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State Data Part 2

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Thread Starter 
At some point in time I think we will be able to create a thread which breaks down each state into important data that we have all figured out... but for right now as most of you know I have kind of tried to put together a thread of some help...


first of all be sure and check out this thread...for some state data if you don't find what you are looking for here:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...threadid=65918


nemmer added this by the way..

http://www.immunize.org/states/index.htm

this is suppose to have state by state stuff..




but anyway, here is the list that I have compiled until we get that other thread up and running..

Basic all state notes


Suschi’s exemption list:

I have been collecting exemption info state by state over the years to help others that were asking about their particular state. I must have over 6000 bookmarks for vaccine info, and have the state info fairly organized. After reading your post, I thought I would put together a web page (as web illiterate as I am) that has the state info. I haven't finished yet, but it will include exemptions for many states, not all, as well as helpful state specific sites. Here's what I have so far...
http://pages.ivillage.com/suschi/va...exemption_info/

New site with current STATE by STATE info, still in progress


Cool link for all the states

Okay.... I got a guy to help me today....

Here is the deal, if you don't like the stats from your state... meaning you want more details or more current info than your state has...

go to t his website.....here's the data


I spoke to a doctor at the CDC today.... he told me that at the end of the MMW report it lists the cumulative report for all diseases. It is pretty interesting. It breaks it down to states.

anyway, here it goes, take a look the current issue.


http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/mmwr_wk.html

and he said:

If you want to know total reported numbers for a given year, go to the MMWR for the last week of December of that year and check out the tables at the end. Here is the link for that for 2002, but it mayu not come through, so you may have to search it from the general MMWR site.

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/PDF/wk/mm5150.pdf
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ALABAMA

Awaiting any stat input from anyone.


Alabama thread

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...threadid=60236


Alabama thread
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=alabama


Alaska info:

Epidemiology Bulletins - seems to be news bulletins that you can browse by alphabetical order.
http://www.epi.hss.state.ak.us/bulletins/bullidx.asp

Disease Report, starts about page 3:
http://www.epi.hss.state.ak.us/bull...s/rr2002_06.pdf
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Arkansas
stats for 2003/2002


I called the epidimeology department. They were going to fax me the list, unfortunately, my fax was out of paper and I didn't know it. If I get it I'll edit this posting.

But in the meantime anyone needed Ark stats should call

501 661-2893 and have them fax it to you
discussion about Ark exemption issues
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=arkansas


ARIZONA

Arizona link to reportable diseases.

Up to 2001


http://www.hs.state.az.us/phs/oids/stats/index.htm

http://www.hs.state.az.us/plan/ohpes.htm


California Stuff

Here is some data I would like to present.



San Diego County reportable diseases 1993-2003

http://www2.sdcounty.ca.gov/hhsa/doc...ummary2004.pdf

http://www2.sdcounty.ca.gov/hhsa/Doc...cumentTypeID=5

here is los angeles county communicable disease report

http://lapublichealth.org/wwwfiles/p...CDC_annual.pdf

california disease report:


Here is the california link: Note since 1999 these are incidents in people under 30 (I noted that * at the bottom of the report)


click on April 2003

http://www.dhs.cahwnet.gov/ps/dcdc/html/cdtables.htm

it seems it is updated regularly.



Colorado

Colorado disease reports. The link at this site for the newest report wasn't working right, but there is some other useful info there.

http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/dc/dcnew.asp

This link will bring you right to the report for "vaccine-preventable" diseases thru 1999, at least.

http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/dc/Epi...entable2001.pdf


More discussion about Colorado
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=colorado

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=Montana


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=Montana





CONNECTICUT
Awaiting any input from anyone


Other Connecticut discussion

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ht=connecticut

more ct discussion

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=georgia



DELAWARE
Awaiting any input from anyone


FLORIDA STATS (suschi)

http://www9.myflorida.com/planning_...tats/index.html

The PHIDS system allows you to access current public health indicator data. Just choose the indicator, type of report desired and year to create your own custom reports.

