Disease Indicator; United Health Rankings Core Measure
American Community Survey (ACS)
18.60%
2011
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 LC-12Risk/OutcomeDiscrimination and SegregationBullying
Percent of 9-12th graders who reported being bullied on school property or electronically bullied
Number of 9th through 12th grade students (12-17 years) who reported having been bullied on school property or electronically during the past 12 months.
9th through 12th grade student population (12-17 years)
Healthy People 2020 focus area IVP-35.
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
25.50%
2011
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 LC-13Risk/OutcomeDiscrimination and SegregationExperiences of Race-Based Discrimination or Racism among Women
Percent of women who experienced discrimination right before or during pregnancy.
Number of women who answer Yes to the question “During the 12 months before your new baby was born, did you feel emotionally upset (for example, angry, sad or frustrated) as a result of how you were treated based on your race?”
Total number of women who recently had a live birth
None
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
8.80%
2009-2011
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 LC-14Risk/OutcomeDiscrimination and SegregationPerceived Experiences of Discrimination Among Children
Percent of children who experienced discrimination in the past year (parent report)
Number of children age 0-17 years who (somewhat or very) often experience racial discrimination in the past year, as reported by their parent
Total number of children 0-17
None
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
1.21%
2011-2012
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 LC-20Risk/OutcomeEconomic ExperiencesHigh School Graduation Rate
High school graduation rate (4 year cohort) as measured by the Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate.
Number of students who graduate in four years with a regular high school diploma
Number of students who form the adjusted cohort for the graduating class
HP 2020 Focus Area AH-5.1; Chronic Disease Indicators; United Health Rankings Core Measure
National Center for Education Statistics
75.50%
2011
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 LC-21Risk/OutcomeEconomic ExperiencesMother's Education Level at Birth
Percent of births by maternal education levels
Number of women delivering a live birth with <HS, HS, & some college
All live births
MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency:Employment or education of participating adults
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
8th Grade or Less = 4.48%
Less than High School = 13.47%
High School = 45.45%
Greater than HS = 35.41%
2011
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 LC-22Risk/OutcomeEconomic ExperiencesUnemployment
Prevalence of unemployment
Number of persons age 16 and older in the labor force who are unemployed (and actively seeking work)
Number of persons age 16 and older
MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency:Employment or education of participating adults
American Community Survey (ACS)
10.30%
2011
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 LC-25Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingChildren with Special Health Care Needs
Percent of children (0-17 years) with a special health care need
Children, ages 0-17 years with a special health care need
Children, ages 0-17 years
HP 2020 Focus areas MICH-30 and MICH-31 are specific to CSHCN; Title V Programs report the number of CSHCN served but not prevalence
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
19.80%
2011-2012
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 LC-05Service/CapacityCommunity Health PolicyFluoridation
Proportion of population served by community water systems that received optimally fluoridated water.
Population on community water systems that received optimally fluoridated drinking water in a calendar year.
Population on community water systems in a calendar year
HP 2020 focus area OH-13; Chronic Disease Indicator; National Oral Health Surveillance System Indicator
Water Fluoridation Reporting System
73.9%
2010
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 LC-09Risk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingHousehold Food Insecurity
Household Food Insecurity
Number of households experiencing food insecurity (household reports being unable to afford balanced meals, having  to cut the size of meals because of too little money for food, or being hungry because of too little money for food.)
