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Minnesota Department of Health

Description
Works to protect, maintain, and improve the health of all Minnesotans by advancing health equity and quality health systems. Promotes health throughout the lifespan, supports a safe and healthy physical environment, prevents the spread of disease, and prepares for public health emergencies.
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Funding & Opportunities (2)

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Resources (20)

  • 2017 Minnesota Statewide Health Assessment, 2017, view details
  • Advancing Health Equity in Minnesota: Report to the Legislature, 02/2014, view details
  • Dental Therapy in Minnesota, 06/2018, view details
  • Distressed Minnesota Community Hospitals, 2019, 01/2022, view details
  • Hospital Community Benefit Spending in Minnesota, 2016 to 2019: A Report to the Minnesota Legislature, 03/2022, view details
  • Minnesota Hospital-Treated Suicidal and Self-Harm Injury, view details
  • Impacts of COVID on Rural Minnesota, view details
  • Interpreter Roster: Spoken Language, Health Care, view details
  • Life and Breath: How Air Pollution Affects Health in Minnesota, 06/2019, view details
  • Minnesota Chartbook Section 6: Uninsurance and the Safety Net, 04/2022, view details
  • Minnesota Community Hospital Trends, 2017 – 2020: A Data Short Take, 03/2022, view details
  • Minnesota Community Report: Healthy Rural and Urban Kids Project, 01/2022, view details
  • Minnesota e-Health Assessments, view details
  • Minnesota e-Health Fact Sheets, Guides, and Tools, view details
  • Minnesota Public Health Data Access Portal, view details
  • Minnesota State Oral Health Plan 2020-2030, 08/2021, view details
  • Patterns of Opioid Prescribing in Minnesota: 2012 and 2015, 04/2018, view details
  • Rural Health Care in Minnesota: Data Highlights, 11/2021, view details
  • Suicide in Minnesota - 2011 Data Brief, 09/2013, view details
  • Three Key Trends for Minnesota Community Hospitals in 2020, 03/2022, view details