For exemptions acceptable by state, go here,

http://pages.ivillage.com/suschi/va...n_info/id1.html

I'm still working on the page, so if you have any state info links, please send them my way.

Florida discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=florida

more florida discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=florida



GEORGIA
Awaiting input from anyone

Georgia discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=georgia


more Georgia discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=georgia

HAWAII

mahalo.

http://www.hawaii.gov/health/resource/comm_dis/cdr.html
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Idaho stats.

http://www2.state.id.us/dhw/vital_stats/vsarmenu.html

go to idaho health and safety assessment.
go to around page 10.

you'll probably have to hit the magnified glass on the page to get bigger text.


Idaho discussion

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ighlight=idaho



Illinois


Here's Illinois. I think it goes up to 2001


http://www.idph.state.il.us/a-zlist.htm

go to that link above and click on infectious diseases..you should get a list...

for more

Illinois discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=illinois



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Indiana stats.

goes up to 2000

http://www.in.gov/isdh/dataandstats.../2000/idtoc.htm
More Indiana discussion:
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=indiana
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=indiana
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...threadid=69494

Iowa

Go to reportable diseases by decade.

http://www.idph.state.ia.us/eedo/cade.asp
More discussion:
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...highlight=iowa



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kansas stats

http://www.kdhe.state.ks.us/epi/Mon...e_Diseases.html
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KENTUCKY
Awaiting input from anyone.




Louisiana Stats



http://oph.dhh.state.la.us/infectio...5.html?page=109
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MAINE
AWAITING INPUT FROM ANYONE
More Maine discussion:
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ighlight=maine
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ighlight=maine






MARYLAND
Awaiting input from anyone.
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=maryland

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=maryland




Massachusetts
Awaiting input from anyone

More Massachusetts discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...=Massachusetts

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...=Massachusetts





Michigan
Awaiting input from anyone

Minnesota
Here are the Minnesota stats for 2002.

they sent them to me.
for more info call the state health info line


612-676-5654 ask for valerie




AMEBIASIS | 4
ASEPTIC MENINGITIS | 159
BABESIOSIS | 7
BACTERIAL MENINGITIS - OTHER | 9
BRUCELLOSIS | 1
CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS | 941 CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS | 206
DENGUE FEVER | 3
EHEC, O157:H7 | 163
EHEC, SEROGROUP NON-O157| 29
EHRLICHIOSIS HUMAN GRANULOCYTIC | 149
EHRLICHIOSIS HUMAN MONOCYTIC | 4
ENCEPHALITIS, CALIF SEROGROUP VIRAL | 13
ENCEPHALITIS, WEST NILE | 17
FLU ACTIVITY | 24
GIARDIASIS | 982
H. INFLUENZAE, INVASIVE DISEASE | 52
HANSEN DISEASE (LEPROSY) | 1
HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYND. | 11
HEPATITIS A | 53
HEPATITIS B | 52
HEPATITIS B, VIRUS INF PERINATAL | 6
HEPATITIS C | 14
KAWASAKI DISEASE | 4
LEGIONELLOSIS | 18
LISTERIOSIS | 4
LYME DISEASE | 867
MALARIA | 31
MEASLES | 2
MUMPS | 5
N. MENINGITIDIS, INVASIVE DISEASE | 36
PERTUSSIS | 429
Q FEVER | 1
RABIES, ANIMAL-NEGATIVE | 2296
RABIES, ANIMAL-POSITIVE | 47
RHEUMATIC FEVER | 3
ROCKY MTN. SPOTTED FEVER | 1
S. PNEUMONIAE, DRUG-RESIST. INVAS. | 373
S. PNEUMONIAE, INVASIVE DISEASE | 70
SALMONELLOSIS | 591
SHIGELLOSIS | 222
STREP GROUP A INVASIVE DISEASE | 147
STREP GROUP B INVASIVE DISEASE | 311
TOXIC SHOCK SYNDROME | 10
TULAREMIA | 1
TYPHOID FEVER | 4
VIBRIO PARAHAEMOLYTICUS | 2
VIBRIO SPP., NON-TOX, OTHER OR UNSP | 3
WEST NILE FEVER | 31
YERSINIOSIS | 19
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http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ight=Minnesota
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ight=Minnesota
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...north+carolina


