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Michigan State University

Health Data & Statistics Research Guide: Michigan

Michigan Health Statistics

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Stats of the States for Michigan
Look here for FastStats on Michigan and related links.

National Center for Health Statistics - State Profiles

Kaiser Family Foundation

State Health Facts
Tables available on demographics and the economy, health cost and budgets, health coverage and uninsured, health status, HIV/AIDS, managed care and health insurance, Medicaid and CHIP, Medicare, minority health, providers and service use and women's health.  State comparison options available.

Michigan Department of Community Health

Statistics and Reports
This page from the Michigan Department of Community Health includes information on vital statistics, community health statistics, communicable diseases, cancer statistics, health care statistics, population trends, birth defects, and other published reports and surveys.

Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology
Publications, reports and presentations on maternal and child health topics, many with statistical tables.  The MCH Databook provides county profiles from 1996-2005.

Michigan Critical Health Indicators
This report describes Michigan's health and well-being and establishes a method for monitoring improvement.  The report is organized by 17 specific health topics, and their 42 related measures or indicators.

Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity

Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration - Recordkeeping & Statistics
Scroll down to find reports on occupational injury and illness data and occupational injury and illness fatalities.

Michigan State University Occupational & Environmental Medicine - Occupational Illness Annual Reports
MSU contracts with MDELEG to handle reports of occupational disease.  Annual reports cover general occupational disease, silicosis, work-related asthma, noise-induced hearing loss, blood lead levels, work related fatalities, asthma deaths, pesticides, heavy metals and amputations.