By: Ivanne Guevara Data Published on Tableau: https://public.tableau.com/views/MaternalandChildMortalityinTexas/Dashboard1 It is believed that as medicine advances, people live longer since doctors are able to prevent diseases and diagnose causes of death. Even though there have been many medical improvements in the past decade, mortality rates for mothers have actually increased in the past 10 years, according … Continue reading Maternal and Child Mortality Rises in Texas
By Katelyn Kenney It has come to light in recent years that Texas has a problem with women's healthcare, especially in regards to maternal mortality rates. The Texas Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force, in conjunction with the Texas Department of State Health Services, addressed the issue of usually high maternal mortality rates in their … Continue reading Maternal Mortality and Postpartum Depression
For this project I took data that displays the mortality rates among infants, neonatal, young children, and mothers. I am to compare these with causes of death in Texas regions in 2013. This will allow us to diagnose what health issues are associated with increasing maternal deaths. The data will help us answer the following … Continue reading Child/Maternal Mortality Outline
The focus of my project is the increased maternal morbidity rate in Texas and how it relates to the postpartum care mothers receive. I hope to discover correlations between specific demographics or Texas counties and high mortality rates. Introduction: I will include background research and existing literature to set the stage for my research. I … Continue reading Maternal Mortality Outline
CDC PRAMS 2011 The attached dataset comes from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System. This program has been surveying women on a state-by-state basis before, during, and after pregnancy in order to identify risk factors in mothers and infants since 1987. This particular spreadsheet contains data for 2011, and the … Continue reading Data: CDC PRAMS 2011
by Ivanne Guevara https://dshs.texas.gov/.../legislative/2016Reports/M3TFBiennialReport2016-7-15.pdf Mortality rates have risen in the past 10 years despite medical improvements, according to the 2014 Maternal Mortality and Mobidity Task Force Report. The data in this report comes from the Department of State Health Services from September 2014, so it is a raw and reliable source. While 2014 is not … Continue reading Data: Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force Report
by Emily Burleson Data home page: https://www.cms.gov/Research-Statistics-Data-and-Systems/Statistics-Trends-and-Reports/Medicare-Provider-Charge-Data/Part-D-Prescriber.html Map: http://ccw.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=ff927984d4764a46ba63af104d1a091b The data I'm referencing in this blog post is downloaded to my computer in a CSV file, but a link to the bigger data sets and mapping tool is above. It's coming from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which provides health insurance to … Continue reading Data: Medicaire Part D Opioid Prescription Mapping Tool
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