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NEW!  Asthma's Impact on Indiana [Infographic]

Click here for the first infographic on asthma in Indiana. Click here for a printable 11x17 version.

Asthma Data and Reports

Asthma in Indiana Slide Library, January 2014  

Includes recent data on asthma in Indiana and has been developed as a resource for those working on asthma in the state.

Fact Sheets

2013 Indiana Asthma Fact Sheet                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The latest information about asthma in Indiana.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Minority Health and Asthma Fact Sheet                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Provides information on asthma burden and management in Indiana's minority populations.  

Healthy People 2020 Indiana Brief: Asthma Update

A brief update on Healthy People 2020 asthma objectives in Indiana adults aged 65 and older.

Asthma and Women Fact Sheet

A  fact sheet on how asthma affects women.

Healthy People 2020 Indiana Brief: COPD

An update on Healthy People 2020 chronic obstructive pulmonary disease objectives in Indiana. 

Asthma and the Flu Fact Sheet

Information on flu prevention.

2012 Asthma Fact Sheet

Information about asthma in Indiana.

2011 CDC - Asthma in Indiana

This CDC fact sheet shows Indiana asthma data

Work-Related Asthma

Estimates show that up to 15% of asthma cases have job-related factors. This document provides more information on work-related or occupational asthma and ways to reduce asthma triggers in the workplace.

Data Request Form

To request data from the Chronic Respiratory Disease Section, please fill out this form and return to CThomaskutty@isdh.IN.gov

Data

2012 Age-Adjusted Emergency Department Visit and Hospitalization  Rates by County

2008-2012 Age-Specific Child (5-17 years) Emergency Department Visit and Hospitalization Rates by County

2011 Age-Adjusted Emergency Department Visit and Hospitalization Rates by County

2007-2011 Age-Specific Child (5-17 years) Emergency Department Visit and Hospitalization Rates by County

Reports

Indiana Plan to Improve Asthma Outcomes

The current State Plan

2011 Burden Report

This report describes the burden of asthma in Indiana.

 

Indiana Statewide Asthma Conference Presentation

This presentation, Asthma Triggers and Avoidable Behaviors among Indiana Children with Current Asthma, was presented at the Indiana Statewide Asthma Conference in May 2013.The presentation includes data on the number of asthma triggers in Indiana households and provides support for home visits. To access the powerpoint slides click here.

Additional Information

Indiana INdicators

Indiana INdicators provides the most current Indiana health-related data at the state and county level. The Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Hospital Association have together taken the lead in this endeavor, continuing to reach out and help communities and their hospitals obtain the metrics they need to monitor and evaluate health.

Community Health Status Indicators (CHIS)

A web-based tool designed to provide access to county health status profiles for use in improving community health. 

County Health Rankings and Roadmaps

The University of Wisconsin's Public Health Institute and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a program designed to help communities be healthier by focusing on specific factors that infulence health in nearly every county in all 50 states.