Community Snapshot for State of Utah Local Health District - Environmental Health
OverviewThis Community Snapshot Report by local health district provides information for the selected Utah local health district indicated above. It also provides confidence intervals for the measures included, and the Utah and U.S. values of the same measures when they are available. This report only includes Indicators that include a graphical view by local health district.
Clicking on the highlighted, hypertext indicator name in the table will take you to the online indicator report page for that measure.
Environmental Public HealthThe Community Snapshot Report below includes information from a group of Indicators that present data about behaviors related to health and illness. The measures can either help to promote health or conversely can lead to illness. Only those measures that are reported in an Indicator and have a graphical view by the selected community can be included in this summary report.
|Indicator||Community Data||Comparison Values|
Key to Symbols
|*||For information on confidence intervals, see http://health.utah.gov/opha/IBIShelp/ConfInts.pdf.|
|The community is performing BETTER than the state, and the difference is statistically significant.|
|The community value is the same or ABOUT THE SAME as the state. Differences are not statistically significant.|
|The community is performing WORSE than the state, and the difference is statistically significant.|
|--||Either the comparison value or confidence interval data are not available.|
|n/a||Not Applicable: This indicator has no target direction.|
The community value is considered statistically significantly different from the state value if the state value is outside the range of the community's 95% confidence interval. If the community's data or 95% confidence interval information is not available, a blank image will be displayed with the message, "missing information."
|NOTE: In this report, the assessment of whether a community is better or worse is based solely on the statistical difference between the community and state values. When selecting priority health issues to work on, a community should take into account additional factors such as how much improvement could be made, the U.S. value, the statistical stability of the community number, the severity of the health condition, and whether the difference is clinically significant.|