Number of households
HP 2020 Focus area NWS-13
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Survey (ERS)
14.90%
2011
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 LC-41Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityOral Health Preventive Visit for Children
Percent of children who received a preventive dental visit in the past 12 months
Number of children ages 1-17 who received at least one preventative dental visit in the past 12 months
Total child population ages 1-17
HP 2020 focus area OH-7 (Leading Health Indicator); NQF measure 1334, Chronic Disease Indicator; National Oral Health Surveillance System Indicator
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
77.50%
2011
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 LC-42Risk/OutcomeMental HealthDepression Among Youth
Percent 9th -12th graders who felt sad or hopeless almost every day for  more than 2 weeks during the previous 12 months
Number of 9th -12th graders who felt sad or hopeless almost every day for more than two weeks during the previous 12 months
Number of 9th -12th graders
HP 2020 Focus area MHMD-4.1 (Leading Health Indicator)
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
28.46%
2011
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 LC-55Risk/OutcomeReproductive Life ExperiencesPreterm Birth
Percent of live births born < 37 weeks gestation
Number of live births born prior to 37 weeks gestation
Total number of live births
HP 2020 Focus area MICH-9
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
11.71%
2011
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 LC-57Risk/OutcomeSocial Capital4th Grade Proficiency
Percent of 4th graders scoring proficient or above on math and reading
Number of 4th graders scoring proficient or above on math and reading
Total enrolled 4th graders in public schools
HP 2020 Focus area AH-5.3.1; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in School Readiness and Achievement: Child’s general cognitive skills
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
Math: 40% Reading: 34%
2011
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 LC-59Service/CapacitySocial CapitalVoter Registration
Voter registration
Number of adults registered to vote
Total eligible population
None
Current Population Survey (CPS)
71.20%
2012
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 LC-23Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingAdolescent Smoking
Percent of adolescents who smoked cigarettes in the past 30 days
Total 9th-12th graders who smoked cigarettes ≥ 1 day during the past 30 days
Total population of 9th – 12th graders
Preconception Health Indicator E1; HP 2020 Focus area TU-2 (TU-2.2 is a Leading Health Indicator); CDC Winnable Battle (Decrease the percentage of youth who smoke cigarettes by 11%); MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Parental use of alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs; Chronic Disease Indicator
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
18.07%
2011
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 LC-28Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingExposure to Second Hand Smoke in the Home
Percent of children living in a household where smoking occurs inside home
Number of children who live in a household with someone who smokes and smoking occurs inside home
Children age 0-17 years
HP 2020 Focus area TU-11; NQF measure 1346; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in School Readiness and Achievement: Child’s physical health and development
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
4.90%
2011-2012
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 LC-29Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingHypertension
Percent of adults with diagnosed hypertension
Total number of adults aged 18 and over who indicated a health professional told them they had high blood pressure
Total adult population 18 and over
Preconception Health Indicator I3; HP 2020 Focus area HDS-5; Chronic Diease Indicator
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
31.48%
2011
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 LC-33Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingPhysical Activity Among High School Students
Proportion of high school students who are physically active for at least 60 minutes per day on five or more of the past seven days.
Number of high school students who report being active for at least 60 minutes per day on five or more of the past seven days.
All high school students.
HP 2020 Focus area PA-3; NQF measure 1348; Chronic Disease Indicator
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
49.45%
2011
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 LC-44Risk/OutcomeMental HealthPostpartum Depression
Percent of women who have recently given birth who reported experiencing postpartum depression following a live birth
Number of women who experienced self-reported postpartum depression following a live birth
Total live births to recent mothers
Preconception Health Indicator G3; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Screening for maternal depressive symptoms
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
23%
2009-2011
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 LC-45Risk/OutcomeMental HealthSuicide
Suicides per 100,000 population
Number of suicides
Total population
HP 2020 Focus area MHMD-1 (Leading Health Indicator); Title V Performance Measure #16 (subset of this indicator)
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
12.45 per 100,000 US persons
2010
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 LC-58ARisk/OutcomeSocial CapitalIncarceration Rate
Prevalence of juveniles ages 13-17 male or female, detained in residential placement
Number of juveniles ages 13-17 male or female, detained in residential placement
Total population of 13-17 year olds
MIECHV Benchmark Area Reduction in Crime or Domestic Violence: Convictions
National Center for Juvenile Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
82 per 100,000 juveniles ages 13-17
2011
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 LC-58BRisk/OutcomeSocial CapitalIncarceration Rate
Prevalence of adults incarcerated
Number of adults age 18 or over imprisoned
Total population of adults age 18 or over
MIECHV Benchmark Area Reduction in Crime or Domestic Violence: Convictions
Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Prisoner Statistics Program
Overall: 492 per 100,000 residents
2011
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 LC-06Risk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingConcentrated Disadvantage
Proportion of households with high level of concentrated disadvantage, calculated using 5 Census variables
Number of households at high level of concentrated disadvantage
Total number of households
None
American Community Survey (ACS)
National comparison not yet available
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 LC-38Risk/OutcomeHealth Care Access and QualityAsthma Emergency Department Utilization
Proportion of persons on Medicaid with asthma having an asthma emergency department (ED) visit
Number of Medicaid beneficiaries with asthma having 1 or more ED visit for asthma during the measurement year.
Number of Medicaid beneficiaries with asthma during the measurement year.
HP 2020 Focus area RD-3; NQF measure 1381; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in School Readiness and Achievement: Child’s physical health and development; Chronic Disease Indicator
Medicaid Analytical eXtract (MAX) files
National comparison not yet available
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 LC-39Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityInability or Delay in Obtaining Necessary Medical Care or Dental Care
Percent of parents reporting their child was not able to obtain necessary medical care or dental care.
