Rural Health Resources by Topic: County-by-county data
Factors Associated With Geographic Disparities in Gastrointestinal Cancer Mortality in the United States
Examines modifiable and nonmodifiable factors related to county-level mortality from esophageal, gastric, pancreatic, and colorectal cancers. Provides county-level U.S. maps and breaks down data by sex, race, health behaviors, income, insurance status, travel time and specialist density, screening rates, and location by large metropolitan, small metropolitan, and rural.
Author(s): Christopher Ma, Stephen E. Congly, Darius E.Chyou, et al. Citation: Gastroenterology, 163(2), 437–448 Date: 08/2022 Type: Document view details
County-Level 14-Day COVID-19 Case Trajectories
Explores the 14-day trend in COVID-19 cases in every U.S. county. Analyzes the trends by county type: metropolitan, nonmetropolitan, or noncore. Includes county-level maps. Updated weekly.
Date: 08/2022 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis view details
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Data in the United States
Series of data files with cumulative counts of coronavirus cases by state and county, over time. Based on data from state and local governments and health departments collected by the New York Times. Publicly available for noncommercial public use, with attribution. Requires technical and data expertise.
Date: 08/2022 Type: Database Sponsoring organization: New York Times view details
Rural Health Disparities in Health Care Utilization for Dementia in Minnesota
Examines emergency department (ED) and inpatient hospitalization rates for older adults with dementia in rural and urban areas of Minnesota. Utilizes 2016-2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention disease-specific mortality data to compare to chronologically related H-CUP's State Inpatient Database (SID) and State Emergency Department Database (SEDD) hospital and ED visit data. Includes rural versus urban breakdowns of hospitalizations and ED visits by demographics such as age, sex, income, education, minority status, health behaviors, and access to healthcare providers.
Author(s): Sung Han Rhew, Kristen Jacklin, Patrick Bright, et al. Citation: Journal of Rural Health Date: 07/2022 Type: Document view details