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February 27, 2007

National Center for Health Statistics

Data sets available from the National Center for Health Statistics include:

National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I, II, and III
National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
National Survey of Ambulatory Surgery
National Hospital Discharge Survey
National Nursing Home Survey
National Home and Hospice Care Survey
National Employer Health Insurance Survey
National Health Provider Inventory
National Health Interview Survey 1967-2005
National Immunization Survey
Longitudinal Study on Aging
National Survey of Family Growth
State and Local Area Integrated Telephone Survey
a. Health
b. Child Well-Being and Welfare, 1997
c. National Survey of Early Childhood Health
d. National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs
e. National Survey of Children's Health
f. National Asthma Survey
g. National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs
Vital Statistics
a. Birth
b. Mortality
c. Marriages and Divorces
d. Fetal Death
e. National Death Index

Linked Data
National Health Interview Survey with Mortality data 1986-2000
National Health Interview Survey with Medicare Enrollment and Claims data
1991-2000
National Health Interview Survey with Social Security Administration
Retirement, Survivors, and Disability Insurance data 1962-2003
National Health Interview Survey with Social Security Administration
Supplemental Security Income data 1974-2003
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I Epidemiologic Follow-up
Study with Mortality data 1971-2000
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I with Medicare Enrollment
and Claims data 1991-2000
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I with Social Security
Administration Retirement, Survivors, and Disability Insurance data
1962-2003
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I with Social Security
Administration Supplemental Security Income data 1974-2003
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey II with Mortality data
1976-2000
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey II with Medicare
utilization and expenditure data 1991-2000
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III with Mortality data
1988-2000
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III with Medicare
Enrollment and Claims data (CMS-1991-2000)
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III with Social Security
Administration Retirement, Survivors, and Disability Insurance data
1974-2003
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III with Social Security
Administration Supplemental Security Income data 1974-2003
Longitudinal Study of Aging II with Mortality data 1994-2002
Longitudinal Study of Aging II with Medicare Enrollment and Claims data
1991-2000
Longitudinal Study of Aging II with Social Security Administration
Retirement, Survivors, and Disability Insurance data 1962-2003
Longitudinal Study of Aging II with Social Security Administration
Supplemental Security Income data 1974-2003
1985 National Nursing Home Survey with Mortality data 1985-2002
1985 National Nursing Home Survey with Social Security Administration
Retirement, Survivors, and Disability Insurance data 1962-2003
1985 National Nursing Home Survey with Social Security Administration
Supplemental Security Income data 1974-2003

Posted by cthomsen at 03:10 PM

February 26, 2007

March 19 & 20, 2007: Faculty Presentation on Access to Census and Health Statistics Data

Faculty and graduate students with an interest in research using data at the U.S. Census Bureau and the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) are invited to participate in a presentation introducing the new data center to be opened by IRiSS. Stanford Professor Matt Snipp will be joined by UC Berkeley Professor Henry Brady, who is director of the California Census Research Data Center, and Andrew Hildreth, director of research at the Berkeley center. Snipp is on the board of scientific counselors for the NCHS and advisory committee for the Census Bureau. An overview of the kinds of confidential microdata available to the research community will be presented.

Sessions will be held on March 19 and 20. Contact IRiSS-info@stanford.edu for details.

Posted by cthomsen at 11:08 AM

Census and Health Statistics Data Sets

Faculty and graduate students with an interest in research using data at the U.S. Census Bureau and the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) are invited to participate in a presentation introducing the new data center to be opened by IRiSS. Stanford Professor Matt Snipp will be joined by UC Berkeley Professor Henry Brady, who is director of the California Census Research Data Center, and Andrew Hildreth, director of research at the Berkeley center. Snipp is on the board of scientific counselors for the NCHS and advisory committee for the Census Bureau. An overview of the kinds of confidential microdata available to the research community will be presented.

Sessions will be held on March 19 and 20. Contact IRiSS-info@stanford.edu for details.

For details please contact IRiSS-info@stanford.edu

Posted by cthomsen at 10:41 AM