Mississippi
Awaiting input from anyone

More Mississippi discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ht=Mississippi


Missouri

http://www.dhss.state.mo.us/CommDis/CDReports.htm

Missouri discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=Missouri



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Montana.

click on disease summary. Goes to 2001.

http://www.dphhs.state.mt.us/hpsd/p...mmdis/stats.htm
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=Montana
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=montana



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Nebraska

They faxed me the recent stats for 2002.

you can call them and have them fax it to you.
Nebraska Health and Human Services System
Communicable Disease Surveillance
402-471-6450 phone (ask for dennis)


in the meantime here are some of the stats for 2002.
They list a lot of them, like lyme, legionaires...etc. for all of the stats call for a fax

here are the ones that might be pertinent to these vax discussions:

hep b 29 cases
hep/ carrier b 178 cases
meaning inf 18 cases
mumps 3 cases
pertussis 13 cases
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New Hampshire
Awaiting input from anyone

More discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...=new+hampshire



New Jersey
Awaiting input from anyone

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey




New Mexico
Sorry. I thought I covered this one, but I missed it. Awaiting input from anyone

More new mexico discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+mexico




New York
Awaiting more input from anyone.

Exemptions discussions

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...threadid=67246

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey


Nevada


Here is a link for Nevada

It goes to 1999.

at least it is a start.

This is the html version of the file http://health2k.state.nv.us/disease...s/5yrstats.pdf.




North Carolina
Awaiting input from anyone

North Dakota

What a nice state, by the way.

And they have their stats in such an easy to ready manner and are very thorough. Wish I could say the same for the other states.

http://www.health.state.nd.us/disease/WeeklyUpdates.htm
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Ohio
Awaiting input from anyone

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...highlight=ohio

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...highlight=ohio


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...highlight=ohio



Oklahoma



Oklahoma City and Oklahoma County stats

http://www.cchdoc.com/Epi/Epi.htm

for other county health departments:

http://www.state.ok.us/?c=6&sc=72
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Oregon
here is a link for oregon stats on diseases.

It is up to 2001 as of this posting.


http://www.dhs.state.or.us/publichea...ex.cfm#reports

if for some reason it clicks you to a page that doesn't have the report ...on that 'error' page it will have a link on there to the public health general page... go there and then look for public health, then communicable diseases...

more discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ghlight=oregon




Pennsylvania


just put a call into the epidimeology dept for Penn..I left word asking for the link to the disease roport or have them fax it to me.
When I hear back from them I'll post.

However, state departments can be notoriously slow to return out of state calls....my experience. So, if I don't hear back I suggest you call them

(717)783-4677

tell them you are looking for the annual report whatever the latest one they have...that indicates that there were 3 cases of measles, 2 cases of rubella, 4 cases of tetanus... whatever.. I always give them an example so that they will send me the right report or link to the right report.


by the way,here is a small penn thread that may or may not be of interest.




http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...t=Pennsylvania



Rhode Island

http://www.access1.net/via/STATES/req-ri.htm

We're easy,you just ask for the form from the school nurse and sign for a religious exemption.

SOUTH CAROLINA

(mom2tig99Nroo03 notes


in the year 2000 the top 10 leading causes of death in my area were :

heart disease (212)
cancer(209)
stroke(62)
accidents(47)
chronic lower resp.(36)
alzheimer(21)
diabetes(19)
pneu. and influ.(14)
septicemia(11)
chronic liver disease & cirrhosis(7)

this is the crude mortality rate (per 100,000)
source is dhec biostatistics


more discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...south+carolina


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...south+carolina

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...545#post665545



SOUTH DAKOTA
s. d. stats.


http://www.state.sd.us/doh/Disease/idmap.htm
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Tennessee


