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Query Builder for Birth Query Module for Utah Counties and Local Health DistrictsPrenatal Care in the Third Trimester, 2009 and After - Percentage With Prenatal Care in the Third Trimester (2009 and after)

Overview

The birth data in this IBIS-Q query module come from the Utah Birth Certificate database. The database is maintained by the Utah Department of Health, Office of Vital Records and Statistics. The population data used for the denominator were produced by the Utah Governor's Office of Planning and Budget (GOPB) for years 1980-1999 and the U.S. Census Bureau for years 2000 and later, are considered the most accurate available.

Getting Started

Follow the steps to narrow your query and display your results. When you are done forming your query, click "Submit" bottom of the screen (last step) to get your query result.
  • Select the years you would like to include in your analysis. The default is the most recent year.

  • First choose a coding scheme to use for age groups. Default is age adjustment age groups, all ages.












  • Select other characteristics of the mother that you would like to include in your analysis. The default is all characteristics.

    • Education level coding has been changed from year 2009. DO NOT combine 2009 and after data with previous years data on this selection

    • Adequacy of weight gain during pregnancy coding has been changed from year 2010. DO NOT combine 2010 and after data with previous years data on this selection

  • Select the infant characteristics you would like to include in the analysis. The default is all characteristics.

  • Select the health care system characteristics you want to include in your analysis. The default is all characteristics.

    • Kotelchuck method coding has been changed from year 2009. DO NOT combine 2009 and after data with previous years data on this selection. Currently 2009 data is still in progress.

    • Birth method coding has been changed from year 2009. DO NOT combine 2009 and after data with previous years data on this selection.

    • Birth attendant coding has been changed from year 2009. DO NOT combine 2009 and after data with previous years data on this selection.

    • Select from list of intervals

  • Select the type of residence you would like to include in your analysis. Click on the term to see a more detailed explanation. The default is resident births.


  • Select the geographic areas you would like to include in your analysis.

To display a map, you must select Geographic Area in Display By (category) and None in Group By (series)
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As an IBIS-PH Query System user, I AGREE TO:
  1. Use the data for statistical reporting and analysis only.
  2. Avoid any attempt to identify or contact individual(s) represented in the IBIS-PH query system data.
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  4. Avoid linkage of IBIS-PH query system data with other data that, after linkage, might allow identification of an individual represented in the IBIS-PH query system data.
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I understand that failure to adhere to the above stated agreement items will result in loss of access to DOH Internet databases, and I may be subject to legal penalties. Any use, release, or publication of health data contrary to the provisions stated is a class B misdemeanor, with subsequent violations being class A misdemeanors punishable by a fine of up to $5,000 per offense (Chapter 23, Title 26, Code Annotated). If I am a state government employee, this may be grounds for immediate dismissal.
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Content updated: Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:02:59 MDT