Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 14:39:42 +0000
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From: "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/OCOO/ITSO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
Subject: FW: CDC OADPG Releases Data to Action
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From: CDC Announcements
The Office of the Associate Director for Program (OADPG) is pleased to announce the launch of several new data and analysis tools available through the Data to Action site
This site supports CDC's efforts to improve public health impact by making key data more accessible, especially data that can help to promote policy, system and environmental changes that will improve health.
The data and analysis tools currently available on the site include:
* Sortable Stats
: An interactive state-level data set with 20 priority risk factors and health indicators.
* Policy Implementation Analyses
: Downloadable tables that provide state-level information about adoption of policy best practices.
* Burden Assessments
: Downloadable graphs that describe the location, size and rates of health problems across the nation.
Please feel free to add the link,
, to your website and to share with your partners and grantees.
Thank you to the many offices involved in developing these products, particularly the Management Information Systems Office (MISO) for their work on developing the Sortable Stats site and the Office of the Associate Director for Communication for web development support. We will continue to add new resources and update the tools as new data become available. If you have feedback or ideas for the tools, please contact us at
ADProgram at cdc dot gov
Janet Collins, PhD
Associate Director for Program