- State and County Rankings
- America's Health
- Sedentary Lifestyle
- Celebrating Public Health Professionals
- Obesity in America
- Smoking in America
Almost every day, there are new indicators, indices and rankings of health, healthcare and well-being being published. But how do these relate together? “Working together” shows how three of the major compilations, all relying on sound public data that is collected and reviewed by public health professionals, can be used with each other. The “crosswalk” shows how metrics within Healthy People 2020, America’s Health Rankings, and County Health Rankings and Roadmaps can be used together to learn more about our country, our states and our counties, respectively.
TEMPLATES AND TOOLS
Choose from a library of PowerPoint slides that contain relevant subject matter and download for your specific needs.
Want to see how each state stacks up? Compare and contrast each state as you scroll through the complete list of rankings for calendar year 2012.
Discover other helpful tools such as state-specific Infographics and four-page profiles that summarize trends over time.
We can all work together to improve our nation’s health. Here are a few websites, articles and tools to help you get started.
Individuals who have gone above and beyond to improve the health of our states - as nominated by their peers.
Take the 2012 report with you by downloading the free eBook from the iTunes store. Download here.
View a replay of the 2012 America's Health Rankings press conference held at the Newseum on Tuesday, December 11, 2012.
See how all the states are ranked in terms of specific health measures. You can also view yearly results, state comparisons and more.