Data and Surveys Available
The DRC website includes data on hundreds of child health indicators made available in a variety of formats. Information is available on physical health, emotional health, specific conditions, health insurance, quality of care, and a variety of other topics detailed below.
Surveys We have data on a variety of health topics across 5 different surveys: To learn more about the differences between these surveys, visit our Survey Metadata page for an overview of the methods, focus areas, populations sampled, and types of regions and sub-groups available for each survey.
For a quick overview of the hundreds of key child health topics and indicators available by survey, click on our content maps below to view and download visual depictions of our key indicators.
The DRC provides data on a wide range of topics, including:
- Physical and mental health, wellbeing
- CSHCN and specific health conditions
- Family health and activities and community context
- Health insurance and quality care
- Autism and related conditions, functional difficulties, receipt of health care etc.
- The DRC also provides special topic pages and portals to additional information on key areas affecting children’s health.
- Use of complementary and alternative medicine for treatment of health conditions
Special Topics The DRC also provides special topic pages and portals to additional information on key areas affecting children’s health.
We have nationally representative data that is available for the following geographic areas:
Geographic Level of Data
- Nationwide (available for all surveys)
- 50 States and DC (available for NSCH, NS-CSHCN and NHIS pooled years)
- HRSA regions (available for NSCH and NS-CSHCN surveys)
- Learn more about HRSA regions by visiting our FAQ page
- Census regions (available for NHIS-CAM, Pathways, and NHIS-Child surveys)
Due to sample size and confidentiality restrictions, the surveys on the DRC website do not have data for the following regions: county, city, zip codes. We do have guidance for using the DRC data to construct synthetic local estimates.
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