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Query Builder for Mortality Comparability Modified Query Module for Utah Counties and Local Health Districts - Crude Rates, Deaths Per 100,000 Population

Overview

The mortality data in this IBIS-Q query module have been derived from death certificates in participation with the National Vital Statistics System, and are maintained and provided by the Utah Department of Health, Office of Vital Records. They include virtually all deaths of Utah residents, regardless of where the death occurred. The causes of death were coded using International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes. The population estimates for years 1980-1999 were produced by the Utah Governor's Office of Planning and Budget (GOPB). For years 2000 and later the population estimates are provided by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) through a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau.

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.
  • What year grouping do you want to select? Default is single years, most recent year.






  • First choose a coding scheme to use for causes of death. Default is all NCHS-50 causes.

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












  • Would you like to include only males or only females in the results? Default includes both sexes.


  • First choose a geography type. Default is all Utah residents, regardless of place of death.

To display a map, you must select Geographic Area in Display By (category) and None in Group By (series)
The data and information provided through the IBIS-PH Query System are intended to support any individuals or entities engaged in activities designed solely to enhance the well-being of a specific community, which may include the State. Activities include informing evidence-based decision making in the State to plan and improve health service delivery, evaluate health care interventions and systems, and inform health policy decisions. Other uses are not permissible.

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.
  3. Avoid disclosure or use of the identity of any individual(s) discovered inadvertently.
  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.
  5. Use appropriate safeguards to prevent the inappropriate use or disclosure of individual(s) represented in the data, including when disclosing IBIS-PH Query System data to others.
  6. Report IMMEDIATELY any inadvertent or intentional identity disclosures or violations of this agreement of which I become aware to the Director of the Center for Public Health Data, Department of Health.

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: Fri, 26 May 2017 13:36:01 MDT