Tenn Stats

http://www2.state.tn.us/health/CEDS/notifiable.htm

more discussion:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ight=Tennessee


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ight=Tennessee


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ight=Tennessee



Stuff for Texas & Dallas County- (Amnesiac)

Vax rates:
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5130a2.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/docs/phrsum3.pdf
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/tis.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pbsc0102.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pbsc0001.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pbsc9900.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pbsc9899.htm


10 year trend for reportable diseases (from the most recent reports available online):
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht169.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht170.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/vpd_10yr.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pert_aware.htm


Most recent year available online by month of onset:
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht171.htm

Number of cases by age group, then rate by age group:
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht172.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht173.htm

Number of cases & rates per public health region(we're in region 3. Here's a map of all regions in case you're interested-http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/ideas/maps/maps.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht174.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...orts/cht175.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/vpdphr.htm


Selected "VPDs" by county in region 3:
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...es/phr3_vpd.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio...es/phr3_hep.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemi....her.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/epidemio.../phr3_other.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize.../vpdphr3_00.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pert_texas.htm
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/ideas/factsht/flu02.htm


Pertussis incidence & fatality rates since 1920:
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/pert_1920.htm

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Expected number of doses of each vax by age:
http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/immunize/docs/vacreqen.htm

Exemptions from vaccinating (keep ypur fingers crossed Gov Perry signs the consciencious exemption just passed):
http://www.vaccineinfo.net/txrequir...equirements.htm

ImmTrac registry:
http://www.vaccineinfo.net/txregist...romregistry.htm
http://www.vaccineinfo.net/txregistry/outline.htm
Last edited by amnesiac on 06-11-2003 at 09:45 PM

Here is another link for more texas stuff. The topic was exemptions:

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sh...&threadid=67929


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia




UTAH

follow the links for final reports...

it seems to be up to 2001.

http://health.utah.gov/els/epidemio...pt01/index.html

VERMONT
here is the link to the number of cases of diseases in vermont:


http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/pphb-dgspsp/...03/02-2003e.pdf
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=vermont


http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...hlight=vermont

Virginia data:

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/epi_news/vebjan03.pdf

More Virginia discussion
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=colorado
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia


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West Virginia

awaiting in put from anyone


more west Virginia discussion:
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...light=virginia



Wisconsin
Awaiting input from anyone


Washington dc

http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ght=new+jersey




Washington State

Nice seattle information thread
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sh...&threadid=61699
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Here is a link for PIerce County Washington disease stats.

http://www.tpchd.org/cdc/CDCEP.html

go to the statistics section, it will be a real player download

I found this for thurston county, washington.

It is for 2000.

http://www.tpchd.org/cdc/NewsArchiv.../august2000.pdf

(look at the bottom of the page)

more Washington stuff:
http://216.92.20.151/discussions/sho...ht=no+more+vax




Wyoming

Wyoming did not have anything online but the department of epidimelogy faxed me. You can call them for a fax at 307 777-3593

by the way the fax also breaks it down in counties.

but here is the pert data for 2002 for the whole state:

chicken pox: 15 cases
hep b acute19
hep b carrier 7
viral meningitis 7
pertussis 11
TB 3
haemophilus influenza (invasive) 1

no indicaton of measles anywhere and some of the other vax diseases
post #2 of 5
Thread Starter 
by the way, the county and state links frequently change and some times the link will fall apart but what I have noticed is that it will still get you to the general page...you can usually poke around on that thread and find 'infectious disease' report.
let me know if you need help.
post #3 of 5
Tracy, I just came accross this old post from last year. Could you give us some updates on it. Some of the links do not work. This is a lot of info that maybe should be made into a sticky.

Thanks,
~~mountaincaats~~
post #4 of 5
Tracy - thank you !


awesome info
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
CArla,

Please archive this thread.... It is not as good as my other state thread but I will come back to this one and clean it up and help it along...

and if anyone can help, it would be so appreciated....

tracy
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