Number of survey respondents that report their child (ages 0-17) was not  able to obtain or had a delay in obtaining necessary medical care or dental care.
Total child population ages 0-17
HP 2020 Focus area AHS-6; Title V Performance Measure #04 (limited to CSHCN); MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency: Health insurance status of participating adults and children
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
6.70%
2011
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 LC-35Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityChildren Receiving Age Appropriate Immunizations
Percent of children ages 19-35 receiving age-appropriate immunizations according to the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) guidelines and HP 2020 Goal.
Number of children surveyed who received ≥4 doses of DTaP/DT/DTP (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Acellular pertussis), ≥3 doses of poliovirus vaccine, ≥1 doses of measles-containing vaccine, full series of Hib (Haemophilus influenza - 3 or 4 doses, depending on product type), ≥3 doses of HepB (Hepatitis B),  ≥1 dose of varicella vaccine, and >= 4 PCV (Pneumococcal) doses. 4:3:1:3:3:1:4 series
Number of children age 19-35 months
HP 2020 Focus areas IID-1, IID-7, IID-8 (Leading Health Indicator), IID-9; Title V Performance Measure #07; NQF measure 0038; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Well-Child Visits; United Health Rankings Core Measure
National Immunization Survey (NIS)
68.4% +/- 1.4
2012
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 LC-37Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityMedical Home for Children
Proportion of families who report their child received services in a medical home
Children ages 0-17 whose health care meets Medical Home criteria
Children ages 0-17 years
HP 2020 Focus area MICH-30; Title V Performance Measure #03 (For CSHCN); MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Well-Child Visits
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
54.41%
2011-2012
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 LC-04Service/CapacityCommunity Health PolicyBreastfeeding Support - Baby Friendly Hospitals
Proportion of births occurring in baby friendly hospitals
Number of births at Baby-Friendly designated hospitals for a given year
Number of births in State for a given year
HP 2020 Focus area MICH-24; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health:Breastfeeding; Chronic Disease Indicator
Annual CDC Breastfeeding Report Card
7.15%
2010
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 LC-27Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingExclusive Breastfeeding at 3 Months
Percent of children exclusively breastfed through 3 months
Estimate of the number of children exclusively breastfed through 3 months of age.
Number of individuals surveyed
HP 2020 Focus area MICH-21.4; CDC Winnable Battle  (Increase the proportion of infants who are breastfed by 15%); Title V Performance Measure #11 (similar); MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Breastfeeding; Chronic Disease Indicator
National Immunization Survey (NIS)
36.0%±1.3%
2009
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 LC-48Service/CapacityOrganizational Measurement CapacityStates with P-20 Longitudinal Data Sets
States with P-20W longitudinal data systems.   A P-20W is a data system where policies and standards are aligned to link student data for specified purposes across the education continuum, from early childhood through K12, postsecondary and the workforce.
Number of states, territories, and jurisdictions that completed 8 or more essential actions of fully functional P-20/workforce longitudinal data system (P for preschool).
Total number of states, territories, and jurisdictions
None
The Data Quality Campaign (DQC)
33.33% (17 out of 51)
2013
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 LC-36AService/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityHuman Papillomavirus (HPV) Immunization
The proportion of adolescents ages 13-17 who receive the evidence-based clinical preventive service HPV vaccine
Adolescents aged 13-17 who received a complete series of HPV vaccine
Total population of adolescents aged 13-17
HP 2020 Focus area IID-11.4; NQF measure 1959
National Immunization Survey-Teen (NIS-Teen)
48.3% (±4.0)
2013
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 LC-52Service/CapacityReproductive Life ExperiencesPostpartum Contraception
Proportion of women using birth control postpartum
Respondents (women having a live birth) who reported that they or their husbands or partners were currently doing something to keep from getting pregnant
All respondents (women having a live birth)
Preconception Health Indicator D7; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Inter-birth Intervals
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
84.19%
2009-2011
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 LC-16Risk/OutcomeDiscrimination and SegregationRacial Residential Segregation, by Community
Differential distribution of individuals by race or other social or income factors (Dissimilarity Index).
