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Many agencies, organizations, and foundations collect data related to the health and healthcare of US residents. The links below provide you with information about community health centers in Nevada and tips for using and understanding data.
Additionally, the sections from the Data Resource Library on the right direct you to data sources, reports, and mapping tools focused on population statistics, health indicators, access to health care, and community health centers.
Nevada Community Health Center Fact Sheet
Using Data 101
The amount of data collected and publicly available can be overwhelming. This document contains some helpful tips for understanding and using health data.
In a period of health system reform and safety net expansion, it is essential that health center organizations and partners have access to tools and data that can assist in evaluating the geographic reach, penetration, and growth of the Section 330-funded Health Center Programs.
The UDS Mapper is designed to help inform users about the current geographic extent of U.S. federally (Section 330)-funded Health Center Program (HCP) Grantees, and was largely designed from algorithms and reporting methods developed by John Snow, Inc. for BPHC-requested service area analyses.
- HRSA project officers
- Primary Care Associations and State Primary Care Offices
- Health Center Program Grantees and FQHC Look-Alikes
- Prospective Health Center Program Grantees and FQHC Look-Alikes
- Other policy makers and planners (state and local)
- Staff from other types of health centers
The UDS Mapper is available via the following link: www.udsmapper.org/index.cfm