Public Health Data Warehouse (PHD)

PHD is a unique surveillance and research tool that provides access to timely, linked, multi-year data to enable analyses of health priorities and trends, such as the current opioid epidemic and persistent inequities in maternal and child health.

The Department of Public Health created the PHD in 2017, in an unprecedented effort to link many data sets across state government to effectively address public health priorities, with an initial focus on opioid overdoses. Public and private partnerships help the Office of Population Health identify and answer key questions to inform public health responses and policymaking.

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