Number of counties with dissimilarity index (DI) > .6 (very segregated) It is standard to view cities or other geographic areas with a DI under .3 as well integrated, those with a DI value between .3 and .6 as moderately segregated, and those with values above .6 as very segregated (10). See Notes for Calculation for formula
Total number of counties
None
American Community Survey (ACS)
Range of Dissimilarity (lowest and highest across 50 states): 0.070 to 0.49
2011
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 LC-08Risk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingHomicide Rate
Homicide rate
Total homicide-related deaths
Total population
HP 2020 Focus area IVP-29
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
5.28 Per 100,000 US Persons
2010
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 LC-11Risk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingSmall for Gestational Age
Proportion of singleton live-born infants whose birth weight is at or below the 10th percentile for a given gestational age
Singleton live-born infants whose birth weight is at or below the 10th percentile for a given gestational age
Total number of singleton live births
None
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
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 LC-49Risk/OutcomeReproductive Life ExperiencesDiabetes During Pregnancy
Percent of adult women with diagnosed diabetes during pregnancy, only
Total women with diabetes only during pregnancy
Total population of mothers
None
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
9.23%
2009-2011
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 LC-26Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingDiabetes
Percent of adults with diagnosed diabetes
Total diabetes cases among adults ≥ 18 years
Total adult population
Preconception Health Indicator I1; HP 2020 Focus area D-1; Chronic Disease Indicator; United Health Rankings Core Measure
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
10.17%
2012
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 LC-54Risk/OutcomeReproductive Life ExperiencesTeen Births
Number of live births born to women aged 10-19 years per 1,000 women aged 10-19 years
Number of live births born to women aged 10-19 years
Number of women aged 10-19 years
HP 2020 Focus area FP-8; CDC Winnable Battle (Decrease teen birth rates by 20%); Title V  Performance Measure #08
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
16.73 per 1000 US women aged 10-19
2011
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 LC-03Risk/OutcomeChildhood ExperiencesSubstantiated Child Maltreatment
Substantiated child maltreatment including experience of physical abuse, neglect or deprivation of necessities, medical neglect, sexual abuse, psychological or emotional maltreatment
Number of children with reports of maltreatment types that include physical abuse, neglect or deprivation of necessities, medical neglect, sexual abuse, psychological or emotional maltreatment and the report is considered substantiated.
Number of children under 17 years of age in the state.
HP 2020 Focus area IVP-38; MIECHV Benchmark Area Prevention of Child Injuries, Child Abuse, Neglect, or Maltreatment, and Reduction of Emergency Department Visits: Reported substantiated maltreatment (substantiated/indicated/alternative response victim) for children in the program
National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS)
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 LC-43Risk/OutcomeMental HealthMental Health Among Adults
Percent of adults with poor mental health
Weighted number of adults ages 18 and over responding to the BRFSS survey reporting that their mental health, which includes stress, depression, and problems with emotions, was “not good for ≥14 days out of the past 30 days
Weighted number of adults ages 18 and over responding to the BRFSS survey
HP 2020 Focus area MHMD-4.2
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
11.22%
2012
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 LC-07ARisk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingHomelessness
Prevalence of homelessness among individuals.
Number of individuals experiencing homelessness in a given county
Total county population
None
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Annual Assessment Report to Congress
0.19%
2013
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 LC-07BRisk/OutcomeCommunity WellbeingHomelessness
Prevalence of homelessness among families.
Number of families experiencing homelessness in a given county
Total number of families at county level
None
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Annual Assessment Report to Congress
0.09%
2013
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 LC-17Service/CapacityEarly Life ServicesEarly Intervention
Proportion of children aged 0-3 years who received EI services of all children aged 0-3 years
Children aged 0-3 years receiving EI services in a given state
All children aged 0-3 years
HP 2020 Focus area MICH-29
IDEA 618 Child Count
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 LC-34Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityCervical Cancer Screening
The proportion of women who receive the appropriate evidence-based clinical preventive services (Pap Smear) for cervical cancer screening
Women ages 21-65 who received a pap smear within the last three years
Total women ages 21-65
HP 2020 Focus area C-15; NQF measure 0032; Chronic Disease Indicator
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
83.84%
2012
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 LC-50Risk/OutcomeReproductive Life ExperiencesEarly Sexual Intercourse
Initiation of sexual intercourse before age 13 years.
