IBIS-PH Indicator Reports Introduction
Welcome to the IBIS-PH Indicator Reports page. A health indicator is a numeric measure that depicts the status of a population or a health system on a core public health construct. An Indicator Report provides online numerical data for a health indicator as well as its public health context, including what the current status is and what is being done to improve it.
Programs throughout the Utah Department of Health prepare these Indicator Reports to provide an overview of a specific public health issue in Utah. For more detailed information about Indicator Reports see the Indicator Report Contents and Usage page.
If more information is needed than what the Indicator Report provides, the Custom Query System is available or the program can be contacted directly using the information provided in the Indicator Report footer (at the bottom of the page).
Getting StartedYou may use these indexes to browse IBIS Indicator Reports. You will find links to these indexes in the drop-down menu under the "Indicator Reports" tab at the top of every IBIS page.
Community Snapshot ReportsThese reports provide Indicator Report data organized for a single local health district. The Utah Department of Health plans to include additional community types starting with Utah Small Areas. Follow the steps to build your own table of Indicator Report data for a Utah community (local health districts only right now).
News and Updates
Updated or New Indicator Reports
By default, the IBIS-PH system delivers JPEG type chart and map graphics to be displayed by your browser. If you want to have interactive charts and maps or if you are experiencing problems displaying charts and maps then see the IBIS-PH Graphic Display Preference page for options and more information.
Content updated: April 2014