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Community Health Status Assessment

C l y C o u n ty H e a l D e p a rtm e n t a th D e ce m b e r 7 , 2 0 1 1

G o a ls fo r c o m m u n ity h e a lth p re se n ta tio n


Identify current trends
Improvement or negative decline in health indicators?

Highlight countys health strengths and weaknesses


Is county doing better or worse compared to state/nation?

Identify gaps in data


Do we need more information?

Where can we make a difference?

Healthy people 2020


Provides science-based, 10-year objectives for improving the health of all Americans

Provides measurable goals/benchmarks that are applicable at the national, state, and local levels

Table of contents
Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics

General Health and Access to Care

Maternal and Child Health Indicators

Chronic Disease Indicators

Infectious Disease Indicators

Demographic & socioeconomic characteristics

Demographics
Population (Table 1.1) Decreasing population Aging population

Race/Ethnicity (Table 1.2)


Predominantly white population, 97.7%

Median household income

Population in poverty

Unemployment rate

Educational attainment

Summary

Strengths

Concerns

Low cost of living Showing improvement in educational attainment

Decreasing/aging population More poverty Less higher education

General health & access to care

Leading causes of death

Clay County

Illinois

1.Cancer 2.Heart Disease 3.Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease

1.Heart Disease 2.Cancer 3.Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke)

Mortality rates
Crude Mortality Rates, 2008 All Deaths Cancer Coronary Heart Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease Cerebrovascular Chronic Liver Disease
* If <10 events, no rate calculated Source: Illinois Departm of Public Health ent

Clay 1317.4 318.5 311.3 108.6 94.1 *

IL 803.3 188.7 202.5 43.5 44.9 8.9

Population uninsured

Summary

Strengths

Concerns

Lower percentage of population uninsured compared to state

Higher mortality rates compared to state

Maternal & child health indicators

Teen Birth rate


Teen Birth 2009 Rate Clay 11.8% County Illinois 9.6% US 9.9%

T h e ch i d re n o f te e n a g e m o th e rs a re l m o re l ke l to h a ve l w e r sch o o l i y o a ch i ve m e n t e d ro p o u t o f h i h sch o o l g h a ve m o re h e a l p ro b l m s th e b e i ca rce ra te d a t so m e ti e d u ri g n m n a d o l sce n ce e g i b i ve rth a s a te e n a g e r fa ce u n e m p l ym e n t a s a yo u n g a d u l o t

Smoking during pregnancy

Drinking during pregnancy

Summary

Strengths

Concerns

Percent receiving adequate prenatal care Percent of mothers with high school degree

Teen birth rate Low/very low birth weight & preterm babies Percent of moms who smoke during pregnancy

Chronic disease indicators

Mortality rates
Crude Mortality Rates, 2008 All Deaths Cancer Coronary Heart Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease Cerebrovascular Chronic Liver Disease
* If <10 events, no rate calculated Source: Illinois Departm of Public Health ent

Clay 1317.4 318.5 311.3 108.6 94.1 *

IL 803.3 188.7 202.5 43.5 44.9 8.9

Cancer
Page 12, Table 4.2: Cancer Incidence & Mortality Rates

Clay County males higher incidence rates vs. state

Mortality rates similar to state

diabetes

Obesity

Physical activity

Tobacco

Summary

Strengths

Concerns

Successful cancer screening programs Improvement in diabetes and tobacco

Tobacco still well above HP 2020 target

Infectious Disease Indicators

Summary
Rates of sexually transmitted diseases lower than state rates

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