New indicator published! Maps and data now available for the School Funding Adequacy indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.***PREM***

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The school funding adequacy data for the year of 2019 are now available. Data were from the 2019 School Finance Indicators Database and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The average gap in dollars between actual and required spending per pupil among public school districts are reported for US counties and states over the report period.

New indicator published! Maps and data now available for the School Segregation Index indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.***PREM***

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The school segregation index data, which reports the extent to which students within different race and ethnicity groups are unevenly distributed across schools when compared with the racial and ethnic composition of the local population, are now available for the year of 2020-2021. Data were from the 2020-2021 National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The school segregation index are reported for US counties and states over the report period.

New maps and data now available for the Access to Mental Health Providers indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new access to mental health providers data for the year of 2021 are now available (replacing data for 2020). Data were from the 2021 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) National Provider Identifier (NPI) downloadable file and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. Rate of mental health care providers per 100,000 population are reported for US counties and states over the report period.

New indicator published! Maps and data now available for the Access to Exercise Opportunities indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.***PREM***

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The access to exercise opportunities data for the year of 2010&2021 are now available. Data were from the 2010&2021 Business Analyst, ESRI, YMCA & US Census Tigerline Files and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The percentage of individuals in a county who live reasonably close to a location for physical activity are reported for US counties and states over the report period.

New maps and data now available for the Access to Primary Care indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new access to primary care providers data for the year of 2019 are now available (replacing data for 2018). Data were from the 2019 Area Health Resources Files (AHRF) and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The rate of primary care physicians per 100,000 population are reported for US states and counties (data are suppressed for counties with population greater than 2,000 and 0 primary care physicians over the report period).

New maps and data now available for the Excessive Drinking indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new excessive drinking data for the year of 2019 are now available (replacing data for 2018). Data were from the 2019 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) annual survey and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. Percentage of adults self-reporting excessive drinking in the last 30 days are reported for US counties and states over the report period.

New maps and data now available for the Premature Death indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new three-year average premature death data for the years of 2018-2020 are now available (replacing data for 2017-2019). Data were from the National Center for Health Statistics – Mortality Files (2018-2020) and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The age-adjusted rate of potential life lost before age 75 per every 100,000 total population are reported for US states and counties with >= 20 deaths over the report period.

New maps and data now available for the Teen Births indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new seven-year average teen birth data for 2014-2020 are now available (replacing data for 2013-2019). Data were from the National Center for Health Statistics – Natality files and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The seven-year average number of births per 1,000 female population age 15-19 are reported for US states and counties with >= 10 teen births over the report period.

New maps and data now available for the Infant Mortality indicator from the 2022 County Health Rankings.

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The new seven-year average infant mortality data for 2014-2020 are now available (replacing data for 2013-2019). Data were from the National Center for Health Statistics – Mortality files and are used for the 2022 County Health Rankings. The seven-year average number of infant deaths per 1,000 live birth are reported for US states and counties with >= 20 teen births over the report period.