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Community Health Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators: 2008 - 2012

Row numberCounty NameCounty CodeRegion NameIndicator NumberIndicatorTotal Event CountsDenominatorDenominator NoteMeasure UnitPercentage/Rate95% CIData CommentsData YearsData SourcesQuartileMapping DistributionLocation
401Clinton9Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0003081897Average annual populationRate10.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(44.731944°, -73.548883°)
402Columbia10Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0002062421Average annual populationRate7.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(42.276913°, -73.682168°)
403Delaware12Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001347018Average annual populationRate6.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(42.242972°, -74.997944°)
404Essex15Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001438746Average annual populationRate8.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(44.166026°, -73.685145°)
405Franklin16Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001851141Average annual populationRate9.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(44.705699°, -74.340621°)
406Fulton17Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0002055255Average annual populationRate9.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(43.06014°, -74.331296°)
407Greene19Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0002349041Average annual populationRate12.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(42.298326°, -73.973376°)
408Hamilton20Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0004851Average annual populationRate30.1Unstable Estimate2009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(43.618468°, -74.395268°)
409Montgomery27Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001649584Average annual populationRate9.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(42.933637°, -74.341972°)
410Otsego36Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001761926Average annual populationRate7.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(42.564852°, -75.060334°)
411Rensselaer38Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00059158122Average annual populationRate10.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(42.70098°, -73.628669°)
412Saratoga41Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00055220186Average annual populationRate7.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(43.00894°, -73.786779°)
413Schenectady42Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00044153985Average annual populationRate7.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.809233°, -73.946838°)
414Schoharie43Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00032285Average annual populationRate7.9Unstable Estimate2009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.643426°, -74.434606°)
415Warren52Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001865853Average annual populationRate6.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(43.403024°, -73.716044°)
416Washington53Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001863045Average annual populationRate8.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(43.289513°, -73.454761°)
417Northeastern New York105Northeastern New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0004721497372Average annual populationRate8.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
418Allegany2Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001448960Average annual populationRate8.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.226801°, -78.020567°)
419Cattaraugus4Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0003679946Average annual populationRate12.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20139.0 + : Q43(42.224267°, -78.606673°)
420Chautauqua6Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00042134259Average annual populationRate8.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.246904°, -79.315313°)
421Erie14Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,000267915438Average annual populationRate8.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.888143°, -78.795544°)
422Genesee18Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00059313Average annual populationRate3.2Unstable Estimate2009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(43.000121°, -78.172679°)
423Niagara29Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00065215679Average annual populationRate7.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(43.134634°, -78.856419°)
424Orleans34Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,00042519Average annual populationRate4.8Unstable Estimate2009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 7.8 : Q1 & Q21(43.248394°, -78.218438°)
425Wyoming56Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0001341832Average annual populationRate8.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20137.8 - < 9.0 : Q32(42.723641°, -78.204473°)
426Western New York101Western New Yorkd21aAge-adjusted cirrhosis mortality rate per 100,0004511537947Average annual populationRate8.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
427Cayuga5Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0004679763Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.940095°, -76.560755°)
428Cortland11Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0002848898Average annual populationRate19.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.597101°, -76.143291°)
429Herkimer21Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0004063638Average annual populationRate21.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.070026°, -74.994246°)
430Jefferson22Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,00058117619Average annual populationRate16.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(44.019295°, -75.898971°)
431Lewis23Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0003026772Average annual populationRate37.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(43.785537°, -75.446296°)
432Madison25Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0003572254Average annual populationRate16.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.986917°, -75.720031°)
433Oneida30Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000168233403Average annual populationRate24.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.149482°, -75.361773°)
434Onondaga31Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000267462913Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.065629°, -76.168033°)
435Oswego35Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,00069121905Average annual populationRate18.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.39123°, -76.31133°)
436St. Lawrence40Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,00076111116Average annual populationRate22.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(44.689468°, -75.242045°)
437Tompkins50Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,00034101689Average annual populationRate11.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.461024°, -76.478784°)
438Central New York103Central New Yorkd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0008511439971Average annual populationRate19.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
439Chemung7Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0005288667Average annual populationRate19.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.116644°, -76.812331°)
440Livingston24Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0003364445Average annual populationRate17.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.763754°, -77.765392°)
441Monroe26Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000296741224Average annual populationRate13.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.161748°, -77.620143°)
442Ontario32Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,00066107369Average annual populationRate20.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.894571°, -77.252045°)
443Schuyler44Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0002918475Average annual populationRate52.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(42.38593°, -76.872032°)
444Seneca45Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0002334833Average annual populationRate22.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.833627°, -76.82753°)
445Steuben46Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0006798192Average annual populationRate22.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.270053°, -77.324618°)
446Wayne54Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0007192833Average annual populationRate25.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.144336°, -77.117995°)
447Yates57Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0001225095Average annual populationRate15.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.634338°, -77.078311°)
448Finger Lakes102Finger Lakesd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,0006491271131Average annual populationRate17.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
449Dutchess13Hudson Valleyd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000129296350Average annual populationRate14.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.686216°, -73.840468°)
450Orange33Hudson Valleyd22Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000145377072Average annual populationRate12.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.422459°, -74.241929°)

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created Nov 27, 2013

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This subset of the community health indicator report data will not be updated. A dataset containing all of the community health indicators is now available. To view the latest community health obesity and diabetes related indicators, go to: https://health.data.ny.gov/Health/Community-Health-Indicator-Reports-CHIRS-Latest-Da/54ci-sdfi. This Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators dataset provides a subset of data (40 indicators) for the two topics: Obesity and Diabetes. The dataset includes percentage or rate for Cirrhosis/Diabetes and Obesity and Related Indicators, where available, for all counties, regions and state. New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS) were developed in 2012, and annually updated to provide data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data for all counties, regions and state are presented in table format with links to trend graphs and maps (http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/chac/indicators/). Most recent county and state level data are provided. Multiple year combined data offers stable estimates for the burden and risk factors for these two health topics. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/chac/indicators/ or go to the “About” tab.

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