Tools for measuring healthcare quality, including the National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports, AHRQ Quality Indicators, and ambulatory clinical performance measures.
- Blacks experiencing fast-rising rates of overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids other than methadone,
- Racial disparities in the percentage of hemodialysis patients with low hemoglobin levels,
American Indians and Alaska Natives, and
- Ongoing disparities in infant mortality and low birth weight.
Data Query is an interactive tool that allows you to access national and State data from the National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports. You can search for data or trends based on particular subject areas, topics, or measures.
Cancer disparities happen when there are higher rates of new cancer diagnoses and/or cancer deaths between population groups. These can include different racial/ethnic, sex, age, and socioeconomic groups.
Minority Health SVI uses data from the United States Census Bureau and other public sources to help identify communities that may need support before, during, and after disasters, with a focus on minority racial, ethnic, and language groups as well as medical vulnerability.
The OPTN's secure transplant information database contains all national data on the candidate waiting list, organ donation and matching, and transplantation. A good starting point to understand disparity issues in organ transplant.