Missouri ZIP Code Health Rankings

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Missouri ZIP Code Health Rankings

Stephen Njenga, Director of Performance Measurement

Compliance

June

20, 2018

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ZIP Code Health Rankings

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ExploreMOhealth Platform

Launched — March 21, 2018

Designed to inform Community Health Needs Assessments with unique and meaningful data sources:

County-level data from the Missouri Foundation for Health’s County-Level StudyZIP Code-level data from the Hospital Industry Data Institute and Washington University School of Medicine’s Missouri ZIP Health Rankings ProjectOpen to public

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Focus

Primary data

Secondary data

Public health expertise

Service strengths

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Comparative Results: County to ZIP Code

Sub-County Variation:

Approximately half of the variation in derived health factors and outcomes scores observed at the ZIP code level

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Sub-County Variation: Examples

Franklin County, Missouri

ZIP Ranking Range: 158 to 828 (of 976)

St. Louis City & County, Missouri

ZIP Ranking Range: 2 to 964 (of 976)

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Community Health Models

Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child

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Navigation and Resources

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Missouri Health Atlas

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Chronic Condition Explorer

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Spotlight on ZIP Health

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Surgically Targeted Strategic Success

Formula:

[Action]

[health issue] among

[specific population] residing

in

[

ZIP codes]

of

[specific region]

from

[x]

to

[y] by

[date]. Provide tobacco cessation and substance-use treatment programs for pregnant teenagers in 63113 of St. Louis to reduce use from x to y by 2020.Increase access to healthy food for pregnant teenagers in 63113 of St. Louis through twice-weekly foodbank programs by 2018.

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The Missing Link - Collaboration

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Navigating the Platform

Live

Demo

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Stephen

Njenga, MPH, MHA, CPHQ, CPPS

Director of Performance Measurement Compliance

Missouri Hospital Associationsnjenga@mhanet.com573/893-3700, ext. 1325

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