Number of 9th - 12th grade students who report initiating sexual intercourse before age 13 years
Number of 9th - 12th grade students
HP 2020 Focus area FP-9
Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
6.24%
2011
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 LC-31Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingIntimate Partner Violence, Injury, Physical or Sexual Abuse
Number of intimate partner victimizations per 1,000 persons age 18 and older
Number of persons aged 18 years or older who reported intimate partner violence
Number of persons aged 18 and older per 1,000
Preconception Health Indicator H1; HP 2020 Focus area IVP-39
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
9.56%
2007
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 LC-19Service/CapacityEarly Life ServicesEarly Childhood Health Screening - EPSDT
Percent of Medicaid-enrolled children who received at least one initial or periodic screen in past calendar year
Number of Medicaid enrollees ages 0-21 (enrolled for 90+ continuous days) receiving at least one initial or periodic screen
Total Medicaid-enrolled children ages 0-21 enrolled for 90+ continuous days
Title V Health Systems Capacity Indicator #02 is similar; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Well-Child Visits
CMS - Annual Medicaid EPSDT Participation Report
62%; Note:This estimate uses publicly available reports and includes EPSDT data for ages children 0-20 instead of 0-21.
2011
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 LC-53Risk/OutcomeReproductive Life ExperiencesRepeat Teen Birth
Percent of teen births that are repeat teen births
Number of repeat live births to females 15-19 years (or other teenage group)
Number of live births to females 15-19 years (or other teenage group)
HP 2020 Focus area FP-8; CDC Winnable Battle (Decrease teen birth rates by 20%)
National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) Records
17.77%
2011
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 LC-40Service/CapacityHealth Care Access and QualityMedical Insurance for Adults
The proportion of adults with medical insurance.
Number of adults 19 years and older with medical insurance
All adults 19 years and older
HP 2020 Focus area AHS-1.1 (Leading Health Indicator); MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency: Health insurance status of participating adults and children; Chronic Disease Indicator; United Health Rankings core measure
Current Population Survey (CPS)
82.5%
2012
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 LC-18Service/CapacityEarly Life ServicesWIC Nutrition Services
Proportion of children aged 2-5 years receiving WIC services compared to proportion of children <185% FPL
Children aged 2-5 years participating in the WIC program
Total children aged 2-5 years whose income is below 185% FPL.
MIECHV Benchmark Area Improvements in Family Economic Self-Sufficiency: Household income (including earnings, cash benefits, and in-kind and non-cash benefits)
WIC program data
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 LC-24Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingAdolescent Use of Alcohol
Percent of adolescents using alcohol during the past 30 days
Number of adolescents aged 12 to 17 years who reported use of alcohol during the past 30 days
Total NSDUH survey respondents Ages 12-17
Preconception Health Indicator E5; HP 2020 focus area SA-2.3; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Parental use of alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs; Chronic Disease Indicator
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA
12.9%
2012
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 LC-30Risk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingIllicit Drug Use
Prevalence of illicit drug use in the past month among population 12 years and older.
Reported illicit drug use in the past month for those 12 and older
Total population aged 12 and older
HP 2020 Focus are SA-13, SA-2.4, SA-13.3; MIECHV Benchmark Area Improved Maternal and Newborn Health: Parental use of alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs
National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), SAMHSA
9.20%
2012
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 LC-32ARisk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingObesity
Percent of children who are currently overweight or obese
Number of children 10-17 who are currently overweight or obese, based on BMI for age (BMI-for-age):overweight OR obese (85th percentile or above)
Total children with height and weight data
HP 2020 Focus area NWS-10; CDC Winnable Battle (Reduce the proportion of children and adolescents age 2-19 who are obese by 5%); Title V Performance Measure #14; Chronic Disease Indicator;
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
31.30%
2011-2012
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 LC-32BRisk/OutcomeFamily WellbeingObesity
Percent of adults who are currently overweight or obese
Number of adults currently overweight or obese based on BMI overweight OR obese (with a BMI of 25 or above)
Total adults with height and weight data in the above respective population or group
Preconception Health Indicator F-2; HP 2020 Focus area NWS-9 (Leading Health Indicator); Title V Performance Measure #14; Chronic Disease Indicators; United Health Rankings Core Measure
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
63.50%
2011
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 LC-02Risk/OutcomeChildhood ExperiencesPrevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences Among Children
Prevalence of adverse childhood experiences among children
Number of children whose parents responded to the NSCH that their children were exposed to adverse childhood experiences (9 questions related to ACEs)
Total number of children
MIECHV Benchmark Area Reduction in Crime or Domestic Violence: Screening for domestic violence
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH)
0 Adverse Childhood Experiences= 52.07%
1 Adverse Childhood Experience= 25.32%
2 or More Adverse Childhood Experiences= 22.61%
2011-2012
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